On sale appeared 562-strong coupe Shelby Daytona 1964 release

On sale appeared 562-strong coupe Shelby Daytona 1964 release

November 23, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

St. Louis Auto Museum is offering to buy an exclusive 1964 Shelby Daytona coupe for the production year.

This beautiful car was built last year by Superformance and Shelby American. The mileage of this Daytona is 3,584 miles (approximately 5,767 km). Coupes were developed as a tribute to the famous cars that took part in races on Sebring and Le Mann. It should also be mentioned that the Shelby Daytona was designed to defeat the Ferrari.

  A car painted in the shade of Guardsman Blue with white stripes and circles appeared on sale. The exterior is also emphasized by Shelby replica 18-inch wheels. In addition, the car got handles with an engraved Carroll Shelby name, racing mirrors, front fog lights and much more.

 The Shelby Daytona is powered by a Roush 427cui V8 engine with an eight-speed Borla fuel injection system. The performance of the power unit is 562 hp. (535 Nm). The engine is paired with a Tremec T56 6-speed manual transmission with a hydraulic racing clutch.

In addition, the car has a ceramic-coated exhaust system that emphasizes the beautiful sound of a powerful V8 engine. Also, the cars were equipped with power windows, an upgraded steering system and ventilated Shelby Racing / Wilwood disc brakes.

The interior of the car looks great due to the fact that they used a combination of black leather and Alcantara. In addition to this, you can notice the climate control system with air conditioning. The Kenwood AM / FM / CD / SAT-ready audio system is integrated into the instrument panel and can quench the musician’s musical preferences with the Rockford Fosgate audio output jacks and high-quality speakers.

2 sets of keys are enclosed with this Shelby Daytona, a copy of the original Shelby American, Inc. documents MSO, user manual and many other additional bonuses. You can buy a cult coupe at the St. Louis Auto Museum for $ 189,900

In addition, a very unusual Delahaye convertible was recently put up for sale. This car was developed by specialists of MB SL Technik.