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We never had a chance. This "real-deal" '66 Cobra was bought new and street driven until 1970 when it moved to "occasional race" duty. With a 427 FE dry-sump engine putting 600 hp to the rear wheels, this 2,500-pound car dominated every event. Add in the fact that it was driven by five-time National Solo II champion and autocross school founder, Jim McKamey, and the rest of us were relegated to fighting for second place. You have to give props to anyone who would flog a real Cobra with under 11,000 original miles on the clock. Congrats to both the owner, Bruce Cambern, and McKamey on the win!