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1/24 Revell-Monogram Shelby Cobra 427 S/C 4533 - MPM Hobbies

1/24 Revell-Monogram Shelby Cobra 427 S/C 4533

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SKU: RMX4533
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Revell skill level:  4
Recommended age:  12+
Scale:  1:24
Number of parts:  104
Length:  8.39 in

Kit Features:

  • Iconic Shelby 427 Cobra S/C body with an opening hood and separate chrome detail parts
  • Highly detailed 427-cubic-inch V-8 engine, separate tube frame, and side-mount exhausts Moteur V-8
  • Halibrand-style simulated alloy wheels wear separate three-bar spinners and old-school big-n-little tires
  • All-new decal sheet with the 427 Cobra’s signature over-the-top twin stripes and optional race markings
  • Optional parts include a cut-down racing windscreen, interior tonneau cover, and a three-point roll bar
  • Molded in white, transparent red and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires 

There are fast cars, and then there are ridiculously fast cars. The latter is the type of machine that becomes a legend. The Shelby 427 Cobra S/C® is one of those legends. The product of retired racer Carroll Shelby’s considerable imagination and skill, the original 1962 Cobra was based on a British-built AC Ace roadster that was methodically reworked by Shelby’s team in Los Angeles. Powered by Ford small-block V-8 engines, Shelby’s earliest Cobras quickly earned respect on the street and success on the track. Never one to be satisfied, in 1965 Shelby found more performance—and speed— in Ford’s big-block 427-cubic-inch V-8. It was good for about 425 horsepower and in the Cobra delivered a 0-60 mph time of less than four seconds. That’s more than quick enough for a legend. Revell’s 1/24-scale model kit represents the ultimate street Cobra, the rare S/C (semi-competition) version that in reality was a thinly disguised race car.