Tasca Cobra Jets by Dave SnyderBob Tasca Sr. started racing in 1962 with a lightweight 390 Galaxie. Since then this East Providence Rhode Island dealership has been a fixture on the quarter mile stage. Always the innovator and after blowing up a lot of 390 cu. in. engines, Tasca found a way to lead the Blue Oval to win races. He bolted on a pair of old style low riser, higher breathing 427 headers to the high torque 428. Dearborn took notice and the Cobra Jet was born. In Tasca's 1971 A-1 Used Car lot are Cobra Jet powered Mustangs and Torinos, including a few CJ powered King Of The Road Shelbys. Tasca's personal driver is a '69 Boss 429 that was reported to do runs in the 9 seconds. Artist David Snyder pays homage to the CJ in his latest release "Tasca Cobra Jet". The painting has been reproduced as a limited edition print.
Print Size: 17.25"x26" image on 22"x28" heavy stock, Edition Size: 950, S/N Price: $95