AN AFFORDABLE APPRECIATING COLLECTOR & FUTURE CLASSIC CAR
A 10,700 MILE ONE FAMILY OWNED COBRA CONVERTIBLE
1 of 1000 produced
10,730 Original Miles
Rio Red with Saddle Leather Interior
Has Indy Pace Car Letter Jacket
Has Indianapolis 500 embroidery on Leather Power Bucket Seats
Official Pace Car decals still in the box
Original Window Sticker
Power: 240 bhp @ 4800 rpm
Torque: 285 [email protected] 4000 rpm
3.55:1 limited slip rear end.
5 speed manual transmission.
Mach 460 CD/cassette stereo
Cobra carpeted floor mats
Cruise control and power accessories
A very nice example of a well preserved low-mileage undamaged Mustang Cobra Convertible owned and garage kept by one family since new
ORIGINAL WINDOW STICKER PRICE $23,535
The Cobra convertible was chosen to be the pace car for the 1994 Indy 500 race held in May 1994. To celebrate the honor all 1,000 1994.5 Cobra Convertibles produced were pace car replicas finished in Rio red with saddle tops and interiors. To complete the look “Official Pace Car” decals were supplied in the trunk of every car. The cars weren’t cheap however.
The 1994 Mustang won Motor Trend’s Car of the Year honors and was picked to pace the 78th Indianapolis 500.
The Cobra had 25 more horsepower than the Mustang GT coupe’s 215 horsepower with 5-Speed manual transmission. The power increase came from adding to the stock 5.0-liter V-8 by improving the engine’s breathing characteristics. That meant the addition of special cylinder heads, modified roller-rocker arms, stiffer valve springs, and a specially tuned upper intake manifold. It also has an oil cooler, a lightened flywheel, and an accessory drive system that reduces parasitic power loss. The results were a sprint from zero to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds and 14.6 second quarter mile time.