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Ford : Mustang Cobra Documented 2,175 Actual Mile Mustang Cobra EFI 5.0 Liter V8 5 Speed PS A/C

Ford : Mustang Cobra Documented 2,175 Actual Mile Mustang Cobra EFI 5.0 Liter V8 5 Speed PS A/C

$24,900

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1994

Make Ford

Model Mustang

Category Convertible

Mileage 2175

Posted Over 1 Month

information@RKMotorsCharlotte.com 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC, 28269, US 1994 Ford Mustang Cobra Documented 2,175 Actual Mile Mustang Cobra EFI 5.0 Liter V8 5 Speed PS A/C Year: 1994 Type of vehicle title: Clear Primary color: Red Mileage: 2175 Transmission type: 5 Speed Manual Engine: 5.0 Liter V8 Interior color: Saddle Vehicle Info SUMMARY2,175-mile survivor1 of only 5,009 1994 Mustang Cobra coupes built5.0 liter High Output SVT Cobra V8Borg Warner 5-speed manual transmissionSaddle leather interior / MACH 460 audioSale includes an original window sticker, an official SVT letter and an official SVT certificateRio Red paintSVT-tuned suspensionFord 8.8-inch rear axle / 3.08 gearsFactory power steering / Factory 4-wheel power disc brakes The Mustang has always been one of those cars that does a great job of representing all things to all people. From 6-cylinder 'secretary specials' to the newest, fire-breathing GT350R, enthusiasts have always been able to build pretty much any platform they wanted through either a factory order form or an aftermarket phone number. That said; the most impressive Mustangs are typically those that channel a horse with some kind of snake. And for roughly 50 years, various forms of snake-branded ponies have built a reputation for being some the hottest performance cars the market has ever seen. 1 of only 5,009 Mustang Cobra coupes built for the 1994 model year, and sporting only 2,175 original miles, this factory-serpentinized pony possesses a level of polish most aftermarket entities simply couldn't achieve. And, if you're looking for a pristine Mustang to preserve or enjoy, it's a whole lot of potential for not a lot of investment! BODYWORK/TRIM Thanks to exceptionally low mileage and impeccable maintenance, this factory-fresh Cobra is essentially brand new in every way. Back in '94, the guys at Ford's Dearborn facility must've known people spending almost $25K on a new sports car expected a different level of fit and finish; and with this top-of-the-line coupe, they certainly delivered. There's absolutely nothing on the car's showroom stock body that could be considered anything more than shelf wear. Its glossy Rio Red 2-stage is smooth enough to appear fresh out of the paint shop. Its Cobra-spec trim is so straight you'd think it's interwoven behind the body's hard parts. And overall, this Ford, backed by a clean, 3-owner CARFAX, is a super slick speed machine that mixes timeless curb appeal with a premium sense of drivability! ENGINE The Mustang has long been the champion of budget performance, and much of that has to do with the rock-solid base engines Ford shoves between the car's fenders. Pop the hood on this Cobra and you'll find a low-mileage example of the venerable 5.0 liter Windsor V8. While the '5-Oh' made its first appearance as a 289 way back in 1963, it continuously progressed over the next 40 years to become a choice ally for all kinds of performance fans on the highway, drag strip and road course. For the 1994 model year, the mill's Cobra-exclusive High Output variation utilized an aluminum GT-40 intake, roller rockers, iron GT-40 heads, an aggressive cam profile and upgraded fuel and exhaust paths to create an unbeatable combination of smooth cruising and spirited performance. As you would expect, this showroom-fresh coupe's clean engine remains bone stock, but with 240 horsepower and 285 lb./ft. of torque, 'stock' isn't such a bad place to be. The car starts on the first try, idles well and retains all the good manners installed at Ford's Dearborn factory. And, featuring mere break-in miles, the engine is ripe for modification or a few more decades of casual cruising the choice is yours! DRIVETRAIN/SUSPENSION Corral this pony on a lift and you'll find a well-preserved undercarriage that's every bit as solid as the car's slick profile. At the center of the floors, a beefy Borg Warner 5-speed offers full access to the 5-Oh's power while a stock, 8.8-inch rear end throws that power though original, 3.08 gears. Handling and overall refinement were a central focus for SVT-tuned SN95s, and that attention to detail shows in items like beefy sway bars, performance-tuned struts, special shocks and lightly massaged springs. Naturally, that suspension remains in its stock configuration, taking well to curves thanks to power rack-and-pinion steering and an optional anti-lock brake system, which controls power-assisted 4-wheel disc brakes. And at the corners, machined, 17-inch wheels, wrapped in 255/45ZR17 Goodyear Eagle GS-Cs, cap off the car's aggressive looks. INTERIOR Inside this Mustang you'll find a comfortable and stylish cockpit that's ready for both short stoplight sprints and long road trips. At the center of the car, leather-lined, high-back buckets fit like a glove. Inside the dash, familiar white-faced gauges ride behind sculpted 2-tone trim that's free of the bubbling and heat cracks that typically manifest under sharply angled windshields. Below that dash, a leather-wrapped shifter looks perfect between a slim console and factory-spec audio equipment. Beneath that console, like-new carpet, which is protected by "COBRA" branded floor mats, remains tight and fade-free. At the edges of that carpet, tapered door panels frame power mirrors, power windows, power door locks and factory MACH speakers. In front of the driver, a leather-wrapped steering wheel spins buttons for modern cruise control around a tilting column. Behind the cockpit, a factory-finished trunk features ample storage space. And naturally, all the amenities and conveniences you've come to expect in a modern classic are present and accounted for, including climate control, individual courtesy lamps and power seat adjustment. HISTORICAL INFORMATION Included in this Ford's sale is an original window sticker that breaks down as follows: 1994 COBRA COUPE5.0 LITER HIGH PERFORMANCE V85-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSIONRIO RED TINTED CLEARCOATSADDLE LEATHER INTERIOR STANDARD EQUIPMENT INCLUDED AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE EXTERIORP255/45ZR17 high performance tires17x8 cast aluminum wheelsRemote-controlled mirrorsTinted glassRear spoilerInterval windshield wipers INTERIORArticulated sport seats that are equipped with power lumbar supportPremium AM/FM radio that's equipped with both a clock and cassette playerLeather-wrapped steering wheelIlluminated visor mirrorsPower windowsPower door