1967 was the last year of production for the Shelby Cobra also known as AC Cobra. Although the model was popular and is now one of the most desirable classics, it was a financial failure at the time. The first Shelby Cobra cars were produced in 1962 with 4.3-liter Ford engines and were based on the simple chassis of the previous AC Aces models. The idea of making a sports car with the light AC body and a powerful V8 engine came from Carroll Shelby who assembled the body and engine in his Los Angeles factory. The last MkIII iteration was based on a reworked chassis to support the increased power of the 7-liter engine. The car could reach a top speed above 160 mph for the standard model and up to 185 mph for the competition car.
Should you be interested in acquiring a 1967 Shelby Cobra, there are a few tips The Beverly Hills Car Club team would like to share with you. First, it’s recommended to do extensive research on the different models and options. The knowledgeable staff of The Beverly Hills Car Club can help answer your questions. Then, the team would recommend carrying out a complete pre-purchase inspection to make sure you’re aware of the condition and future service needs of the model. The Beverly Hills Car Club has a large inventory of classics for sale. A good way to start your research is to browse their online inventory and find out about the examples of 1967 Shelby Cobra they have currently in inventory. The team is also in contact with sellers worldwide and can help you find a specific model.
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