The Bordinat Cobra is a Ford styling concept car built in 1965 for then Ford Styling VP, gene Bordinat. It is the very first coil-spring Cobra chassis which was shipped by AC Cars to Ford in 1964. It was powered by a 289 High Performance engine with C4 trans with the body formed from an ABS plastic called Royalex. Its styling theme was to be a roadster version of Ford’s concept car, the Cougar II. The car is now part of the permanent collection of the Detroit Historical Museum

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