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Blue chip Cars For Sale From Naito Auto Engineering Co,.

One of 26 original coil spring, 289 powered cars, and the third last Cobra ever built325hp (est.) 289 cu. in. solid lifter overhead valve V8 engine with four dual throat Weber 48IDA carburetors, four-speed transmission, four-wheel independent coil spring A-arm suspension, and four-wheel Girling hydraulic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 90” All these COB MK III series cars were right drive, of course ? there was no other choice. Incorporating all the evolutionary improvements from the entire production run, and carrying the ultimate development of Ford’s 289, they represent the dream Cobra for the uncompromising enthusiast who demands the best ? in both performance and handling. The example offered here, COB 6124 is one of the 26 similar cars built on the later and much stiffer and stronger chassis. Also, COB 6124 is a 1967 car, thus it was completed and titled before the emissions regulations affected further development. It was built in 1967 and delivered in 1968 with its title reflecting this lineage. According to the Shelby American Registry, COB 6124 was the third to last Cobra ever built. Finishded in Guardsman Blue with a black interior, it was sold new by Victoria Motor Works (Godalming, Surrey, U.K.) to Robert Hewitt. By the early 1970s, the car was owned by Willie Hillary, still in the U.K. In 1980, COB 6124 was offered for sale by Grant Cars, at which point it was sold to an American collector, Illinois resident, William Richardson. He offered it for sale in 1983, at which time it still wore its original colors. Five years later, it was offered again, this time by John Bassett of Chicago, IL, who sold it to the vendor in December of 1989. In the early 1990s, still a low mileage and largely original car, the Cobra was treated to a repaint in black, and fitted with 7.5” and 9.5” Halibrand wheels, flared rear fenders, competition fuel filler, hood scoop, and a chrome roll bar. the COB6124 was back to highly original condition in every respect . Original fuel filler, Original Dunlop wire wheels. steering wheel, Dash, Carpets, etc...It is not only really hard to find such a well restored example, also such a detail correct and original car is almost non existent


We are delighted to have the opportunity to offer this early, all-matching numbers example. A truly iconic Porsche, which continues to increase in value and desirability amongst serious collectors, historic racers and Porsche enthusiasts alike. Significantly, this RS LightWeightM471 is also an early production (first 500 cars built and M471 are 63 of 500cars) homologation Carrera RS, which were manufactured from a lighter gauge sheet metal (0.8mm) than later production series cars that were built using 0.88mm thickness steel. Side window glass with the thickness of 3.1 mm (Wind shield & Rear window are 3.5mm) was made by the company Galverbel from Belgium. it is option to be fitted limited slip differential and sliding roof by the Factory. this is not cheep car. Serious inquire only please
non restore, original bumper, steering wheel, fuel cap shift knob etc, I purchased it from DK Engineering UK approximately 25 years ago. I do not use it after the purchase. . Of course I do the maintenance. The interior and exterior does not touch it after I purchase it

 FERRARIに関わりルマンで優勝したレーサーでもあった方が1970年からONE OWNERだったこの275は約14台しか生産されなかったKING OF FERRARIです。13年を費やしてMODENAでレストアされ完成ごモデナから日本に運ばれました。レストア後 0kmの状態は新車と思われる状態です。カラーはオーナーの思い出深いNART BLUEにTANの内装です。

One of 21 Porsche 907s built at the Porsche Race Department in Stuttgart, they were produced in both long (L) and short (K) tail configuration. Chassis 007 is recorded as a short tail car produced with 2,195cc 8 cylinder 771/1 engine (also numbered 007) and completed on the 1st March 1967 when it was road registered as S-ZL 855. 907-007 was a Porsche works entry at the 1967 Brands Hatch BOAC 6 Hours driven by Hans Hermann,kurt Ahrens Jnr and Jochen Neerpach finishing 4th behind the iconic 7 litre Chaparral driven byMike Spence$ Phil Hill,the Works Ferrari of Chris Amon&Jackie Stewart& a Porsche 910 Driven by Josiffert&Bruce Mclaren. The next outing was the Nurburgring 600km where 907-007 was just used in practice and then in 1968 it was back at Brands Hatch for testing prior to the BOAC 6 Hours. The final Porsche works outing was the 1968 Targa Florio again as the testing “Muletto”, the 1,250km racked up by 907-007 keeping the practice miles off the winning 907.Now retired from the works team 907-007 was transferred from the Porsche Racing Department to Porsche’s Department PBL for exhibition on 20th December 1968. At the end of 1969 it was sold to longtime Porsche entrant Karl von Wendt’s stable alongside his two other 907s. Von Wendt kept the car until September 1984 when he sold it to Willi Kauhsen. Kauhsen was sold the car as a rolling chassis which had deterriorated over a number of years having been stored in Von Wendt’s garage at his Chateau. and on completion re-registered 907-007 for the road as AC-P 907 in September 2005. Sold to a French collector shortly after who entered the car at Nogaro the following year and employed Porsche’s own Le Mans winner, Jurgen Barth to drive it - first time back on the track for 37 years.The car was then sold back to Germany in 2007 to Christoph Stahl who raced it in a Number of races across Europe before selling it in 2008 to Jean Poerre Lecou who raced the car at events world wide including Le mans Classic. Now the car is available for sale from Naito Auto Engineering Co, and repesent a great opportunity to buy a Low production Sport Prototype Porsche Racing car that Boasts a works Period Racing History and a Continuous and unbroken Ownership Chain. 907-007 has been invited to the World wide Historic Race meetings over the past few years including the Le Mans Classic .

center lock model 16800km from new with all document and tools perfect.
1963年Le Man24で総合優勝したFERRARI. 1959年にLe Man24で総合6位、クラス優勝したFERRARI. 委託販売してます。

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