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    What's this then?

    Just seen this on eblag

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AC-Cobra-...4383.l4275.c10

    Not a Southern Roadcraft, looks more Classic replica viper style with the front flared arches.

    Registered as Ford Cobra - good or bad?

    lovely looking motor though, nice blue.
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    With all the pro's of the V6 I'm starting to wonder if rebuilding this V8 was a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinnymathew View Post
    With all the pro's of the V6 I'm starting to wonder if rebuilding this V8 was a good idea.
    Perfect, amazing V6
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    Quote Originally Posted by skinnymathew View Post
    With all the pro's of the V6 I'm starting to wonder if rebuilding this V8 was a good idea.
    it will be - the sound can't be beaten, and it will give you the edge when/if you ever want to sell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinW View Post
    it will be - the sound can't be beaten, and it will give you the edge when/if you ever want to sell.
    I started it for the first time on the stand last week and couldn't stop grinning
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    awesome. You'll never tire of the sound.

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    what Mark said.
    Crendon Chassis No.49
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    That has to be some kind of Viper with those front arches, not an SR for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdavies3 View Post
    That has to be some kind of Viper with those front arches, not an SR for sure.
    Agree viper of one sort
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    Definitely a Viper which does does sour the ad somewhat if he can’t get the make correct. Can’t help but think he’s limited the market to the “vertically challenged” by fitting those huge seats! They do look comfy though!
    Nice looking car but a V6 no matter how good it sounds will limit its value considerably.
    Dek

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