by JBrown on Dec 3, 2004 Vehicle: 1996 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra 2dr Convertible
I purchased my 96 cobra with 36000 miles on it in 2003 and have loved every min. What a value. My first mustang was a 2000 GT which I had a blast with but kept looking at the 96- 98 cobra and I had to have one. In my opinion this car has one of the greatest sounding engines of all time. i have done a few mods: 1.lowering springs (a must, stock it looks like a 4X4) 2. caster camber plates (to get correct alignment) 3.mac mufflers. With just a few mods the car looks and sounds great.
by matt7571 on Apr 18, 2004 Vehicle: 1996 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra 2dr Convertible
we bought this car as a fund car &
investment. The car is only used in the
sumemr and we have enjoyed it a great
deal. The 96 to 98 cobra's have always
had a place in my heart and the car
still tuns heads, even though it is
getting a few years on it.
by Green Jackal on Oct 30, 2002 Vehicle: 1996 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra 2dr Convertible
I bought this car used in '99 with 12k
miles on it. It already had some
needed modifications on it: subframe
connector (strengthens car) and
aftermarket shifter (improves shift
feel dramatically). I had mine lowered
about 2 inches and put in adjustable
shocks. Handeling improved
dramatically. I hated the stock spongy
feeling suspension. Since I do have a
convertible I do have some squeaking
over uneven pavement. The best thing
about Mustangs are the HUGE aftermarket
for parts. This makes replacement
parts cheap and usually better quality
than the originals. You can customize
these cars to your own personal tastes
for far less than most cars.
Ford's most potent pony gets a 32-valve, 305-horsepower version of the Mustang's new 4.6-liter V8. The Cobra also receives the subtle styling tweaks, such as the vertically themed taillights, that its stablemates received this year.