Owner: Robert Gurevitz
Occupation: Plant Engineer (r)
Location: Schererville, Ind. USA
Model: Superformance Mk-III S/C
Car_Number: 1992
Odometer_Miles: 9,100
Year_Car_Built: 2004
Car_Receive_Date: Dec 9, 2004
Purch_From: DMS Ohio (new)
Car_Purpose: Weekend Cruising
Color: Titanium Silver, /  Lt. Silver
Engine_Builder: Performance Engr.

Engine: 302 style block
Actual_Cubic_Inches: 331
HP_and_Torq: 432 hp / 384tq (est)
Cyl_Block: windsor
Cyl_Heads: Edelbrock Performer rpm
Induction: Edelbrock  F28 dual 500 cfm
Compression_Ratio: 10.25;1
Best_Fuel_Mileage: 10 mpg
Top_Speed_Seen: 105 (speedo)
Longest_Trip_Driven: 50 miles
Transmission: tremec  TKO
Rear_End_Ratio: 3.73:1

Rims: WAW knock off
Tires: BFG T/A  p255 frt,  p295 rear
Suspension: bilstien coil overs
Date_Submitted: 11/13/09
SPF_Owner_Since: Dec 9, 2004
Other_Details: Silver Anniversary Diamond Edition
Other_Mods: Edelbrock F28, Dual Quads, Hi Fire Ignition, MSD Pro Billet Distr. Custom Ground Hydraulic Roller

While attending The Chicago World Of Wheels with my daughter some 20+ years ago, my young daughter grabbed my arm and said she just saw the coolest car in the show.  She pulled me around several other cars and a large column, and low an behold, sitting in front of me was an all original dark blue/white stiped 427 Shelby AC cobra.  It was truly awesome.  Right then I told her that one day I'm going to own one.  Little did I know, it would cost me more money then I would ever have to own an original.  Well, some 20+ years later I realized my dream, but it turns out, its not an original Cobra, just the next best thing, a Superformance.