locksConsole that's fitted with an armrestSplit-fold rear seatLight Group FUNCTIONALTraction-Lok axle5.0 liter super high performance V85-speed manual transmissionPower rack-and-pinion steeringHandling suspension- Variable-rate springs- Gas-pressurized struts (front)- Gas-pressurized shocks (rear)4-wheel power disc brakesAnti-lock braking systemSport-tuned dual exhaust SAFETYDriver and passenger airbags3-point shoulder belts OPTIONAL EQUIPMENTPreferred Equipment Package ($1,185)- Mustang Cobra- Speed control- Rear window defroster- Air conditioning- Front floor mats*Mustang Group #3 ($245)- Remote Keyless Entry- Illuminated entryMACH 460 AM/FM stereo that's complete with a cassette player ($375)Leather seating surfaces ($500)Compact disc player ($475)Million-mile odometer ($00) STANDARD VEHICLE PRICE: $20,765 TOTAL OPTIONS: $2,780 DESTINATION: $475 MANUFACTURER'S SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE: $24,020 OUR SALE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION AND ACCESSORIESA 1994 Mustang Cobra marketing brochureVarious factory tags and labelsThe aforementioned window stickerThe car's original Owner's Manual and accessory bookletsThe car's SVT letter and certificateA couple of service receiptsA 1994 calendar and Mustang Cobra magazine articleTwo sets of keysA cassette tape for the car's MACH 460 audio systemThe car's front license plate bracket In summary, this low-mileage Cobra has excellent power, has been immaculately preserved and is probably one of the coolest modern Mustangs your money can buy. It's an essentially new car with a roster of well-engineered components that add both performance and prestige. So, what are you waiting for? Don't miss your chance to gallop in to the snake pit! About This Auction Please note that all sales are binding and final. Our cars are sold "as-is" with no warranty expressed or implied. Please carefully read the terms & conditions of the sale before bidding. Winning this auction does not entitle you to come inspect the car and decide if you want to buy it, but obligates you to complete the purchase! A $1000.00 deposit via PayPal is due within 24 hours of the auction close... NO EXCEPTIONS. If you have ZERO feedback on eBay, please call or email us to request our authority to bid on our vehicles. We do not release our reserve prices, so please don't ask! If you see a car you like, don't wait! Call us! When you see it disappear from eBay, it means that it was sold by other means. Because we advertise heavily in other mediums, we reserve the right to cancel any eBay listing at any time. If you would like to make a sales visit or arrange an inspection, we would be happy to schedule a personal appointment with either yourself or your representative. To do so, contact Donald Bernard at (704)413-4665. Donald's email address is: Donald.Berard@RKMotorsCharlotte.com. For those of you who need to fly in, we can provide transportation to and from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. We can also recommend accommodations within a short distance of our facility. About RK Motors Charlotte Hot Rod magazine named RK Motors Charlotte the #1 destination out of 57 possible places to visit across the United States. Destinations selected included car museums, driving schools, dragstrips, best drives and more. We are honored to have been the only classic car dealer selected. If you ever find yourself in Charlotte, NC give us a call. Our showroom is open by appointment only. Our 80,000 sq. ft. retail showrooms are located in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina. We usually have over 300 incredible cars on display, and there's always something new. Feel free to make an appointment, stop in and meet our staff. Each and every one of our employees is an absolute car nut- we do this because we love cars! Check out the feedback on our website from other customers who have purchased cars from us in the past. We pride ourselves on describing our cars accurately, and our cars even look better in person than in the pictures! We look forward to seeing you soon. Every car that you see for sale is in our physical possession and located at our main facility, 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC 28269. For sales and general information, call us at: (704)413-4665. Our Service Programs Under our innovative Seal of Approval Exit Service buying program, RK Motors Charlotte customers who pay full retail price for a vehicle, receive a comprehensive, multi-point vehicle Exit Service, carried out by our experienced ASE Certified Master Mechanics at the RKM Performance Center. Customers who purchase cars from RK Motors for less than full retail price, or customers who purchase a car and are trading in a vehicle, will receive our Basic Safety Check, performed by our certified and experienced ASE mechanics, prior to delivery of their car. Learn more about the key attributes of Our Service Programs. If you have any questions regarding our service programs, please contact a member of our sales team at (704)413-4665. For international buyers, please note that we've shipped cars to collectors and classic car fans worldwide for years. We can provide you with a firm quote for transport to any shipping port in the world in a sealed container and handle the process for you from start to finish. Our domestic and international ground transport solutions are enclosed only. If you wish to use an open carrier, you will need to arrange that. Our Transportation Manager, Gregory Smith, stands ready to help you with your transport & shipping needs. He can be reached at: Greg.Smith@rkmotorscharlotte.com. About the RK Motors Performance Center Regardless if your vehicle is going through our Seal of Approval Exit Service, Basic Safety Check, routine maintenance or a full custom built to your exact specifications, the RKM Performance Center has the knowledge, experience and resources to fulfill your automotive needs. In the world of electronic fuel injection and computer diagnostics, even late model dealerships look a little uncomfortable working on pre-OBD1 cars. There are many independent mechanics and shops that may be able to help, but putting your prized classic in the hands of a stranger is a leap of faith at best. This is exactly why we created the RKM Performance Center. Being proud members of SEMA, ARMO, HRIA and the North Carolina Motorsports Association, the RKM Performance Center is a nationally recognized shop; best known for high level OEM restorations and custom builds. Comprised of ASE certified mechanics, including several Master Technicians, you can feel confident that your car is in capable hands. As fellow enthusiasts, they are passionate about cars and will treat yours with the respect it deserves. 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1994 Ford Mustang for: $12995

