Can’t Afford a Muscle Car? Buy a Kit Car Instead

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Whether you’re a movie enthusiast or a car lover, it’s likely you’ve seen and pined over a Shelby Cobra car. The Shelby Cobra was the first American race car to contend with the European race cars — and it did, with flying colors.
The Shelby Cobra became so popular that motor enthusiasts vied for the racing vehicle. Unfortunately, it was difficult to get ahold of, for price and availability reasons. From 1962 through 1968 for example, Carroll Shelby only built 654 small-block models and 350 big-block models.

This past year, the Shelby Cobra Daytona model celebrated its 50th anniversary. To share this feat with Cobra fans, the automobile company released 50th anniversary model of the Shelby Daytona Coupe, decked out with classic old school features and an updated engine that allows you to zoom away, all fast and furious. But there’s one issue: this new model costs a whopping $399,999.
Luckily, for those of us who don’t feel like taking out a second mortgage or auctioning off a liver, there are other options. The answer, is a Shelby Cobra kit car. A Cobra kit is a mean of authentic replication; you visit Cobra kit car manufacturers and and with the right upgrade parts, you are able to get the muscle car of your dreams.
There are many benefits of building your own kit car. Firstly, kit cars are far less expensive. Instead of spending hundreds of thousands on a vehicle, your Cobra kit car will cost a maximum of $50,000. Think of everything you can do with the rest of the money you saved! In addition, building your own muscle car gives you the freedom to customize it as you please.This means you can add whichever engine and features that you please, free of constrictions that are imposed by the automobile manufacturer.
So what do you say? Would you buy a kit car? Let us know in the comments below!

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