The Shelby Cobra was first produced in 1962 and the model was offered in different variants until 1967. In 1962 and 1963, Ford fit the Shelby Cobra with a 4.3 or 4.7-liter V8 engine. The body was supplied by AC and based on the AC Aces models. Carroll Shelby was the brain behind the model, asking AC to provide him with a car that could sustain a V8 engine. The result was very successful. The AC Cobra or Shelby Cobra was extremely popular on the roads and on the track, and commands high value nowadays. The hand-built body, with steel tube frames, was covered by aluminum panels to keep the weight low. The first models are sometimes referred to as MkI cars. The body style of the Shelby Cobra was well received by the public and continues to turn heads at every car show.
If you’re interested in getting a 1963 Shelby Cobra, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would love to help. First, their Los Angeles classic car dealership has a large inventory of classics for sale. Start by browsing their online inventory to find out about the models currently available for sale in the showroom. The representatives are also in contact with buyers and sellers worldwide and can help you find the perfect 1963 Shelby Cobra model. If you’ve already spotted a car you like, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to share some tips and advice to help you make a good transaction. One recommendation they often share is to hire a classic car expert to carry out a complete pre-purchase inspection. Not only will this allow you to evaluate the true value of the classic and its condition, but also it can help you plan your future service budget.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is at your disposal to help you with your 1963 Shelby Cobra purchase. Should you decide to work with the team, the friendly staff will provide you with excellent service in a hassle-free environment. The team will also stay in touch with you throughout ownership. Connect today and get started!
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