The Shelby Cobra 427 S/C gets all the attention, but ask a true driver and they'll tell you the one to own is the 289 Cobra. Though not as powerful, the lighter 289 V8 brings out all sweetness of the British AC chassis. The Cobra here is a second-generation Mark II model with a long in-period a racing history, having dominated the SCCA United States Road Racing Championship, losing only once in three years. The Cobra took first in class at the 1967 SCCA Nationals and beat legend Mark Donahue's track record by a full second — an incredible achievement for a time when racing technology was moving at warp speed. The car spent time in several collections over the years and has had a meticulous restoration and doesn't know the word quit, having raced in numerous vintage events up until now. Looking a new owner, this Cobra is ready for the track — not the showroom.