800 Derita Road, Ste. A
At first glance, this might just look like the kind of 1993 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra that you'd want to greet into your new class of classics. But as you look closer, you're going to see clues that this is really a reinforced build with a 1,000+ hp supercharged NASCAR engine. Oh yeah! This is a sleeper that eats asphalt everywhere from the local boulevard to a pro drag strip. The "rebuilt" title brand can be disregarded because this vehicle has been gone through extensively.
The third-generation Mustang was having its swan song in 1993, but the Special Vehicle Team (SVT) at Ford decided to send it off with something extraordinary. They made this final year the time for the Cobra package. So the body of this car is already in-demand before you look at all the beast beneath the skin. The factory gave the exterior subtle upgrades with a new grille up front, vintage pony emblem in place of the blue oval, and chrome cobras on the fenders. The rear has some interesting features such as a unique SVT spoiler, and a new light arrangement not seen since the rare Mustang SVO. The 7-spoke, 17-inch aluminum wheels are unique to these one-year only Cobras, too. This is a great stock-looking car, right down to the correct shade of slick red. In fact, you only real clue to how big a dominator this is the addition of the lightweight fiberglass hood with tall cowl and locking pins.
Inside the modifications are more apparent. It retains stock elements, like the dash, steering wheel, power windows, power steering, power locks, and back seat. But they wisely added race-ready substance in this car rather than just keep the interior a sleeper. After all, a creation this wicked needs elements like the full AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges, fire extinguisher, and competition-style roll bar. Plus, the Corbeau Racing Seats and G-Force five-point racing harnesses are finished in a bright red to match the exterior.
You'll love lifting the hood wherever you park, because this beastly motor has such a tidy appearance. That's because you're looking at full professional build by House of Boost in Kansas City. They took a 358 cubic-inch V8 from a NASCAR Yates/Elliott Winston Cup Series block and then upgraded this already competition-ready powerhouse. This includes adding fuel injection, Big Stuff 3 ECU, NASCAR-spec Edelbrock Victor intake, custom camshaft w/roller rockers, and Kooks headers. And oh yeah, they also added a ton of instant boost thanks to the ProCharger F-2 supercharger. More than just the right go-fast goodies, they made sure this all has proper cooling for substance and performance, including a ProCharger Race intercooler, Snow Performance water-methanol injection, and a custom two-row aluminum radiator. It's a full package that has been dynoed to deliver 1015 horsepower to the rear wheels! Making sure that power gets reliably to the ground are stout components, like a Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission, SPEC triple-disc clutch, and a limited slip Moser 9-inch rear w/33-inch spline axles. The suspension now includes tubular A-arms w/ coilovers up front, reinforced four-link rear, and four-wheel disc brakes.
There's not enough room to go over all the cool upgrades, so call us for the full details. But just know this already recognized as one of the baddest Fox-bodied Mustang around. We even have the magazine cover stories and SEMA info to prove it. So if you want to bring serious power to the streets, call today!
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