History: A late production rack and pinion 289 Roadster. Selling new in Northern California, then spending over 40 years in Colorado under the care of noted Cobra expert Bill Murray. Murray worked at the Shelby Museum in Boulder, CO. An original, no accident survivor, it is completely restored by Bill Murray in 2018. Then selling to its current owner. All owners known from new.
Condition: An original car completely restored by Bill Murray. Still retaining its original body, and frame, with the frame stamping and original chassis ID tag. The trunk and engine bay still retain their original alloy panels. “NO” reproduction or replacement parts were used in the restoration. Original parts were refurbished. The chassis number stampings are on all of the latches. It is equipped with wire wheels, soft top, side curtains, tools, jack and grease gun. Stunning in black with wire wheels. Ready to enter in a concours or drive on the Cobra Tour.
Of Note: One of the best original Cobra 289 Roadsters. Restored by a noted Cobra expert. Was on display at the Shelby Museum.