Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
The 2003 Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible was known as The Terminator because it gives you a powerful supercharged V8 and the sharp-handling fully independent suspension to enjoy it. This package was only available for two years, and so you know the collectors are already looking for well-presented examples like this speedy drop-top.
This is a terrific Mustang for those who love the look of performance. Ford's SVT (Special Vehicle Team) upgraded this with a more aggressive front bumper, dual vents in the hood, a stylish body kit, and a well-integrated big rear spoiler. And when the top is down, you even have a roll bar that adds both strength and speedy style. The low mileage on the odometer tells us this one hasn't spent the last two decades of commuter duty, but the condition of the body and paint already tells you that, too. It's the factory application, and the glossy black has a piano-like luster as it shows off the well-fitting panels. And tinted windows and a black convertible top give this a means a midnight attitude.
Taking down the roof reveals a new side to this beast. After all, you still get the black accents that go with the exterior, but it's not a full triple-black package. Instead, tan suede-like inserts in the leather seats give this a nice look of timeless sophistication. And the low mileage means this is still looking quite clean and complete. It gives this an upper-class feel that's continued with the car's long list of features. This includes power locks, keyless entry/alarm, cruise control, dual front airbags, ABS, and an AM/FM stereo with an in-dash six-disc changer. Power windows and a power convertible top make it easy to open up to the world, and with cold-blowing air conditioning, you'll want to do it even in the middle of the summer. Of course, this Cobra is a true driver's machine. Your high-back bucket seat power adjusts to the ideal driving position, the sport steering wheel is on a tilt column, and these SVT cars get a special gauge package full of crisp white-faced readouts.
The motor is where this Terminator earns its name. 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 the SVT grout added a supercharger on top. This was rated at 390 horsepower from the factory, which is already awesome. But this one utilizes a BBK header package and upgraded exhaust to give you an added hit of power and a terrific rumble. You take full control of this awesome power and its thunderous soundtrack 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 on SVT 17-inch wheels complete this total performance setup.
Complete with SVT certification certificates, it's believed that there were less than 2,100 Terminator Cobra convertibles done in black over the two-year run. So you know the kind of desirability and collectability this one has. So hurry up while it's still affordable. Call today!!!
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