Y'all got any lamps?
- May 19, 2005
- I don't drive, I fly.
Also:The car in question is a MkI replica, not a MkII, III, or IV. And, while we're at it, the MkIII never had a 427 either (it had the 289), so you're wrong again.
If you're going to criticize a replica for inaccuracy, perhaps you should make sure your information is accurate first.
You beloved 427 would cost half what those guys are asking for an entire, fully functioning car already producing a healthy 420hp. Don't get me wrong, of course I would like to have the biggest, most powerful engine possible, but I think what they offer is a pretty good deal.Wow Shelby's 427s are expensive. A fully dressed one is over $20k. Even with the addition of EFI that is pricy.