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What you're looking at is the only licensed continuation car of the original Shelby Daytona Coupe. Designed by the legendary Pete Brock (who also created the original), the Superformance Shelby Daytona Coupe was built in very limited numbers over a decade ago. Each example is also eligible for the Shelby Registry. And now one of them can be yours - if you've got the cash.
Currently up for sale on Bring a Trailer is this 2010 CSX 9000 example painted in stunning Monza Red with silver stripes and a black interior. Power comes courtesy of a 50-state-legal Roush-built Ford 427 cubic inch V8 with a Holley electronic fuel injection rated at over 500 horsepower. All of that power is directed to the rear wheels through a Tremec five-speed manual gearbox.
And in case you're wondering, this example, CSX 9114, has received a California smog exempt registration. The current owner purchased it back in 2018 and has since driven it about 4,000 joyful miles. The body is constructed from fiberglass and the doors and windows were aligned a year ago and a clear protection film was applied to the front end last September. There are Plexiglas covers for the headlights and driving lights have also been installed. The sale also includes a personal note from Pete Brock himself detailing the car's modifications.
Some of these include door pulls with etched Carroll Shelby signatures, Peter Brock emblems above the side pipes, and Halibrand-style 18-inch wheels sourced from American Racing. Those wheels are wrapped in staggered-width Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ rubber. There are four-wheel discs and Shelby-branded front calipers.
Inside you'll find a 180-mph speedometer, oil temperature and pressure, voltage, and fuel level readouts in the dash, and a Shelby plaque with the chassis number located above the stereo. Open the rear hatch and you'll find a spare tire kit, roll bars, and a fire extinguisher. The sale also includes some spare parts, car cover, and all service records.
There's already a $100,000 bid as of this writing with the auction set to end next week. Sure, you could easily buy a new Ford Mustang Shelby GT500, which can also exceed the six-figure mark when fully-loaded, but it wouldn't be quite the same experience as having this rare Shelby Daytona Coupe parked in your garage. Not even close.