1996 Ford Mustang Cobra in White, New Tires, Leather, Passed Dealer Inspection, COBRA COBRA LOW MILES, and THE ONE YOU WANT. 4.6L V8 SMPI. You'll be hard pressed to find a cleaner 1996 Ford Mustang at this price than this low-mileage creampuff. It's the combination of advanced design and precision engineering that makes the 4.6L V8 SMPI engine such an impressive powerplant. This car is nicely equipped with features such as 1996 Ford Mustang Cobra in White, 4.6L V8 SMPI, COBRA COBRA LOW MILES, Leather, New Tires, Passed Dealer Inspection, and THE ONE YOU WANT. Price may reflect incentive not compatible with Special APR. All prices do not include tax, tags and $499 PROCESSING FEE.
This 1999 Ford Mustang 2dr REAL COBRA, VORTECH SUPERCHARGED, LOTS OF UPGRADES, FAST features a 4.6L 8 CYLINDER 8cyl Gasoline engine. It is equipped with a 5 Speed Manual transmission. The vehicle is White with a Brown & Tan Leather interior. It is offered As-Is, not covered by a warranty. - Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Power Mirrors, Leather Steering Wheel, Power Drivers Seat, Clock, Tachometer, Tilt Steering Wheel, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Keyless Entry, Security System, ABS Brakes, Traction Control, Rear Defogger, Fog Lights, Intermittent Wipers, AM/FM, Cassette, CD Player, Anti-Theft, Leather Interior Surface, Carpeted Floor Mats, Center Arm Rest, Center Console, Chrome Exhaust Tips, Cup Holders, Power Brakes, Premium Alloy Wheels, Premium Sound, Rear Spoiler, Rear Spoiler, Remote Trunk Lid, Sport Seats, Vanity Mirrors - Contact our dealership or for more information. - -
1994 Ford Mustang Cobra 5.0L V8. Only 35,000 miles. Ford re-introduced the Cobra in mid-1994 featuring the new styling as well as larger brakes, a revised suspension setup and wider wheels than the outgoing version, a GT-40 lower intake and Cobra specific upper intake as well as GT-40 cast iron heads. Power was boosted to 240 hp (180 kW). Crystal White, and Black. Differences between GT and Cobra included the front bumper (Cobras feature round fog lights), Cobra-specific wheels. Does have long tube headers, h-pipe ehaust, and air-intake done. Car is primarily stock. This cobra is in excellent condition! A true classic for any collector. For more info call John .
The new 1994 Ford Mustang was a big deal when it debuted, but if you want to commemorate this leap forward, what you really want is the hottest one around, the SVT Cobra. So for the collector out there, this ultra-low mileage example comes complete with the desirable Borla exhaust and even SVO side pipes all for quite a nice price. A benchmark Mustang needs to have all the right touches in place. A great example is the factory Rio Red. The original paint still has the kind of luster that will give you pride at the car shows, and that's thanks to careful ownership and averaging less than 1,500 miles annually. This one still carries all the great Cobra touches up front, like the unique fascia, hood scoops, and coiled snake badges. And in the rear there's the proper spoiler with LED brake light. But as you look at the profile, you start to notice the more aggressive body kit running down the side. It's Ford's desirable SVO kit with attention-grabbing stainless dual side pipes. And of course, there' no missing the shiny black versions of the later 17-inch Cobra factory alloys. There's a premium feeling on the inside, too. The SN-95 redesign finally gave the Mustang a world-class cockpit, and the Cobra got every comfort and convenience option in the Mustang catalog as standard equipment from the factory. For you it starts with those supremely comfortable tan leather power front seats. The performance buckets are deeply bolstered, which is a good idea considering this car's performance. White-faced analog gauges, a leather-wrapped wheel, cruise control, and a five-speed stick were also all part of the performance package for the driver. Plus, power windows, power locks, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, and provisions for air conditioning make this a true modern classic. There's even an upgrade to a newer AM/FM/CD stereo, but lovers of originality will also be happy that the factory unit also comes with the sale. And speaking of originality, you might want to take note of how clean everything is inside. There has been so much care that even the floor mats were turned over so they wouldn't get worn. Ford's venerable 302 cubic inch V8 (AKA the 5.0) was revised for 1994, adding a few extra ponies to the Cobra for a total of 240 horsepower. The cast aluminum intake manifold was unique to this model, along with GT40 iron heads, a roller valvetrain, larger fuel injectors, and a 70mm throttle body. This Mustang is remarkable in that the numbers-matching powerplant looks just like the day it left the factory, right down to the rubber boot over the distributor. In fact, it appears all the factory markings are visible and the stickers are still in place it's a level of care and preservation that is becoming rarer every day. But just because of this appearance don't be afraid to add some extra miles to the odometer. After all the BBK H-pipe exhaust feeding the Borla mufflers really makes this Cobra a special treat for the ears. And you're in complete control of this symphony as you run row through the five-speed manual transmission. Handling is also worthy the Cobra name thanks to the limited slip rear end and four-wheel disc brakes. Complete with a Marti Report, factory buildsheet, warranty card, and owner's manual, this is a first-year SN-95 Mustang Cobra that has been correctly respected from day one. So when something this desirable is also affordable, you know you have to hurry to take it home. Call now!
