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Cobra Industries was a Motorhome, Mini Motorhome, Fifth Wheel and Dodge, Ford and Chevy Van Conversion company that goes back to the 1970s. They were based out of Elkhart Indiana, a popular state for conversion companies. They had over 200 dealers from coast to coast, in Canada and in Europe. In the '90s they were based out of Goshen, Indiana. Cobra Industries filed for Chapter 11 protection Oct. 27 1995 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Del. Advantage Enterprises marketed conversion vans under the Advantage, Cobra and Rockwood brands. Advantage acquired the rights to manufacture van conversions under the Cobra brand in 1993 from Cobra Industries.

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Below are Suburbans between 1973 and 1991 (7th Generation) with the Cobra Conversion Packages installed.

1990 Chevy Suburban Cobra Limited Edition Conversion


Link to where I found this 1990 Chevrolet Suburban Cobra Limited Edition Conversion here.

Description: 1990 cobra conversion limited edition. has 350tbi, has detroit locker rear and 4x4 works perfectly with manual front hubs. 700r4 transmission fully rebuilt 14k miles ago. The suburban we drove from FL to PA 6x a year over the past 12years with no problems on the highway. the suburban gets 20miles per gallon on the highway. The tires and brakes have only 2000 miles on them and are like brand new. The suburban has been stored in the garage/barn for the past 14 years. The a/c was converted to 134a and would need to have 2 cans of freon and will cool great. The suburban has cobra limited edition conversion with custom paint job. The interior is extremely comfortable with front and rear heat and a/c. Located in Johnsonburg Pennsalvania, for sale on Craigslist back on July 4, 2015 for $3500.



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