Cobra show makes for impressive sight in downtown London

(Posted June 25, 2024)

By Pat Donahue, Staff Photographer

The London Cobra Show took place June 22 in downtown London. Hosted by the Ohio Cobra Club, the event attracts more than 200 cars from across the country and Canada.

Rick Conaway of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, gives his 1965 Street Roadster a final wipe-down at the start of the London Cobra Show held June 22 in downtown London. Conaway had his Cobra built by Superformance three years ago to his specifications, including an original 1965 color, “Rangoon Red.”
Along for the ride is Jeremy Nelson, 18, of Dayton. Behind the wheel of a 1965 model Cobra is Brian Freer of Powell. The two met at this year’s London Cobra Show, hosted by the Ohio Cobra Club on June 22. For a $10 donation, visitors could go for a ride in a Cobra. Proceeds benefited the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
With their hoods up, cars in the annual London Cobra Show are ready for visitors to take a look at what they’re made of.
More than 200 Cobras made it to this year’s show from all over the United States and some from Canada.
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