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Bronze Cobra

Production Number: 010

The Bronze Cobra is truly one of a kind. Built in 2000 she was originally green with marbled stripes but in late 2012 she was repainted by legendary Billy Brown in Mount Shasta, CA with her current one of a kind color combination. Uniquely colored and powered, she looks and feels true to the era of American Muscle that inspired her. From the deep growl and steady lope of her carbureted 351 Windsor to the unique bronze and cream paint job, she is truly an exquisite piece of automotive art. 


Year Built: 2000


351 Windsor -

Standard bore, Keith Black pistons, 4130 chromium molybdenum push rods, 650cfm Barry Grant Demon carburetor, stainless steel 198 valves with hardened seats, screw in rocker studs, balanced and line bored, Crain cam and lifters, 540 lift 298 duration, double roller timing set, Crain roller rockers, pocket ported and port matched, MSD 6420 6AL Ignition Control with rev limiter, mini high torque gear starter, custom double pass oil cooler with thermostat, 


Tremec T3550 5 Speed -

Steeda Tri-Ax Shifter, Incorporated scatter shield and armored drive tunnel

Traction Control


Four bar floating 8.8 inch rear end with 3.87 gears

Front and rear sway bars


Four wheel 11" disk breaks

  Rear: Cadillac Caliper and ECI rotors

  Front: GM Metric calipers and Granada rotors


Frame & Chasis:

2x4" box frame

3-1/2" schedule 80 steel roll bar

Haywire wiring harness

Stainless steel fender wells and gunnels

Chrome plated side pipes

22gal fuel tank with baffles

Wheels & Tires:

American Racing - Thrust II

Michelin Pilot Sport PS2


Five Point G-Force Harnesses

Foam Fire suppression system


Custom VDO gauges

Sun visor and wind wings 

Custom Bear claw latch with Mercedes handles

Armored doors

Tilt steering column

Widened seat and cockpit area

Lowered floor and foot well

One of a kind quarter sawn white oak dash


Hand laid fiberglass

Custom painting from Billy Brown - PPG Cinnamon Orange with Cream stripes and 4 coats of clear

Austin-Healey signals and lamps

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