1994 Ford Mustang for: $12995

$12,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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For Mustang fans, the 1994 Mustang was a pretty big deal. Replacing the Fox-body Mustangs was a big job, so the new car had to be better in every way without losing what made the earlier cars great. Well, this 1994 Mustang GT convertible nails it: fast, stylish, affordable, and very modification-friendly. With just 31,112 original miles, it\'s a super clean, unabused, totally stock 5-speed ragtop that\'s ready for anything you can throw at it. Ford designers had a big job ahead of them, but the 1994 Mustang was a slam-dunk, re-inventing the Mustang with both a forward look and a nod to tradition. Painting this one bright red only reinforces its ties to the original, along with the running pony emblem up front, the C-scoops in the quarter panels, and, of course, a wild take on the three-element taillight lenses. With just over 31,000 original miles, this one is remarkably nice and it clearly hasn\'t been used as daily transportation. Things like the urethane front bumper, small rocker panel moldings, and rear spoiler are all in excellent shape and the fit and finish of these cars has always been impressive. The vivid red paint was part of the special edition color combination that celebrated the all-new Mustang and it\'s certainly bright with a very Mustang look. And the years have been kind to the SN-95 Mustangs, as they\'re now as familiar as the originals and just as beloved. The brilliant white leather interior glows against the red paint and as you\'d expect, it\'s in excellent condition. Hard to believe this car is 20 years old, isn\'t it? OK, yes, the most interesting thing inside is the 5-speed manual transmission, but you\'ll also find an upgraded set of seats that were far more supportive than the old Fox-body chairs, deeply sculpted door panels that don\'t even show an indentation from the driver\'s elbow, and carpets that look almost new. A full complement of gauges live in an easy-to-read housing and just about everything was standard in this particular car: A/C, power windows and locks, cruise control, power seats, and a great-sounding AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo that easily keeps up with the wind noise in a convertible. And speaking of convertibles, there\'s a power convertible top that stows itself in seconds, so a red light is enough time to go alfresco, and there\'s even a reasonably-sized trunk for your gear. Ford fans needn\'t have worried, the 5.0 carried over to the SN-95s and if anything it was stronger than ever. Ford played a few games with the numbers in \'93 and \'94 to make the new car seem more powerful, but given that this is the most modification-friendly engine on earth, well, it\'s all academic anyway. The good news is that this one is a totally blank slate, completely stock and unmodified and ready to go. From the curved intake to the stock exhaust manifolds and rumbling dual exhaust, this car runs like it just pulled out of the showroom. The stronger chassis eliminates flex and thereby squeaks and rattles, and the Mustang finally got the 4-wheel disc brakes that it had needed since 1983. The suspension is reasonably supple and those cool 3-spoke alloy wheels were the GT\'s most distinguishing feature. Not perfect, but surely one of the nicer early SN-95s you\'ll ever see. Perfect for Mustang fans or the guy who just wants a fast, fun, affordable ragtop. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

