AC Cobra Limited Edition Jigsaw Puzzle
There are those who don’t consider the AC Cobra a truly British sports car but, rather, a car of British heritage. Whether you see it an American hotrod or one among many British roadsters with American engines (the Allards come immediately to mind), the Cobra was (and is still) a simply fabulous sports car. While the later 427-powered SC cars are especially popular, the earlier MKI and MKII cars powered by 260CID and 289CID engines respectively maintained the clean lines of the AC Bristol on which they were based.
This Sports Car Art premium 1008-piece jigsaw puzzle builds into a large, 18″ x 36″ image and comes packaged in handsome flip-top box.
Now accepting orders. Puzzles expected to be available mid-May.
$59.95 + plus shipping
10 in stock
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