Shelby Cobra Sebring Edition: limited Edition with the colors of war of the '60s


New Shelby Cobra Sebring Edition.

The new Shelby Mustang will not be the only novelty that this Shelby American in the next few days. This same weekend and also in the same premises of the auction Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, Shelby and Superformance will be the new Shelby Cobra Sebring Limited Edition.

In total will be up to four new Shelby Cobra limited edition, each one of them commemorating the victories of the brand in competition, including those obtained in the circuit of Sebring. These are exact replicas of the vehicles piloted by Ken Miles, Dan Gurney, Allen Grant, and Dave MacDonald between 1963 and 1964.

will Be only made 15 copies in total, of which only 2 will have the bodywork in aluminum, as the original, while the other 13 will have body made of fiber glass. These are not given in format kit-car, but as complete projects, finished and key in hand, thanks to the new law that allows the united States to manufacture small series of vehicles.


Livery used by Dave MacDonald in the sixties with the Cobra.

The vehicles will have a number of frame with the coding of Shelby, CSX, and all of them have the same mechanical specifications, a motor V8 441 CV (435 hp). The price of each one of these copies at the moment has not been revealed, but taking into account where you are going to be presented, we doubt that before the Sunday is available.

The project has been performed in cooperation with the firm swiss watch Baume & Mercier, so that each of the 15 customers to you receive with your Cobra Sebring Edition with a commemorative watch with the specific number of chassis CSX of your Cobra.

models come in 4 different livery. In red we find the
referring to the model employed by Ken miles with the number 16, the exemplary
black in color with yellow stripes and the number 15 corresponds with
Dan Gurney, while the second is available in black color, with
the dorsal 198, corresponds with the Dave MacDonald. Finally, the
yellow belongs to the employed Allen Grant, with black lines and the
number 96.