During the official festivities on Saturday evening at the London Cobra Show the winner of the raffle ticket was drawn.

Todd VP of Superformance attended and was invited to Speak at the event just before the winning ticket was drawn. The discussion centered around the business and how it has affected Todd’s life. He explained how much the Superformance Family and Enthusiasts have meant to Him and his Family.

The Superformance  20th Anniversary MKIII was won by Joe Tomaric from Cleveland Ohio. He was not present at the drawing. The winning ticket was sold on the Internet. Congratulations Joe.

This Superformance MKIII was a limited edition specially built to celebrate 20 years of production in the USA.  The Texas Cobra Club donated a check for the 18” wheels which were supplied with this car.  Roush kindly donated the engine which is a 427SR.

Thank you to all of the sponsor’s.

For the first time ever in London Cobra Show  history every single  ticket for the raffle car was sold, all 10,000 tickets. The last ticket was sold at the show and generously purchased by SCOF's Ron Roberts for $200.00.  Sorry he did not win the car but this all went to a very good cause. 

This was the 10th year anniversary of the London Cobra Show and they announced having reached an accumulative total of over 1 million dollars that they have donated to Cystic Fibrosis through these car raffles.

Thanks to everyone who purchased the raffle tickets and all those who worked behind the scenes to get the tickets sold, graphic design and printed materials made, the website and on line tickets up and running and the car towed to and displayed at a number of events.

 A special Thank You to Juan, Don, the two Dave’s, George, Larry and the Ohio Cobra Club, Randall and the SCOF team for your support, it was much appreciated.

 The Event was a great opportunity for many SCOF members to get together to Bench Race and enjoy each other’s company.

Your donations will help to seek the means to cure and control Cystic Fibrosis and to improve the quality of life for those with the disease.