427 needed a new chassis. Shelby worked with Ford to develop a new chassis 

(internally called the Mark III) with 101.6 mm (4 in) main chassis tubes (up from 76.2 mm (3 in))  

coil spring suspension. did. This new Cobra was powered by his 7.0-liter Fordside Oil FE engine with a single Hawley 780 CFM 4-barrel carburetor. 

The engine produced 425 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 480 lb-ft of torque at 3,700 rpm 

A standard Cobra 427 he propelled to a top speed of 164 mph. 

The S/C (semi-competition) model made 485 horsepower and had a top speed of 185 mph

which made the music even more interesting.  Visually, the Cobra 427 attracted attention with wide fenders and larger radiator openings. 

In January 1962, AC began a Cobra deal with Carroll Shelby on a prototype VIN CSX2000. 

In 1966, Shelby rebuilt the chassis of his CSX3015 Euro his promotion his tour into what he called the Cobra, ending all Cobras 

Originally a racing his roadster, this Cobra His Eater has been converted to a road-legal Cobra with twin His  

Paxton Superchargers (TPS) and modifications to the muffler, bumper, windshield and more. 

However, not all super snakes were handled "legally". For example, the race-proven rear end, headers and brakes were left intact