AC Cobra

The AC Cobra, also known as the Shelby Cobra, was a British built sports car produced by AC that was produced during the 1960s. The Cobra was the Shelby version of the AC Ace.


The AC Ace was a classic British roadster until it was transformed into the Cobra by Carroll Shelby when he inserted the Ford small block engine into the car, turning into a racing machine. Since then, the car has become very popular and has been ingrained in the mind of popular culture and helped established Shelby's tuning career.



see Shelby Cobra Daytona

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Shelby Motors built twenty two 427 competition roadsters. In 1965, one was selected and converted into a special model called the 427 "Cobra to End All Cobras."


  • The Shelby Cobra was featured in the 2011 video game, Forza Motorsport 4 and could be purchased for about 1.2 million credits. 

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concept edition