NAF cobra

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by Eric Lockwood, Jan 13, 2018.

  1. Eric Lockwood

    Eric Lockwood Eric Lockwood Member

    Location:
    Spotsylvania, VA
    Does anyone happen to have the old build manual for a NAF cobra?
     
  2. Scott Harrison

    Scott Harrison "Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional" Staff Member Contributing Member Member

  3. Eric Lockwood

    Eric Lockwood Eric Lockwood Member

    Location:
    Spotsylvania, VA
    I tried the website about four months ago and it went to a different sire that was no longer in business. I'll check this one out. Thank you.
     
  4. Eric Lockwood

    Eric Lockwood Eric Lockwood Member

    Location:
    Spotsylvania, VA
    I just tried this one. It hasn't been updated since 2015.
     
  5. Scott Harrison

    Scott Harrison "Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional" Staff Member Contributing Member Member

    Not sure if these guys are the same owners. They used to be somewhere in the SW...Arizona or New Mexico as I recall.
    I have a friend who had an NAF Cobra (attached photo), but has since sold it. Cannot recall if he had any manuals. I asked if he could get the details on the engine when I was working on the car. He contacted John Kube, the builder but was told it was in some box in his attic/store room and couldn't be bothered to go get it.

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    Last edited: Jan 13, 2018
  6. Scott Harrison

    Scott Harrison "Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional" Staff Member Contributing Member Member

  7. Scott Harrison

    Scott Harrison "Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional" Staff Member Contributing Member Member

    Also, saw this (May 2017) post on CC...
    "Jack Kube owned NAF. Built cars in Tempe or Scottsdale AZ and went out of business in the late 1980s. He moved to the very small town of Superior AZ, where he occasionally built a very few cars. He died several years ago and his widow sold out all the remaining parts and molds. I owned a NAF for 13 years and it was a pretty good car. The fiberglass was very thick and the frame was 2"x4" box rails with 3/16" thickness. There are other NAF owners on CC and perhaps they will chime in.'
     
  8. Eric Lockwood

    Eric Lockwood Eric Lockwood Member

    Location:
    Spotsylvania, VA

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