Pacific Coast Cobra
Pacific Coast Cobra Inc. was an American manufacturer of replica automobiles in the 1980s .
The company was founded on June 11, 1984 in Redlands , California . 1984 began the production of automobiles. The trade name was Pacific Coast Cobra . 1987 ended production they built cars for $35,000 or avaliable in kit form $21,000.
FIA V8 engine 289
They Built replicas of the AC Cobra . The 289 FIA corresponded to the AC Cobra 289 and the 427 to the AC Cobra 427 . Both had a lattice frame with 2322 mm wheelbase . Various V8 engines from Chevrolet and Ford drove to the vehicles. Parts of the front axle came from the Mustang 2 and MG B and the rear IRS axle of Jaguar . The 460 was modeled after the Cobra of Stallion, the wheelbase was 2,411 mm.