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Used 1965 Shelby Cobra
$66,500

Bethesda MD
  • 2,500 miles

KIRKHAM 427SCKMP 373Almost New! This All-American Muscle Car is a 1965 Ford 427FE Cobra SC Roadster 427FE replica and is titled. Iconic of the era of high-performance cars, but with significantly improved engineering, materials, and performance. Al ... [view more details]from Dealslister
New Shelby GT350
$61,895

Sterling VA 20164
  • Black,Grey exterior

Mustang Shelby GT350 Lead Foot Gray, Black Stripes, Electronics Pkg, Magnaride, Brembos, Navigation ... [view more details]from Trucks2Cars
Used 1965 Shelby Cobra
$42,500

Elkton MD

    1965 Shelby Cobra Replica By Factory Five, super high quality build, stunning Silver Gray paint with Black stripes, powerful Supercharged 302 cu in 340HP V8, 4 speed transmission, runs and drives beautifully! ... [view more details]from Dealslister
    Used 1967 Shelby Cobra
    $39,000

    Camp Springs MD 20748
    • 2,500 miles

    Introducing an absolute Iconic Legend A 1967 SHELBY COBRA replica Classic roadster kit. This Car is Titled as a 1967 with Pennsylvania assigned state vin of SW113358 so no Emission is required. It is a classic roadster kit that was built in 2003 an ... [view more details]from American Listed
    Used 1966 Shelby Cobra

    Washington DC 20020

      This car is like New. Brand new 383 Stroker engine, dyno'd at over 450HP & Over 470 feet-lb Torque. New Tremec TKO 500 Transmission. Custom Music system with 7" Alpine in-dash touch screen display, Hertz speakers, Focal Sub woofer, Audison Amplifie ... [view more details]from Automotive Ad Builder

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