This 1994 Mustang Cobra convertible has 51 actual miles on the
odometer. It was kept by its original selling dealer, Ron Tirapelli
Ford, as a showroom traffic builder its entire life until 2020.
Powered by a 5.0-liter super high-performance V8 engine paired to a
5-speed manual transmission. Only 1,000 Cobra convertibles were
built in 1994, all in Rio Red with a saddle leather interior, and
all were pace car replicas. As it was meant for display, the dealer
installed the Indy pace car stripes and emblems, and a complete
extra set is also included with the sale. This car also has the
only option package available, which includes the Mach 460 sound
system with CD player, rear defroster, cruise control, keyless
entry, illuminated entry, CFC-free air conditioning and front floor
mats. The engine compartment has spotless aluminum and bare steel
parts. All inspection marks and paper part tags are still in place
on the 240hp mill, upgraded from the GT engine by way of a set of
GT40 cylinder heads, a high-flow GT40-style intake manifold, a
larger camshaft with roller rockers, specific laminated steel valve
covers, a larger throttle body, higher-flow injectors and more.
Accompanying this Cobra are the original books and keys, the
original invoice, the original Window Sticker, SVT certificate of
authenticity, the original deal jacket, a full spare set of pace
car decals and emblems in their original box, tonneau cover, unused
floor mats in their original packaging and more.