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years or still owns one now.
Long-lost Cobra longshot
the article on the Cobra in issue #75 reminded me of when I owned one in the early 1980s. The car was my pride and joy. Treated it like family. Even paid for the valve stem lube at service time.
The car was stolen from me and has never been found to this day. It was number 283.
I wonder if any of the enthusiasts out there would have any idea where it is? Is it still being driven? It was listed as stolen on the register of Cobra owners not long after it was stolen.
If anyone has information leading to the recovery of my dream car, there would be a substantial reward.