Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Say hello to the Terminator. It was the nickname Ford gave the 2003 Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible. This was the debut year for a car that had both a supercharged V8 and a fully independent suspension. That means this pony car is fast, sharp, and absolutely dominant. That's why a low-mileage drop-top like this was a collector car from day one.
This car has an awesome style. Deep vents in the hood, plenty of coiled Cobra badging, and big exhaust tips give it an attitude from every angle. The Fire Red paint has a terrific glow you want in a sunshine-friendly convertible. It's the factory-correct color and factory-applied finish. It continues to look so good today because you have a car that has averaged less than 3,300 miles annually. We also like the deeper tones of this red because it goes well with this car's dark side. The front end has a special bumper that lets this monster inhale deeper, the headlights have smoked backgrounds, and you've got a crisp black convertible top. These are joined by upgrades like the blackout rear panel, tinted windows, and the awesome SVE 18-inch wheels (a stock set also comes with the sale.) It creates the right total style for a very mean machine like this.
While we like how the roof added to the dark overall package, with the flip of a switch, it powers down to reveal an even more attractive interior. After all, the graphite and gray still go with the dark style, but it adds sophistication to go with the speed. After all, the seats are an ideal mix where you have leather on the sides and suede-like inserts that are both stylish and handy when you hop in this convertible while wearing shorts. This is loaded with the best features, like power windows, a power driver's seat, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, cruise control, dual front airbags, ABS, and cold-blowing air conditioning. The stereo is even upgraded to an AM/FM/CD unit with USB inserts and Bluetooth. And the SVT Cobra adds special pieces, like the white-faced gauges, Cobras embossed in the seatbacks, and a roll bar for strength.
The Terminator name has everything to do with the motor, and so the polished front crossmember really loves to announce it. The DOHC 4.6-liter V8 is a 32-valve motor with the Special Vehicle Team (SVT) added an Eaton supercharger on top. It's an absolutely clean presentation. So people will be able to see the classic details like the SVT plaque on the valve cover. This was rated at 390 horsepower from the factory, and there's even a JLT air intake added. You take full control of this full 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, upgraded Maximum Motorsports camber plates in front, and grippy/wider ZR tires in the rear really make this a very special SVT car.
The sale comes complete with the stock wheels, stock intake, additional components, and the owner's manual. The Terminator is a sought-after collectible, and so it's great to find a low-mileage drop-top that's ideal for enjoying today and watching the admiration grow. Call today!!!
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