Only three King Cobra Prototypes were built by Ford. Only one had a 4-speed and only one had the convex rear window. This car is going to auction on May 19, 213 at the Mecum Indy Auction. I can only imagine what this car might sell for but I am also afraid that like the Talladega and Spoiler/Spoiler II it is difficult at times to get two people who know what these cars are in the same auction at the sametime.
This rear view says it all.
Bench seat in a car like this tells you what Ford was thinking. Just like the Talladega and Spoiler II it was intended to be a race car and not a daily driver.
Now that is a pretty site! Wish my Dega had one of those.
These cars look so much better with the headlight covers in place. Seems like for maximum aero benefit there would should be a clear lens over the turn signal/parking lights.
I think this is my favorite color for the car and love the wheels. Ever see a Talladega with these wheels on it; makes a completely different car out of it.
Note how the “C” stripe runs on this car and where it is located on the yellow car.