Behold: the Shelby Cobra CSX-4000 – one of a series of Shelby-produced ‘continuation’ vehicles made two decades after the original Cobra production run. This vehicle is  essentially a 1965 Cobra 427 S/C fitted with a body comprising seventeen seamlessly joined handmade copper panels set off with a pair of rough brushed Le Mans stripes.

And it’s not just for looking at either. Under the hood lurks a 550bhp V8 engine with enough power to reach 100km/h in under 4 seconds.

Bidding starts at €400,000.

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14 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

  1. Slightly Bemused

    A lot of American muscle cars are very blocky, but Shelby had a beautiful eye. And all done without the aid of a CGI computer!

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        1. benblack

          I refer you to my response to your comment on today’s papers, scottser.

          Please take your time and read slowly.

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          1. scottser

            You’re a liar and a misogynist. And wrong most of the time too. Try admitting it, you might feel a little more human.

          2. benblack

            I always admit when I’m wrong – that is not the case here.

            I refer you again to my response to your comment on today’s papers.

          3. scottser

            No you don’t. You called everyone stupid during the river song competition though it was you who failed to understand the rules. You were wrong.
            Youre a liar and a misogynist, now you’ve added hypocrite to the list.

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