The Shelby Cobraalso known as AC Cobrawas a two-door roaster produced from 1962 to 1967 in different variants. An MkI model was first introduced with a 4.3-liter engine, and then upgraded to the MkII with a 4.7-liter unit. A new coil-suspended chassis was introduced in 1965 for the MkIII model, to accommodate the bigger 7-liter engine rated at 425 hp. Top speed was recorded at 164 mph in the standard model and 185 mph for the larger 485-hp unit. Design-wise, the bodywork was wider, the wheel arch flares were extended and a bigger radiator intake was fitted. Additional variants were created with special specs for racing.
Looking at a 1965 Shelby Cobra for your next classic car purchase? The Beverly Hills Car Club is a good place to start. The friendly staff can provide you with great tips and advice on how to make a smart purchase and their Los Angeles classic car dealership has a large inventory of classics for sale. Start by browsing their online inventory to view the models advertised for sale. If you can’t see what you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to call the representatives. The team is in contact with sellers worldwide and might have some information on how to get the 1965 Shelby Cobra of your dreams. Moreover, the friendly staff can share some useful best practice tips to help you make a smart purchase. One recommendation is to inspect the car’s chassis and body panels thoroughly for rust. Restoration can be quite costly on Shelby Cobra models and finding a good specialist to do maintenance and service isn’t always easy.
Connect with The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to move forward with your project of buying a 1965 Shelby Cobra. The team is ready to assist you and will answer any questions you may have about the different iterations and values. The team is looking forward to speaking with you soon!
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