Shelby officially unveiled the 50th Anniversary Cobra Daytona Coupe. Available in aluminum ($349,995) or fiberglass ($179.995) models and limited to just 50-units, the vehicles will still require you purchase an engine separately, with both built to the same specs and measurements as the original 1960s era cars. Continue reading for a video of the original and more information.
“Built from original blueprints and measurements, the aluminum Coupes (serial numbers CSX9950 – CSX9999) stay faithful to the 1960s, featuring leaf spring suspension, a tube chassis and a wooden rimmed steering wheel, among other things. Each car will come equipped with a premium black leather interior, special badging, modern disc brakes and a stronger frame. Built to order, each vehicle is delivered as a rolling chassis and can be finished by a customer or an authorized dealer. An aluminum block 289 cubic-inch (4.7-liter) V8 that can include a Coupe’s serial number is also available separately from the Shelby Engine Company,” reports Car Scoops.