1990s Mustangs are no more clean than this 4,500-mile SVT Cobra

The 1990s style is back in a big way, and the most popular Mustang you can get in that era is the SVT Cobra R.

This 1995 example for the Bring a Trailer auction is as clear as it gets, with only 4,500 miles (7,242 km) on the odometer and an unadulterated original white work. The sports car hides a lot more energy than external energy, which makes it an outstanding performer on the road.

The Mustang has a fiberglass hood to make room for a larger reception with a larger cowl, which sits on top of a 5.8-liter Windsor V8 borrowed from the SVT Lightning pickup. The engine was warmed by a higher compression piston, an aggressive camshaft and a larger throttle body, which pushed horsepower up to 300 horsepower with 265 lb-ft of torque.

This power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a Tremec 3550 five-speed manual transmission and a 3.27 aspect ratio rear differential.

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And the title adds several suspension upgrades to the already-Nimble Cobra, including any adjustable shock, progressive-rate springs, a front strut-tower brace and large anti-way bar.

All Cobra R models were finished with crystal white clearcoat paint and saddlecloth furnishings. Finally, the Cobra Nito rides on a model-specific 17-inch wheel set wrapped in tires.

Only 250 Cobra R models were made for the 1995 model year, and that number is 237. It was sold from Kendall Ford to the first owner, who owned it until 2014. The second owner auctioned the car to back the Bring a Trailer in 2021, when it was only 4,200 miles (6,759 km) on odometer.

The original window sticker is included with the documentation and shows that the R package added $ 13,699 to the price of a standard ‘Stang’, while the dealership marked দ্বারা 15,000 for the total original price of $ 52,599.

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