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Fun site to spot Cobras in such far off places

Started by HistoryBuff, April 15, 2022, 12:30:12 PM

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exotic car spotter is the site name. you type in the name of the car and it shows pictures of cars spotted in different cities 'on the fly" not much info. But i found some Bizzarrinis there I know are local to los angeles so i know the site has real spottings. but I can't believe this is a real 427 cobra in Italy--stlll it's fun to see this car rattling windows in the land of Ferrari.

98SVT - was 06GT


I vote that it is a Kirkham. It could also have the $20,000 CSX VIN tag option.
Previous owner 6S843 - GT350H & 68 GT500 Convert #135.
Mine: GT1 Mustang, 1998 SVT 32V, 1929 Model A Coupe, Wife's: 2004 Tbird
Member since 1975 - priceless


Quote from: 98SVT - was 06GT on April 15, 2022, 01:32:34 PM

I vote that it is a Kirkham. It could also have the $20,000 CSX VIN tag option.

^^^^ HAHAHAHAHA!    I bought a non-Shelby Kirkham and used the $20k for racing fuel, tires, and a 10-day trip to Italy with the wifey.  Apologies to CS.
2006 FGT, Tungsten. Whipple, HRE 20s, Ohlin coil-overs. Top Speed Certified 210.7 mph.

Kirkham Cobra 427.  482-inch aluminum side-oiler. Tremec 5-spd.

1968 GT500KR #2575 (1982-2022)
1970 Ranchero GT 429
1969 LTD Country Squire 429
1963 T-Bird Sport Roadster
1957 T-Bird E-model


Gas prices are crazy in Italy(even in the best of times).The extra 20k would come in very handy for fuel over there...