I put my AC Cobra SC427 on show at Daylesford this weekend, great day with some exceptional cars and motor bikes on show. Have about 2,500 km up on the clock now and performing well, the best one tonne fun you can ever have.
Classic Revival AC Cobra Replica SC 427
Welcome to my build blog and the journey I had in building my Classic Revival AC Cobra SC427. As time goes by I'll put progress pictures and a brief description of what I've done in putting this famously shaped muscle car together. Cheers Glenn
Photos of completed AC Cobra SC427.
Some final pictures of my Classic Revival AC Cobra SC427
Please feel free to make a comment if you like what you see.
LS3 6.2L V8
Dyno Tuning of the Cobra.
With the rear wheels removed, the dyno is bolted straight onto the rear axles.
The boys on the lap top tuning the Cobra.
A close up of the dyno on the drivers side.
290.4 Kw at the rear wheels with 493.5Nm of torque to play with.
Plenty of power for cruising in this Cobra.
Leather covered door panels fitted to complete the trimming of the Cobra.
Drivers side view of the Cobra cabin interior.
Passenger side view of the aluminium door panel covered in leather.
Close up of the left hand door storage pocket and door release cable.
Drivers door panel
Bonnet air scoop fitted.
Bonnet air scoop fitted in place.
Under side of the bonnet showing the stainless steel dome nuts.
Instead of reverts like the original Cobras, I used button head stainless steel 4mm bolts to clamp the air scoop down.
Front and rear end alignment.
On the alignment hoist ready for all four wheels to be adjusted.
Dale at Truline Steering and Suspension working on the rear end.
A good shot of the workshop at Truline Steering and Suspension.
Front and rear badges
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