The story is now legendary. The result of that 90 grind was an automotive icon that went on to win the grueling 1964 twenty-four hour endurance race, Le Mans, in its very first year! A heart-thumping moment recently captured on the big screen in the blockbuster movie, "Ford vs. Ferrari."
But the history behind that build is just as fascinating. Starting with the a rolling chassis, the Shelby American team built the skeleton of the now-famous race car out of wood, forming what's known as a trellis -- the frame upon which the aluminum exterior of the Shelby Cobra Dayona Coupe would be built.
Relive this unforgettable moment in automotive design and racing history with the most detailed Cobra Daytona Coupe Trellis model ever made! A superlative and exceptionally hand crafted 1964 Cobra Daytona Coupe Rolling Wood Trellis, built with real wood with highly-detailed, fully-wired and plumbed engine in a strictly Limited Edition of 555 Pieces.