Vehicle    From 1962 

AC Cobra

Categories: Sport / Games, Transport

Designed in 1962 by AC Cars in collaboration with Carroll Shelby, this was generally acknowledged to be one of the fastest two-seater production sports cars in the world.  It went on to achieve fame globally in such glorious races as the 24-hour Le Mans, the Mille Miglia and the Targa Floria.

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AC Cobra

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AC Cars Limited

Note: the plaque actually has "Carrol Shelby" which is a mistake.

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