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!!