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Ten Facts about the AC Cobra: 8. The wire wheels had to be changed out for Halibrand alloy wheels. The original Cobras came with wire wheels, like the Ace, but that was quickly abandoned later on. The Ford 427 engine was so powerful it would deform the wire wheels, which is why Shelby went with Halibrand alloy wheels that were tougher.

AC 428 Frua. At The Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016. An AC 428 is a rare beast; a Coupe even more so. The 428 was always going to struggle, costing almost twice as much as a Jaguar E-Type, but it was still a lovely thing, with crisp lines and a vast Ford V8 under the bonnet.

This looks so much like my beloved 1st car- THE GLARE! 1968 Mustang Fastback 289 Automatic Factory AC

Check this out from @holtonbuggs I remember the 1986 Ford Mustang that you would drive to work. It would be so hot that your make-up would melt before you made it home because there was no AC. I remember being down to one car because they came and repossessed your Lexus. You shared my Eagle Talon that had no insurance or registration. I remember driving home to Tampa from Houston and breaking down in Pensacola. With no hotel money you sat in the car with me for 8 hours until my dad…

1961 AC Cobra- I know what you're thinking- "Carol Shelby was an American, this car has a Ford engine, and you promised not to include American cars." Well, you'd be right- its designer and motor were indeed American- but AC was a British company with the perfect car to give Shelby's crazy idea a chance. It has American blood, but still hails from GB. Cool fact: Upon introduction, Shelby had only one car but pretended to have several, so he repainted it every time a new car magazine…

SPECTACULAR LG. FARM ESTATE W/ 9 GORGEOUS VINTAGE CARS, GO CARTS, MOTORCYCLES & SO MUCH MORE!! Starts On 9/16/2015

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