Owner: Scott Holley
Occupation: Wealth Management Pres
Location: IN
Model: Superformance Mk-III S/C
Car_Number: 2720
Odometer_Miles: 6,527
Year_Car_Built: 2007
Car_Receive_Date: April 1, 2008
Purch_From: Dynamic
Car_Purpose: Weekend Cruising
Color: Indigo Blue/No stripe

Engine_Builder: Performance Enginerng
Engine: 351 windsor style block
Actual_Cubic_Inches: 427
HP_and_Torq: 593hp/570tq (dyno)
Cyl_Block: Windsor
Cyl_Heads: AFR
Induction: AED 750, Victor Jr.
Compression_Ratio: 10.5:1
Top_Speed_Seen: 153 (gps)
Longest_Trip_Driven: 1,650 miles
Transmission: TKO 500

Rear_End_Ratio: Dana 3.46
Rims: 15" street 17" track
Tires: Goodyear street/Hoosier track
Suspension: QA1, 450 front and rear
Sway_Bars: GTP
Date_Submitted: 11/20/09
SPF_Owner_Since: April 1, 2008
Other_Mods: transmission gears, Kaaz ltd. slip, oil cooler & lines, Accusump, other suspension mods

For as long as I can remember I was hooked on cars. In the mid sixties I competed regionally as a youngster in slot car racing. The first 1/24th scale slot car I built was a 1965 Cobra SC. I determined if I ever had the resources I would have the real thing as I thought it to be the absolute coolest car ever made. The 2nd slot car I built was a GT40 and it might be next on my list. Life moved on and I got hooked on racing, having road raced Porsches for many years and yet in the back of my mind the Cobra was always lurking. When I knew I was officially retiring from road racing I had to have some toys to keep me satisfied, and first on the list was the Cobra. I looked at all of them including the kit cars as I have always designed and built car stuff. A very good friend of mine persuaded me to look seriously at the CSX and the Superformance. I can't be a collector I have to drive them, and this convinced me that the price of a Superformance had all of the other options beat. The first drive was exactly as I had expected, brute force, muscle and incredible looks with absolutely no finesse just like the real McCoy! Superformance has done an incredible job duplicating the look and feel of the original, but I could not leave it alone and began developing the finesse. After many suspension modifications and building the motor I really wanted from the beginning, it is absolutely the most fun car of any type I have ever owned. It still looks just like the real McCoy but will handle, accelerate, and stop with the very best of supercars made today. My wife Debbie and I cruise regularly, and the car sees a few road courses each year as I instruct for a couple of car clubs. Even my wife hits the track, and behind the wheel says it is an incredible car and why would I ever want anything else. That is another story. Having joined SCOF early on has only made the experience better. We went on our first  Supercruise  this year with SCOF and can say this was one of the most incredible car trips we were ever on. Not just the roads and the sights, but the people of SCOF make all of these events some of the most memorable of life s experiences. Looking forward to many more. See ya on the road and at the track.