The SHELBY AMERICAN
Fall 2015 263
Young’s eagle eye detected a tiny
photo of a Shelby in the July 2015
. It was only
about the size of his thumb but he
recognized it as a GT350. It was ac-
tually the cover of Colin Comer’s lat-
est Shelby book, “Shelby Mustang:
was giving it to the
writer of the best letter to the editor.
Legendary Motorcars is a high-end classic car dealer in Ontario, Canada.
They also do paint and restorations. Yeah, they have a few Cobras in their
inventory. Ted Warren got one of their e-blasts and he was impressed with
this picture. So were we.
Cobra mascara? We’re going to be
watching Bob Barranger very closely
after he sent us this. Is he favoring
the Alice Cooper look?
This hand-crafted stained glass win-
dow probably isn’t one you might
find in a cathedral. It caught
Barranger’s attention when he saw
it in a craft shop. We recognize this
cobra design as being associated
with the GI Joe super hero comic
books and video games.
Something for the grandkids? This
“Wacky Tracks Cobra” was among the
last batch of stuff that Barranger sent
us. They are described as “fun fidget
toys” and we can understand why.
They can be bent endlessly and would
be great on a long trip in the backseat
of, say, a ‘67 Shelby.
Young spotted a Cobra in this ad for
a rod run and doo-wop show in West
Virginia. He’s just a doo-wop guy.