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Built in:Los Angeles, United States
Produced in:1963
Numbers built:9
Successor:AC Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:April 22, 2014
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Chassis CSX2130 Sold to John Willment along with the ex-Le Mans CS2131, this was one of the original three Le Mans Coupe Cobras built. Originally finished in white with red stripes, it debuted in the 1964 Nü'rburgring 1000 km where Bob Olthoff and Paul Hawkins were classified a delayed >>>

Chassis CS2131 Built by AC Cars, this was the 'British' Cobra that raced at Le Mans in 1963. Driven by Peter Bolton and Ninian Sanderson, it finished seventh overall and first in the over four-litre GT class. It was subsequently sold to John Willment and repainted in his familiar livery of>>>

Chassis CSX2142 This is chassis CSX2142, which was entered by Ed Hugus in the 1963 24 Hours of Le Mans. It is one of the three Cobras originally built to 'Le Mans' specification, recognisable by the low-drag alloy hard-top. During the race the carter got pierced and the entry was eventually>>>

Chassis CSX2156 The final Cobra built by Shelby to the Le Mans specification, chassis CSX2156 was sold new to American privateer racer George Butler. He debuted the car in the 1963 Nassau Speed Week, where Butler won his class in the Preliminary Nassau Tourist Trophy and the Governor's Trop>>>

  Article Image gallery (193) Chassis (4) Specifications