Matt Jarvis says he dreamed about someday owning a Shelby Cobra since he was a little boy. While the price of an original 427 Cobra was out of his reach by the time he grew up, he now has his own replica of his dream car, complete with the correct 427 `side-oiler' Ford engine.
Matt Jarvis says he dreamed about someday owning a Shelby Cobra since he was a little boy. While the price of an original 427 Cobra was out of his reach by the time he grew up, he now has his own replica of his dream car, complete with the correct 427 `side-oiler' Ford engine. Mike Berry/The Wichita Eagle
Matt Jarvis says he dreamed about someday owning a Shelby Cobra since he was a little boy. While the price of an original 427 Cobra was out of his reach by the time he grew up, he now has his own replica of his dream car, complete with the correct 427 `side-oiler' Ford engine. Mike Berry/The Wichita Eagle

Living out a Cobra dream

May 03, 2014 07:29 AM

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