Addison , IL
-Only 48 Original Miles-
1 of 1,000 Pace Cars
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First year for the SN-95 Platform
1994 was the first year for the fourth-generation Ford Mustang. These "SN-95" cars were based on an upgraded version of the Fox Body platform from the previous generation. The 5.0 V8 engine was also kept but was upgraded for the Cobra by using unique intake manifolds, cams, fuel injectors, and heads. These changes upped power from 215 to 240 horsepower.
All these changes helped sales, with Ford selling over 123,000 Mustangs in 1994. It won Motor Trend's Car of the Year honors and was picked to pace the 78th Indianapolis 500. 1,000 Cobra Convertibles were produced to celebrate the honor, all of them built with a Rio Red exterior with Saddle Brown leather interior. This was the third time the Ford Mustang had paced the Indy 500, once with the original Mustang in 1964 and the first year for the Fox Body in 1979.
With the debut of a redesigned Mustang for 1994, SVT applied its unique blend of performance, substance, exclusivity and value to the SN-95 platform and introduced a new, more potent Cobra. The restyled Mustang body sported a more sculpted look that interpreted classic Mustang design cues. The interior was also revamped, featuring a driver-oriented twin-cockpit design and white-faced gauges. The 1994 Cobras 5.0-liter V-8 delivered 25 more horsepower than the mainstream Mustang GT, thanks to modifications to the cylinder heads, roller rockers, valve springs and upper intake manifold to increase the engines breathing ability. Other performance enhancements were made to improve handling, ride and braking, including the addition of 17x9-inch wheels and 13-inch front disc brakes. Later in 1994, the first SVT Mustang Cobra Convertible was offered. Available only in red, it was selected as the Official Pace Car for the 1994 Indianapolis 500.
Type: 90-degree, OHV Windsor V-8
Displacement: 5.0L / 302 CID
Horsepower: 240 hp @ 4800 rpm
Torque: 285 lbs.-ft. @ 4000 rpm
Bore x Stroke: 4.0 in. x 3.0 in.
Front: Modified MacPherson strut type with separate spring on lower arm, 400 lbs./in. linear-rate coil springs, 25mm stabilizer bar
Rear: Rigid axle, four trailing links, two leading hydraulic links, 160 lbs./in. linear-rate coil springs, 27mm stabilizer bar
Front: 13 in. vented disc
Rear: 11.65 in. vented disc
ABS: Power Assist, four wheel brakes with anti-lock
Wheels: 17 x 8 in. 5-spoke cast aluminum
Tires: Goodyear Eagle GS-C P255/45ZR-17
0-60 mph: 6.3 seconds
60-0 mph braking: 140 feet (Est.)
1/4-mile @ MPH: 14.1 seconds @ 101 mph
Total Produced 6,009
Total Coupe Produced: 5,009
- Red: 1,908
- Black: 1,795
- White: 1,306
Total Convertible Produced: 1,000
- Red: 1,000 (Indianapolis 500 Pace Car Replicas)
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