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1967 Shelby Cobra 427

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1967 Shelby 427 Cobra VIN: CSX 3279 According to the Shelby American World Registry, CSX 3279 was billed to Shelby American on June 10, 1966, and is noted as being originally finished in Green acrylic paint with a black interior. It was then billed from Shelby to Ron's Ford Sales, of Bristol, Tennessee, for a total cost of $6,386.50. Geoff Howard, of Danbury, Connecticut, would become the Cobra's first known owner, after acquiring it in 1975 and restoring it from 1975 and 1976. It was at this time that the present 427-cubic inch, side-oiler engine with medium rise heads and dual quads was installed, replacing the original 428-cubic inch engine. This was a common practice for the Cobras that were initially outfitted with the 428-cubic inch powerplant at the time. The car was refinished in dark green acrylic, but retaining its original interior and Sunburst wheels. and following the completion of its restoration, it was offered for sale in early 1977 by Howard. The car's next owner would be Ken Brenneman, of Clerendon Hills, Illinois. CSX 3279 would see limited street usage by Brenneman, and it was well preserved in his custody. In 2000, it received a cosmetic and mechanical fresheni


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