Carroll Shelby - famous Texan Le Mans driver, worked with Ford in the early 1960's to develop the only American car to ever win the International Manufacturers Trophy for the great Codra. The Cobra was a large All American V8, with a small car attached to it. Step on the gas pedal and back snaps your head.
Above is one of the first Hot Wheels Cobras from 1985.
Above is Blue and White replica of the 427 Cobra SC.
Above is the Race Team Cobra.
Above is a rare 1995 JC Penny Gold plated Cobra.
Above is a 2006 Classics Cobra.
Above is a Classics Shelby Cobra 427 S/C from the 1995 (The first year of the T-Hunt series) Treasure Hunt series - only 10,000 made. The Mustang was 11th of 12 different cars produced for the 95 T-Hunt series #363.
Above is a 1965 427 Shelby Cobra S/C from the 18th Hot Wheels Convention in Irvine, CA on October 6-10, 2004 - only 4,000 made and this one is still in the Blister Pack. This is the second car in a series of 3 cars made just for the 18th Annual Hot Wheets Collectors Convention. The 1965 427 Shelby Cobra S/C casting was designed by Larry Wood. The Tampo design was done by Steve Vandervate.
Above is 2006 Classics Shelby Cobra 427 S/C - which is the 20th car of the 30 car series.
Above is the Cobra Daytona Coupe - the car that actually took the Manufactures Trophy away from Ferrari.
Carroll Shelby worked with Chrysler to develop the 1990's version of the Cobra - The Viper. Above is the Viper Coupe.
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