This book tells the fascinating history of the Daytona Coupe version of
Carroll Shelby’s fabled Cobra with special focus on one of the six cars
Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe tells the fascinating history of the Daytona Coupe version of Carroll Shelby’s fabled Cobra with special focus on one of the six cars built. The fabulous Daytona Coupe, brutally purposeful in both looks and performance, was created to win the FIA World Sportscar Championship and duly did so in 1965, beating Ferrari in the large-capacity class – the category that really counted as it fired the public’s imagination. The specific car covered in detail in this book, CSX2300, took part in five championship rounds (one in 1964, four in 1965) and played its part in Shelby American’s unique team success.
Truly one of the ‘Great Cars’, the Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe is a most worthy addition to this acclaimed series of books. The expert text is supplemented by 300-period photographs, many previously unpublished, supported by a portfolio of commissioned special photography.
Author Bio: Rinsey Mills has owned AC sports cars, both pre-war and post-war, for forty years. He has restored some and raced others. His books include Original AC Ace and Cobra and Essential AC Cobra.
Publisher: Porter Press
Binding Type: Hardcover
Illustrations: 300 color & b/w photos
Printing Status: In Print
Country Made: NA