Classic Auto Mall
6180 Morgantown Road
1994 Ford Mustang Cobra Indy Pace Car
Only 3 times in the long history of the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing" the Indianapolis 500, has there been a Ford Mustang acting as the official pace car: 1964, 1979, and 1994. Each of these years Ford capitalized on this event by building replicas, and this time is doing so in a very limited edition of 1,000. Each an Identical Rio Red, everything is standard, and all convertibles, these Cobras have no decals (although included) but a single Indy 500 winged emblem on its deckled.
For consignment a 31, (you heard correctly Thirty-One) mile '94 Mustang Pace Car, confirmed, and just like New In Box (NIB). Number 290 of 1,000 purchased and held all this time by 1 owner. Folks it does not get any better than this.
Rio Red with the winged Indianapolis logo out front, the Cobra Snake logo on the quarter panels and tan canvas convertible top. A rear spoiler is attached, and a foursome of 17 x 8 inch 5 spoke alloy wheels are seen. Round fog lamps unique to this Cobra are imbedded into the front fascia. All self-adhesive decals are in original factory box, as well as the boot for the convertible top.
Stitched tan leather buckets flank a curvaceous center console which undulates its way up to a two-tone black and tan dash. Inset are white field gauges with black markings, and on the odometer is the confirmed 31 original miles. Black threaded embroidered Indianapolis logos are at the top of each tall bucket. A small but comfortable 2 + 2 style back seat in stitched leather as well stretches from door to door. The gearshift boot and knob are stitched black leather. Cobra carpet floor mats which have seen very few feet on them, are installed in the front. A CD player and an AM/FM Radio /Cassette Player are in the front console and pump out beautiful sound from the MACH speaker sound system.
An SVT (Special Vehicle Team) engineered and fortified 5.0 Liter V8 sits in the factory condition engine bay. Attached is a Borg-Warner T50-A 5-Speed manual transmission, which puts power back to a 3.08:1 traction-lok rear gearing.
4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes are on all four corners, and the Unibody frame, floorpans and rockers, show some mold growing on these surfaces. Evidence that this car was garaged and saw little road time. Some driveway splatter hit the mufflers and suspension parts as it made its way down the stone driveway to the hauler, but otherwise the underside is very clean and definitely rust free.
Having a special edition car bought with the intention to only be driven 31 miles, and garaged all that time, then finally putting it out there is truly like finding a hen's tooth! All showroom, all original, all near perfect, all ready to be driven (or trailered) away from Classic Auto Mall. Don't be a "chicken" and just go for it!
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 300 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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