Hot Rods are very proud to announce the birth of
a new project the "Zelby 427".
The brief that Ziggy
gave himself was a "WHAT IF" scenario.
We all know that in that period Ford had expressed
a interest in acquiring Ferrari, we now know this
never happened...but "what if " it had
?? "What if " Shelby had decided that
he wanted to race in Europe and base himself out
of the newly acquired Ferrari workshop ?? "What
if " Shelby and Enzo Ferrari had collaborated
on combining the very best of European chic and
American muscle, if this was a real life story
we believe it would have resulted in the creation
of our "ZELBY 427" project, the way
it would have looked if it had been built for
427" which incorporates the very latest in
current day automotive technologies.Motivated
by a Roush Racing built 427SR, a EFI stack injected
Windsor powerhouse based on dart block and heads
producing 600 plus horsepower on pump gas. Gears
move by a 5 speed Tremec TKO 600 built by USA
based legends Bowler Transmissions. Chris Alston
Chasisworks and Total Control Mustang front suspension
system with triangulated four bar rear end incorporating
a fabricated 9" housing driving strange diff
centre and axles. Brakes are Baer mono billet
block six spot callipers all round with 15"
slotted rotors. Ziggy's have designed a one off
wheel, built by Budnik Wheels. Sound will be provided
by Kicker audio. Paint by Glasurit. Coach built
by Ziggy's with countless body modifications.
Designed by Ziggy, rendered by Bo Zolland, Sweden.
Built for the street by the team at Ziggy's with
pride. Watch for "ZELBY 427" appearing
on a street near you.
is planned to debut, in raw unfinished form, at
MotorEX 2010 July, Homebush, Sydney. The team
from Ziggy's look forward to meeting you there
Check out the "Zelby
427" Project Page for build photos.