Question about Ford Shelby
I have a 1966 shelby cobra just purchased I have the louvers in a box and not sure how to attach them a few to many piece in one box
Every design feature on the original Cobra was functional in the race car sense, including louvers. Some ducted air to provide additional cooling to brakes (side / under louvers) to improve road race brake performance... However, some of the less authentic replicas use non-functional fascia, so they look genuine without serving any real purpose other than appearance. Louvers were also used to provide interior ventilation, engine/intake air / cooling, as well as the abovementioned brake ventilation... If you can ascertain which purpose these louvers were intended for and consult some accurate images of the intended installation area, it shouldn't be too hard to determine how the pieces fit together. How did you come by louvers without installation info anyway? And who is the supplier trying to hold you up for more $$? Let us know what you can figure out and we'll go from there!
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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