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1964 Cobra SuperPerformanc Mk.II, FIA vintage race car


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1964 SuperPerformance Cobra racing car constructed by Time Machine Motorsports, a licensed SuperPerformance dealer, in 2010. Time Machine Motorsports enumerates their standard Mk.II FIA Cobra build features as follows:

• Show quality two-stage paint finishes
​• Hand laminated fiberglass body with reinforcing inserts
• Heavy duty TIG welded 3" Tojeiro style frame chassis
• Transverse leaf spring style suspension
• ​Salisbury limited slip differential
• Wilwood® front & rear disc brakes with double master cylinders
• Aluminum 6 pin drive FIA style 15" knock-off wheels
• Original style shifter and hand brake lever
• Aluminum interior, trunk & engine compartment
• Original style latch-lock seat belts
• Moto-Lita wooden steering wheel
• Monza style fuel filler
• Aluminum hi-performance radiator, shroud and fan
• Original style gauges (Stewart Warner) and switches
​• Stainless steel roll bar, chassis mounted

The Mk.II FIA Cobra options include the following:

• FIA or USRRC dashboard layout
• FIA spec trunk with dimples
• Transverse nose stripe
​• Ken Miles exhaust system side pipes
• Differential oil cooler
• ​Auxiliary racing tank
​• White painted wheels
​• Oil cooler and braided lines

In 2015 a 260 cubic inch V8 racing engine was installed by Duntov Motorsports, and the Cobra was prepared for historic road racing. Since that time, the car has been campaigned very successfully, as the record below shows.

SVRA Gold Medal winner at VIR, April 6-8, 2018.
SVRA Enduro Gold Champion, COTA, November 2-5, 2017 National Championship Event.
SVRA Silver Medal, Watkins Glen, September 23-24, 2017
HMSA Barber Historic Motorsports Park, May 17-20, 2017

To learn more about these special Mk.II FIA cobras and their construction, please go to: https://www.timemachineauto.com/mk-ii-fia.html

 
     
 

Description

 
 

260 cubic inch Ford racing engine. Steel crank, titanium valves, Carillo rods, roller rockers, carbon clutch. Approximately 10 hours on the engine, which is built for 25-30 hours if run at a moderate to hard level.

T101A 4 speed transmission. Wilwood disc brakes. Race-ready condition.

We think this is an opportunity to purchase an FIA spec. racing Cobra with authentic, successful, vintage road racing history for the price of some of its more tame, street prepared, brethren. The Cobra is in excellent condition, and is maintained by a professional vintage racing team. It is ready to go.


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