The Big Muscle team decided to try out new things in Santa Cruz, California. By saying new, we don`t mean a brand new vehicle, but an old, and for the first time shown 1966 Shelby Cobra replica. So, an ideal setting was established. A vintage `66 Shelby was driven on the beckoning pacific Coast Highway in the pleasurable Californian clime.
This Cobra replica was produced by a modified with his two sons approximately 10 years ago. They chipped and spider-webbed the faded fiberglass shell. The stainless trim has been pitted, while the wheels were wrapped in a thick brake dust layer. The side-pipes blow flame every time the carpet is coming up once the car is accelerated.
The numbers are not really matching, and the handling puts your life at risk, but is it not driving a muscle dangerously the whole point? Or is it not?
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