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    Engine Pictures

    My favorite Cammer....I wish it was mine!

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    Here is my 460/504, webers and NOS....


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    I could post a pic of my engine with 2 porn queens straddling each valve cover and I STILL wouldn't beat the first two.
    -Dean

    "...tires spitting gravel, I commit my weekly crime."

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    Here's a picture of my engine-bay (Shelby aluminum FE with 58 mm Berg IDAs).


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    Quote Originally Posted by CobraDan View Post
    My favorite Cammer....I wish it was mine!
    The polished cammer with Webers is hard to beat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBarchetta View Post
    I could post a pic of my engine with 2 porn queens straddling each valve cover and I STILL wouldn't beat the first two.
    That's a good one! It would depend on what they were wearing and how they looked.;)

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    can you beat this! hahahaha
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    - Mel

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    not in a Cobra, but the thought that went into it..datsun2.jpg
    - Mel

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    This is the Keith Craft built 427 Sideoiler that I have in my Cobra. Dyno'd out at 560 hp with 594 lbs. of torque. Date coded '65 Cast iron block, aluminum heads, intake and waterpump.

    The 427 Cobra does not have a touring mode. Once put in gear and the clutch is let out, you are at the top of a rollercoaster ride

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    This is mine. It's a Ford Racing 392 stroker (351W) sporting the latest pentroof Cobra valve covers and Cobra air cleaner from Ford, and a proper Cobra expansion tank from Superformance. Not an original look per se, but I like it anyways.


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    A few engine pics from my current and past Cobras, GT350R and GTD GT40.....







    Gary :cool:

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    Couple more....



    Gary :cool:

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    Gary :cool:

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    Hi Gary, welcome to this site. You have and had great cobras. Great to have you here. Darren

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    -Dean

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    Senior Member RedBarchetta's Avatar
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    Shoot! Decided "What the heck?!?" and posted my boring carb'd motor. Just installed (myself, of course) the fresh Air-Gap intake this past weekend.
    -Dean

    "...tires spitting gravel, I commit my weekly crime."

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    1965 Backdraft Cobra 347 with Webers

    IMG_1548.jpgIMG_1545.jpg 1965 Backdraft Cobra with Webers

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    Darren,

    Love the way the site is set up. I saw the ad in Cobra Kit Car Builder this month although I have seen the cars for sale site CobraRegistry before as I see that is linked to the site. I put a post up on Clubcobra Texas forum inviting a bunch of them over....Thanks for the warm welcome.......
    Gary :cool:

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