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Ford Mustang 2dr Cpe SVT Cobra

$17,000
2003 Black exterior Used condition
132,000 miles
Coupe
4.6L 390.0hp
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THIS IS A PRIVATE PARTY SALEThe actual mileage is $132KVEHICLE DETAILS:- VIDEO WALK AROUND https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKS5C-z1L3k&t=5s- Please note this car has a salvaged title.- YOU WILL NEED A 690 OR BETTER CREDIT SCORE TO GET A LOAN WWW.LIGHTSTREAM.COM for the loan or other bank that will do salvage title or pay cash.- If you purchase the car we will finish it for you. It will have front and rear bumper repainted, new headlights, matching rim in the right rear, supercharger installed, rear window tint redone, legal smog done, and new battery, and a final deatail of the car. - If you want a project car we will sell the car for $4,000 off of the asking price.This is one mean car looking for a fight. We are getting this car ready to go but we are taking the first person that puts a deposit and we will get it road ready for youCONTACT US -IF YOU ARE ON FACEBOOK OR ANY OTHER WEB SITE PLEASE TEXT MESSAGE ORCALL DIRECTLY 408-768-1696 Do not contact through face book. THANK YOU!Automobile Magazine says "Phoenix, Arizona- Mustang versus Camaro, the decades-long battle, staple of car-magazine covers, source of countless beer-fueled arguments, has at last been decided by history. Chevrolet is pulling the Camaro from the fight, leaving the Mustang as the last car standing in the category it created. But, instead of looking like a punch-drunk boxer at the end of an epic match, the Mustang, particularly in top-spec Cobra trim, is stronger than ever. What better than a vanquished foe to put some wind in the sails? Well, there's a supercharger, for starters.This summer, the 2003 version of the SVT Mustang Cobra arrives with the Mustang's first-ever factory-supercharged V-8. The blown engine's 390 horsepower and 390 pound-feet of torque buries the '01 Cobra's 320 horsepower and 317 pound-feet. (There was no '02 model.) The Eaton blower--similar to the one used in the SVT F-150 Lightning--is the hero of this story, but this was not a simple bolt-on application. The supercharged Cobra reverts to an iron block, which was deemed necessary to handle the higher power output. Like the previous engine, it has a forged steel crankshaft, but the connecting rods and pistons are now also forged. The flywheel, conversely, switches from iron to aluminum for a sizable reduction in both weight and inertia. SVT claims that change alone shaves 0.2 second off both the 0-to-60-mph and quarter-mile times, because it allows the engine to rev so much quicker. You can feel the difference the first time you bury the throttle. This engine doesn't chug up the tach the way the previous car's did; it charges to its 6500-rpm redline. The combination of an iron block and an aluminum flywheel was used previously in the Cobra R. As in that car, the '03 Cobra's engine is mated to a six-speed manual. Other driveline changes include a beefed-up clutch, which engages lower in its travel than did the old one. The U-joints and half-shafts have been strengthened as well, and the driveshaft is now aluminum. The final-drive ratio has been lowered from 3.27 to 3.55:1. With all that heavy-duty hardware, we didn't feel the least bit bad repeatedly launching the Cobra in a cloud of tire smoke. (Traction control is on hand to prevent this from happening inadvertently, but it does allow some wheelspin.) SVT engineers estimate that they've chopped a good half-second off the 0-to-60-mph time; we recorded 4.9 seconds and the quarter-mile in 13.4 seconds at 109 mph. An electronic nanny steps in at 155 mph.Not only does the supercharger greatly increase the 4.6-liter's outputs, but it also moves the torque curve down lower. The blower's only downside is that its shriek is the dominant engine note, drowning out the V-8 rumble.The Cobra's brakes are carried over pretty much intact from the 2001 model; only the rear pad material has changed. Still, with 13-inch Brembos up front and 11.7-inch rear discs (both vented), performance is up to par. For those headed to the racetrack, SVT makes hi-po pads--their squealing keeps them from being standard issue. Interestingly, the new front fas

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