Ronald Karroll
Occupation: Ford Motor Co. Engineer
Location: LaGrange KY. USA
Model: Superformance Mk-III S/C
Car_Number: 802
Odometer_Miles: 25,230
Year_Car_Built: 2000
Car_Receive_Date: Nov, 26 2000
Purch_From: Dynamic Motorsport (new)
Car_Purpose: Weekend Cruising

Color: Black
Engine_Builder: Precision Motor
Engine: 429/460 style block
Actual_Cubic_Inches: 557
HP_and_Torq: 710 hp/750tq (dyno)
Cyl_Block: cast iron
Cyl_Heads: aluminum- Kaase
Induction: edelbrock air gap
Compression_Ratio: 10.5:1
Best_Fuel_Mileage: 15mpg

Top_Speed_Seen: 155 (speedo)
Longest_Trip_Driven: 3600
Transmission: tko
Rear_End_Ratio: 8.8" 3.73
Rims: WAW 15"
Tires: 275/60 firestone, firehawk
Date_Submitted: 10/27/09
SPF_Owner_Since: Nov, 2000

First time I saw a cobra was in 1966. It was a 427 sitting in the back of a Ford dealer on Long Island. It was wrecked. Finally asked the sales manager what they wanted for the car. The guy told me $3000. I asked the guy why would anybody be that stupid to buy this car when they could buy new for $3600. I worked on a corporate Attorney's car in 1988, which was stored in my garage. In 2000, we were in the market for a new car. My idea was a navigator, her idea was a sable station wagon. After we got the sable, her comment to me was I got mine, what are you going to get? Henceforth we are the proud owners of this Cobra. We both have a lot of fun. We are out enjoying the kids inheritance. Besides I have a real prescription for this car which says, RX for life.