Shelby Daytona Coupe

The Shelby Daytona Coupe

The first and only American made car to win the World Manufacturer’s Championship for Grand Touring Racecars, the Daytona Coupe transformed American road racing. Originally referred to as the "Daytona Car," the coupe officially earned its name while being built for the Daytona race.

The Daytona Coupe combines innovations of the past, technology from the future and captivating style to deliver a new generation of classic muscle.

Standard Equipment

  • Vinylestere and glass composite body
  • Show quality paint finishes with many standard colors
  • Fully independent front and rear suspension
  • Tubular space frame constructed of mild steel
  • Limited slip differential
  • Coil over progressive shocks & springs
  • Four-wheel vented disc brakes, power assisted calipers
  • Power assisted rack and pinion steering
  • Aluminum radiator/oil cooler with dual electric fans
  • Oil cooler and braided lines
  • Side exit headers and side pipes
  • Custom air conditioning system
  • Tinted front, side and rear windows
  • Stewart Warner electronic gauges
  • Remote door locks and immobilizer system
  • Black leather and Alcantra interior
  • Eligible for the Shelby American Automobile Club owners registry
  • Genuine Shelby CSX9000 chassis
  • Designed by original designers Peter Brock and Bob Negstad

Options

  • Right Hand Drive Conversion
  • LeMans Twin Stripes Front to Rear
  • Transverse Nose Team Stripe
  • Rookie Team Stripe
  • Half of Rear Cove Painted Separate Color
  • Whole Rear Cove Painted Separate Color
  • Pin Striping
  • Wilment Style Stripes
  • Special 2-Stage Paint Color
  • Special 3-Stage Paint Color
  • Sound deadening & Heat Dissipation System
  • Painted Wheels
  • Painted Roundels
  • Ceramic Coated Headers & Pipes
  • Stainless Steel Headers and Pipes
  • 15" or 18" halibrand style wheels

DIMENSIONS and CAPACITIES:

  • Wheelbase: 93"
  • Length: 175"
  • Height: 49"
  • Width: 73.5"
  • Track Front: 57"
  • Track Rear: 61"
  • Fuel Tank: 20.5 gallons
  • Front Wheels: 15x7.5 or 18x9.5
  • Rear Wheels: 15x9.5 or 18x11
  • Tires-Front 225/60 R15 or 245/40 R18
  • Tires-Rear 295/60 R15 or 305/40 R18
  • Chassis: Round ladder chassis
  • Body: Pressed steel roof
  • Front Suspension: Independent with unequal length A-arms, custom Bilstein coil-overs, anti-roll bar
  • Rear Suspension: Independent with unequal length A-arms, custom Bilstein coil-overs, anti-roll bar
  • Steering: Rack and pinion
  • Front Brakes: Vented disc, Shelby caliper
  • Rear Brakes: Vented disc, Shelby caliper
  • Exhaust system: Side exit exhaust or under car rear exit
  • Instrumentation: Stewart Warner
  • Interior: Leather interior, power windows, air-conditioning, imobilizer
  • Recommended Engine: Ford-based 351W small block

CHASSIS:

The chassis Jig-Welded parallel ladder frame of heavy wall round and rectangular steel tubing with large diameter outriggers. Frame incorporates front and rear crumple zones. Door hinge, steering column incorporated onto main chassis.

BODY:

Hand laid fiberglass panels with steel tube reinforcements in all openings. Where the body points carry loads thay are reinforce with steel bars or panels. Body bonded to chassis and is completely non-stressed. Supplied painted in base coat and clear coat urethane finish. Body in aluminum optionally available.

FRONT & REAR SUSPENSION:

The front sports a fully independent unequal length A-arms with adjustable coils-over telescopic shock absorbers, while the rear is also independent unequal length A-arms, with fabricated hub carriers and coil-over shock absorbers.

ENGINE and TRANSMISSION:

The recommended power source is a specially prepared Roush 351w engine with the new Tremec 5 or 6-speed transmission.


PLEASE NOTE:

All Shelby products are supplied complete, but without engines and transmissions. The selection, purchase and installation of the drive train are the responsibility of the purchaser.

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