AC Cobra

The AC Cobra, sold as the Ford/Shelby AC Cobra in the USA and often known colloquially as the Shelby Cobra in that country, is an American-engined British sports car produced intermittently since 1962.

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AC Cobra - Super Snake
... AC produced only 23 AC Cobra 427 competition roadsters ... a special model called the 427 (CSX3015) "Cobra to End All Cobras." The first one of these was originally part of a European promotional tour before its conversion ... Cosby attempted to drive the super-fast Cobra, but had issues with keeping it under control he recounted his experience on his 1968 stand-up comedy album 200 M.P.H. ...
AC Ace - AC Cobra
... When Bristol ceased building their 6-cylinder engine in 1961, AC's owner, Charles Hurlock, was approached by Carroll Shelby to use a Ford V8 in the Ace chassis, producing the AC Cobra in 1962 ... The AC Cobra came in small block and later big block configurations ... At the time, the AC Cobra 427 was the fastest "production" car in the world ...
AC Cars - History - Carroll Shelby and The Cobra
... In 1962 AC was approached by Carroll Shelby to use a small block Ford V8 engine in the Ace chassis, producing the AC Cobra ... The resulting Cobra was a very powerful roadster, and it is commonly blamed for the introduction of the 70 mph (110 km/h) limit on British motorways ... At the end of the 1964 racing season, the Cobra was being outclassed in sports car racing by Ferrari ...