2. 1962 Shelby Cobra “Lance Reventlow” (Barrett-Jackson)
Noted for its pivotal role in the early days of Shelby American, CSX 2032 – more commonly known as the “Lance Reventlow Cobra” – is a true one-of-one. Invoiced to British-born American entrepreneur, racing driver and heir to the Woolworth fortune Lance Reventlow on Jan. 2, 1963, CSX 2032 represents an important chapter in Carroll Shelby’s enduring legacy. As the 32nd Cobra scheduled for production, it was one of only 73 Cobras fitted with the early 260ci Hi-Po V8 engine. Wonderfully documented, CSX 2032 boasts a storied history all its own. The car still maintains its original body, frame and chassis and is one of the most important cars to the legacy of all Cobras built and all Shelbys still being built today.