Most of us know the 1970 King Cobra was the car destined to replace the Talladega on the NASCAR tracks in 1970. Unfortunately, before the car could be completely tested and developed for the track Ford pulled out of all racing, and the development cars were sent to the storage bin. Each of the remaining cars had sketchy histories. Steve Honnell was at the right place at the right time to take one home.
It was back in 1970 while he was visiting Holman and Moody that his life-changing moment occurred. He asked the right question at the right time and became an owner of a King Cobra. He did some work putting the pieces back together and made it his daily driver! For the rest of the story check out this Uncle Tony’s Garage YouTube video.