The metal may represent third place, but this car might just take the number-one spot in your collection.
Sold for $5.5 million in 2007, the automotive icon’s own Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake crosses the block through Barrett-Jackson in March.
Each piece is handmade in the USA and limited in number, just like the cars that bore the name.
Barrett-Jackson’s co-founder is offering his award-winning example—without reserve—at the auction house’s Scottsdale sale in March.
The designer’s personal Cobra was fully restored to factory condition last year.
Of course, he also took the rarity for a spin.
Only 100 examples of the high-performance variant will be produced each year.
The new Cobra will also be available with a gas-powered engine.
Developed in collaboration with SpeedKore Performance Group, the composite restomod will be built to order.