1993 Ford Mustang Cobra Build number 1542 of 4993. Build Certificate and paperwork included. Clean and Clear title.
I will help with getting the car to you whether shipping, delivering, or picking it up.
Car is an original 1993 Cobra with all black interior. Details are below.
I am asking $17,000
for the car. Call/Text 505-401-5089 or email at email@example.com.
Will entertain trades on '03/'04 Cobras Satin Silver
This is not your average '93 Cobra. This car dyno'd 614 HP and 543 Tq on 91 octane gas with a conservative street tune and only 10lbs of boost. My best time with the car is a 10.65 at 129mph in April of last year also on pump gas with the street tune. The car has seen some street time since then, but is mostly just a garage queen.
The car is completely streetable. I have it registered and insured. It never dies on the street, and idles perfectly. The two times I have had it at the track, it drove to the track, raced, and drove home. No trailers here.
Engine and Drivetrain:
Block: FRPP R302 Built by Keith Craft with receipts and build info
Rotating Assembly: Eagle Crank and H-Beam Rods, JE Pistons, and Hellfire Piston Rings
Cam: Comp Cams
Heads: Edelbrock Victor Jr., Harland Sharp 1.6 Rollers, FRPP Lifters
Intake: Trickflow R-Series
Throttle Body: BBK 75mm
Fuel System: Aeromotive A1000, Sump Tank, Lines. Behind Bars Race Cars Fuel Rails. 72 lb Injectors.
Exhaust: Hooker Super Comp Longtube Headers, BBK H-Pipe, Flowmaster after-cats.
Ignition: MSD 6AL, Blaster Coil, MSD Wires
Cooling: Large NEW Griffin Radiator, Two Electric Fans with shroud.
Power Adder: Vortech T-Trim with several pulleys and the cog pulley setup. Everything from 5lbs of boost to 20lbs of boost. Vortech Aftercooler supplied by a Chiseled Performance tank mounted in the back and pump with 3/4" lines and running through a saleen heat exchange for every day cooling. Extremely nice setup.
Transmission: Performance Automatic Competition C4 with 4,200 Stall, and Hurst Quarter Stick Shifter. Has a trans cooler and a trans brake also. All paperwork on this included.
Rearend: 8.8, Auburn Pro Differential, Moser Axles, 3.27 gears, FRPP Diff Cover.
KMember: UPR Tubular
Control Arms: UPR Tubular
Springs: UPR Coilover
Struts: Lakewood 90/10
Brakes: Stock '93, Line Loc system.
Springs: Stock '93
Shocks: Lakewood 50/50
Control Arms: Steeda Adjustable Upper and Lower
Brakes: '93 Cobra
Subframe Connectors and Eight Point Roll Cage
FAST system with all sensors professionally tuned by The Dyno Edge.
Paint: Car has been repainted the original Teal color. The paint job is great, but there are a couple of minor chips from being driven.
Wheels: Chrome'd '93 Cobra Wheels
Hood: Cervinis 1.5" Cowl Hood, as well as original stock hood.
Seats: Black interior front seats in great shape. No rear seat. '03 Cobra seats are NOT included.
Gauges: Autometer Gauges (Boost, Electric Fuel Pressure, Oil Pressure). Uego Wideband AFR System that works extremely well. Autometer Monster Tach with shift lite.
Stereo: Kenwood Excelon Head Unit with some regular speakers. Not a great sound system, but pretty good for a race car.
There is a ton more I am SURE I am missing. I have more than $40,000 in receipts between the previous owner and myself. All the paperwork I have is included with the car, and there is A LOT of it, a complete binder full of receipts and paperwork. There is SO much I could say about the car, and I could keep going on and on about the things that were done, but call me we can talk about it. LOL
This car was previously featured on the cover and in the April, 2005 issue of 5.0 Mustang. It was mostly built by Paul Bottomley until purchased by me about two years ago or so. The car had been sitting since being featured in 5.0 Magazine, and when I got it here, it didn't run at all. I have put quite a bit of time and money into the car since then, and Chris at the Dyno Edge did everything I couldn't do.
Link to the Article: 1993 Ford Mustang Cobra - Mustang 50 Magazine
Pictures and Video:
-- Please keep in mind that this 10.65 was run in Albuquerque, NM where we are almost a mile high. This is a low 10 second pass (Possibly a 9 second pass) at a lower elevation.