PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT TO VIEW! 1994 Ford Mustang Cobra SVT Convertible, Rio Red with Saddle Leather and Tan Top with only 14 Miles! These are the only photos we have at this time. If you like to see this car, it is currently on displayed at our Backing Up Classic Auto Museum in Concord NC. The address there is 4545 Concord Parkway South Concord NC 28025. We have serveral others for sale at this location. Morrison Motor Company has been in business since 1970! Family Owned and Operated! Why buy from us? We want to make your vehicle buying experience as easy as possible. A couple of ways that we do this is hassle free pricing, easy financing if needed, and don't charge all the high fees like other dealers. It is our company mission to earn your business today and for the future. We do take trade ins also! You can see more pictures of this vehicle and many others at our company website www.morrisonmotorco.com. We are more than happy to give you a detail description. Call Today 704-782-7716! A/C,Automatic Climate Control,Anti-Lock Brakes,Aluminum/Alloy Wheels,AM-FM Stereo,Convertable Top,Cruise Control,CD / Changer,Fog Lights,Leather Upholstry,Power Door Locks,Power Seats,Power Steering,Power Windows,Rear Window Defogger
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