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09-10-2002, 07:16 AM
I am looking for an aftermarket hood insulator with the Cobra design imprinted on it. If anyone knows a company that is selling them I would appreciate the name. Thanks

09-10-2002, 08:22 AM
Snake Eyes, try Texas Mustang Parts, or a Mustang Restoration Place. I have some names at home I can give you if that'll help you out. What year is this for?? Welcome to our boards, now tell us a little about yourself :D .

09-10-2002, 10:15 AM
I've got a 96 laser red Cobra with BBk throttle body, C.C plates, long tube headers, high flow cats, Dynomax mufflers, king cobra clutch, Hurst shifter, alum. drive shaft, Auburn rear end w/4.10's, billet axles, Eibach springs, blistien shocks, Energy Suspension rear sway bar, subframe connectors and the battery has been moved to the trunk. Dynoed at 268 HP. I am a technical coordinator for a centrifugal pump manufacturer in the Heights. I live in Friendswood. I use to race karts for several years but old age (48) and 2 back surgeries forced me to go to something with suspension. I have been auto-x'ing the cobra with the SCCA and have gone thru some driving schools at TWS in a formula Vee. I am planning on making it out to Joe Meyers on Sunday, this will be my first show, hope I don't embarrass myself. I was really impressed with the Cobras at the League City show a couple of weeks ago. Looking forward to meeting you and other members.


Andy M
09-10-2002, 10:28 AM

Welcome aboard man! And by the way, 48 is NOT old! I just turned 44 and I feel like a kid again... since I bought the R.

I'd like to talk you some more about the TWS and SCCA events. I open track my R at TWS on a regular basis and I have been to Hallet once and I am going to the new course in Iowa at MidAmerica Motorplex in October.

I also did a Derek Daly Road Race Course earlier this year in Las Vegas. Four days of fun, two of them in Formula Ford 2000 cars!! Man, was that a blast!!!!

Again, welcome!

09-10-2002, 11:02 AM

Welcome, I remember you from League City(I'm the guy that wrote down the website on the flyer). I'm glad you found your way to our site. Looking forward to seeing you out on Sunday.
:thumbsup: :bounce:


09-10-2002, 11:22 AM
Hi Jim, welcome to the SCC. 48 years young, cool! We need some more, uhemmmmm, mature 40's in here. Yea, the SCC was quite impressive at League City, weren't we? It has sure helped to get us noticed. Hope to meet you Sunday.

09-10-2002, 05:25 PM
Thanks for the welcome, and Sherri thank you for being politcally correct about the age bit.