Testimonials
ACTON Tour

Nick & Bonni, thanks so much for allowing me to tour your facilities recently! You clearly possess the proper experience and a complete knowledge of the history, the systems and components of the Shelby Cobra. I am especially impressed with your ability to produce many of this car's more complex components with such thorough attention to detail, quality and the needs of your customers. The Cobra projects underway at your site, both contemporary and classic restorations, are proof that you have earned the respect of some of the country's top Cobra experts and collectors. Congratulations and thanks again for the amazing tour!
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News Article

Hello Mr. Acton, My name is Jeff Ferland. I'm a reporter with the Salmon Press and I would like to interview you for a profile article on you and your unique company Acton Custom Enterprises. I attended your open house Sunday and was very impressed to say the least at the beautiful collection of machines in your yard. We would have spoke more then but you seemed a bit busy and I didn't want to take up too much of your time while you were hosting an event. I look forward to hearing from you.
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Years of GREAT Service

Years of GREAT Service

Nick & Bonni have been servicing our Superformance for years. They are very professional and always accommodating to our long distance relationship. Their love for Cobras in general is reflected in the care they give to our car. Thank you for all you have done in the past and my hope is to continue for many years to come. John C. Sherman
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Custom Competition Dash

Nick worked with me to custom build a modified competition dash with added custom glove box. Nick was a pleasure to work with. I have a real attention to detail and Nick was quick to respond to all questions and built the dash to exact specifications. I couldn't be happier with how it turned out. The custom glove box is perfect going to look great in my 20th Ann Factory Five Roadster! Thanks Nick for a great job. Cheers
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Acton Custom Best Of The Best

I trailered my 1991 427FE Contemporary Cobra to NH to have Nick install a watts linkage of his own design. Nick and Bonni are amazing and very gracious people with a phenomenal knowledge of Cobra's. The install went great and while looking my car over Nick didn't miss a beat. Quite a few other issues were discovered and corrected by Nick while I was there. When we were finished, I tested out the car and it performed flawlessly. The wheel hop, shake and trounce that I had been experiencing were virtually eliminated during a few good hard launches and it felt like a different car. I'm quite particular with my cars and pleased to say that Nick possesses all the knowledge and experience that I look for when having my Cobra worked on. Thanks Nick and Bonni! Charlie Malo
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Puller Fan

Puller Fan

$300.00

Big motor small nose is the classic high under hood temperature scenario. Street driven Cobras were among the earliest cars to have electric puller fans with a thermally operated switch. This is the extreme performance 16" Spal puller fan. It has a non sealed motor with a huge 3000 cfm air flow rating. Used with single or dual pushers you can watch the temperature gauge drop when they kick on. The 12 volt motor draws a total of 26 amps. It is fitted right against the radiator core and is slim and discreet with only 3.65" max depth. The fan is a balanced, high efficiency curved blade design. This is a must have for warmer climates and high horsepower applications. It has easily installed brackets available to go right on your original Serck or modern Fluidyne radiator. Also available is a mounting shroud with flaps to allow airflow while moving and close when the puller is running. We have fan harnesses, switches, breakers and other parts available and highly recommend correct wire gauge selection and installation.

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  • Model: CSX Shelby all Cobras
  • 1 Units in Stock


This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 18 November, 2012.

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