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The year was 1967. Drag Racing was big back east. Clem Hope of Ridgefield, New Jersey with the help of Baldwin Motion Performance of New York took this 1966 Shelby Cobra to the top of the stock class – setting a national NASCAR record for speed: a 133 mph 10.30 quarter mile.
The car became known as “King Cobra” and is the only Baldwin motion prepared 427 cobra. It is painted in its original livery – black body with gold hardtop. It has also been reproduced in scale by the Revelle and Ertl modeling companies.
Driven fewer than 6,000 miles since new, this car is at home on the street or on the drag strip.