Ford invested heavily in the Cobra to make it different from the GT, and by 1999, the Mustang Cobra was a world-class performance car with a silky-smooth 32-valve V8, chiseled lines that were also traditional, and a leather-lined interior that looked like it belonged in a much more expensive car. Today, these are screaming bargains, offering 300-horsepower performance for pennies on the dollar. The truly shocking thing about this 1999 Cobra is that it's almost completely unmodified. If you're familiar with Mustangs, then you're familiar with the world's biggest performance aftermarket, and it's downright amazing that none of those hop-up parts have found their way onto this car. With just one owner from new and only 21,953 original miles, this white Cobra keeps to the stock look and has obviously never been raced or abused. The paint is in decent condition, but a professional buff job would probably really wake it up and transform the car in a big way. Cobras received their own front and rear fascias, so they're easy to identify on the roll, and they weren't so crazy low that the chin took a beating. This car has been well-kept, and given the usual life of a Mustang of any type, that's a rare find indeed. The black leather interior is simply gorgeous. Is this really a Mustang? The nicely bolstered seats are grippy, which is what you want in a car that can corner like this, and there are Cobra emblems everywhere you look (what, was this car built by Carroll Shelby?). Cobras came only one way: loaded. As a result, things like A/C, power windows, locks, and driver's seat, cruise control, and a tilt wheel were standard equipment. Cobras also got special white-faced gauges from the factory and you'll note the redline on that tach is way up there by 7000 RPM. The seats show very little wear, again a testament to both the quality of the Cobra and the care it has received. Everything works, of course, and your new Cobra only came with a 5-speed manual gearbox in 1999. The back seat is reasonably-sized for adults and there's a nicely shaped trunk with plenty of room, making this a machine you can actually use as a real car. The 4.6-liter DOHC V8 rips through the gears with a zeal that the old 5.0 could only dream of. Smooth and willing to rev, it was highly developed by Ford to represent the very best powerplant they could muster. The bottom-end was virtually indestructible and the heavy-breathing heads made it feel like it could pull forever. And yes, there is an insane number of performance upgrades available, none of which made it on to this car. That means no street racing, no abuse, no questionable workmanship, making this the right car for the guy who appreciates a great pedigree. The 5-speed manual transmission shifts easily and the 8.8-inch rear end will stand up to the 4.6 for years to come, as the aftermarket has proven time and again, these cars are hard to break. The chassis is a lot stouter than the old 5.0 you remember, and with that unusual limited production independent rear suspension, the Cobra rides rather well. Giant 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS take the drama out of all that horsepower and live behind some of the most gorgeous wheels ever fitted to a Ford. Those 5-spoke alloys carry stock-sized 245/45/17 performance radials, so it's ready to rock. With just one owner and low miles, this is an awesome way to get some big horsepower Mustang fun with big horsepower without breaking the bank. Call today!