The fourth-generation 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 1995 Ford Mustang Cobra
is the prime example with low mileage, great docs, and an overall
exceptional preservation. And best of all, this mean Mustang is
available for a truly obtainable price.
This is the kind of car you want if you're a collector. These Cobras were the pinnacle for a new era in Mustangs, and this one celebrates it by being in a top preserved condition. Take a look at the factory Crystal White. 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 750 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 and horizontal taillights that were only around for a few years. Plus, the SVT (Special Vehicle Team) badge lets you know this was developed by the real enthusiasts at Ford. This is a modern design of a modern muscle machine, but it still shows its classic American spirit with brightwork. Only now it's used to showcase some of the most aggressive features like the large dual exhaust pipes and 17-inch factory alloys that still shine like new.
This Cobra continues its carefully preserved feeling on the inside, too. The combination of black leather with white exterior was rare in '95 - only around 500 coupes were built in this spec. You can easily tell this car was babied for its low mileage lifetime. The leather looks amazing, and even the driver's bucket shows it still has what it takes to keep you comfortable and planted in the tight corners. The Cobra got every comfort and convenience option in the Mustang catalog as standard equipment from the factory. So the driver gets a great performance package that includes white-faced analog gauges, a leather-wrapped wheel, cruise control, power adjustable seat, and a five-speed stick shift. Plus, power windows, power locks, premium factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, and ice-cold air conditioning will keep everyone happy. This modern classic also lets you take advantage of safety features like dual airbags and anti-lock brakes.
Ford's legendary 302 cubic inch V8 (AKA the 5.0) was revised for the new Mustang generation, which added 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. Since the car has been so well preserved thus far, you'll be quite happy to know that this numbers-matching powerplant looks as fresh as the day it left Dearborn. In fact, take note of how everything is correctly in place, right down to the instructions on the radiator shroud. But just because this a time capsule of a Cobra, we wouldn't blame you for adding miles to the odometer. After all, hearing the V8 roar as you row through the gears is what the Cobra experience is all about. Plus, four-wheel disc brakes and modern Goodyear Eagle GS tires make this a total performance package.
Complete with the original window sticker, owner's manual, and SVT certificate, this is a low mileage future classic with all the right moves. So when preservation meets affordability, you know this deal won't last long. Call today!!!
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