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Discussion in 'Other Cars' started by vintagemotorcars, Oct 10, 2019.
Looking to buy a no stories small block Cobra.
You know.... I'd be willing to pay full sticker price for that car.
Whats the price range you are looking to be at
What's the hold-up?
Very well know person in the cobra community. I've seen many of the cars he deals in and hey are top notch.
Is it just me or is that description puzzling. Car was loaned to MGM "Possibly" for film work, but the film was released prior to the car's completion. Last paragraph describes it as one of the most original and correct cobras known, yet it was painted red at some point, had fender flares and has been restored... a bunch of double speak if you ask me.
I'm 55 years to late.
The family who owns this asked me to represent it, then decided to go with AGC (sometime in 2018)
At the time (early 2018) the family wanted $1.1MM
I have no clue what the ask is now, but it was a well restored car restored by Chris Jones
Hmmm...looks like they removed the links to the Cobra, but that's the website of the restorer.
I have photos somewhere of it's entire resto
Hi Ken, I'm actually in discussion with their rep right now. Thanks
Yes, it comes across that way. I cleaned up the ad a bit from when the guy that wrote it did. The release date of Viva Las Vegas in the U.S. was May 20, 1964, and the car was completed on May 26, 1964, so it definitely didn't see any "film time" in the movie, but possibly as a publicity car for FoMoCo in Sebring, FL the months following the movie release.
Yeah the promotional part makes sense, but not film time