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The 2004 Ford Mustang Cobra SVT was an instant collector car. In 2003-2004 these were called the Terminator Cobras. They kept the independent rear suspension that was only on these specialized ponies, and it's a special year where they added a supercharger on top of the V8. So when you have such an awesome performance package, it only gets better on a one-owner, low-mileage example.
While a nickname like Terminator will make you think of darkness and intimidation, this one can't help but be bold in its factory Screaming Yellow. It has the kind of gloss and shine that reminds you this car has averaged less than 1,200 annually. Plus, it gets even brighter with polished pieces like the dual exhaust tips and optional five-spoke chrome wheels. There are some signs of use that come with age, but it remains a vivid coupe that looks like it could glow in the dark. They revised the Cobra look for this short two-year Terminator run. It includes a beefy front bumper, new rear fascia, full trunk spoiler, and a heat extractor hood for the new beast underneath.
The Dark Charcoal interior has a timelessly cool contrast to the yellow exterior, and the black demeanor makes it feel like this coupe wants to get down to speedy business. There's Cobra badging on the dash, wheel, and stitched into the back of the leather-trimmed sport bucket seats. And because this is a low-mileage Mustang, you can also see how there's plenty of sophistication within this darkness. This has desirable features like cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, power steering, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, and the factory AM/FM/CD changer stereo. The driver's seat power adjusts to make getting in the ideal driving position easy. The leather-wrapped steering wheel is on a tilt column, and so you can get a nice view of the white-faced SVT gauges. Plus, the stick shift is just where you want your right hand to fall.
The Terminator name has everything to do with the motor. So you have a well-done presentation with some nice yellow details for added boldness. The fuel-injected DOHC 4.6-liter V8 is a 32-valve motor that delivers great all-around performance. So it only got better when Ford's Special Vehicle Team (SVT) added a supercharger on top. This was rated at 390 horsepower from the factory, which would be great for most of us, but this one really turns it up a notch. It inhales deeper with a BBK cold air intake, and this exhales with added power and authority as BBK headers feed into a Flowmaster dual exhaust. You take full control of this awesome power package thanks to the six-speed manual transmission. And speaking of control, the SVT cars are the only fourth-gen Mustangs that came from the factory with a fully independent rear suspension. Plus, a massive four-wheel power disc brake package, Bilstein shocks, and modern sport tires complete this total performance setup.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, SVT certificate, and the owner's manual packet. There were only 3,768 Terminator Mustang coupes built in this final year, and this one has the look and power to live up to its growing legend. So don't miss this deal, call today!
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