1994 Ford Mustang for: $13995

1994 Ford Mustang for: $13995

$13,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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For Mustang fans, the 1994 Mustang was a pretty big deal. Replacing the Fox-body Mustangs was a big job, so the new car had to be better in every way without losing what made the earlier cars great. Well, this 1994 Mustang GT convertible nails it: fast, stylish, affordable, and very modification-friendly. With just 31,112 original miles, it\'s a super clean, unabused, totally stock 5-speed ragtop that\'s ready for anything you can throw at it. Ford designers had a big job ahead of them, but the 1994 Mustang was a slam-dunk, re-inventing the Mustang with both a forward look and a nod to tradition. Painting this one bright red only reinforces its ties to the original, along with the running pony emblem up front, the C-scoops in the quarter panels, and, of course, a wild take on the three-element taillight lenses. With just over 31,000 original miles, this one is remarkably nice and it clearly hasn\'t been used as daily transportation. Things like the urethane front bumper, small rocker panel moldings, and rear spoiler are all in excellent shape and the fit and finish of these cars has always been impressive. The vivid red paint was part of the special edition color combination that celebrated the all-new Mustang and it\'s certainly bright with a very Mustang look. And the years have been kind to the SN-95 Mustangs, as they\'re now as familiar as the originals and just as beloved. The brilliant white leather interior glows against the red paint and as you\'d expect, it\'s in excellent condition. Hard to believe this car is 20 years old, isn\'t it? OK, yes, the most interesting thing inside is the 5-speed manual transmission, but you\'ll also find an upgraded set of seats that were far more supportive than the old Fox-body chairs, deeply sculpted door panels that don\'t even show an indentation from the driver\'s elbow, and carpets that look almost new. A full complement of gauges live in an easy-to-read housing and just about everything was standard in this particular car: A/C, power windows and locks, cruise control, power seats, and a great-sounding AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo that easily keeps up with the wind noise in a convertible. And speaking of convertibles, there\'s a power convertible top that stows itself in seconds, so a red light is enough time to go alfresco, and there\'s even a reasonably-sized trunk for your gear. Ford fans needn\'t have worried, the 5.0 carried over to the SN-95s and if anything it was stronger than ever. Ford played a few games with the numbers in \'93 and \'94 to make the new car seem more powerful, but given that this is the most modification-friendly engine on earth, well, it\'s all academic anyway. The good news is that this one is a totally blank slate, completely stock and unmodified and ready to go. From the curved intake to the stock exhaust manifolds and rumbling dual exhaust, this car runs like it just pulled out of the showroom. The stronger chassis eliminates flex and thereby squeaks and rattles, and the Mustang finally got the 4-wheel disc brakes that it had needed since 1983. The suspension is reasonably supple and those cool 3-spoke alloy wheels were the GT\'s most distinguishing feature. Not perfect, but surely one of the nicer early SN-95s you\'ll ever see. Perfect for Mustang fans or the guy who just wants a fast, fun, affordable ragtop. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

1994 Ford Mustang for: $11995

1994 Ford Mustang for: $11995

$11,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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For Mustang fans, the 1994 Mustang was a pretty big deal. Replacing the Fox-body Mustangs was a big job, so the new car had to be better in every way without losing what made the earlier cars great. Well, this 1994 Mustang GT convertible nails it: fast, stylish, affordable, and very modification-friendly. With just 31,112 original miles, it\'s a super clean, unabused, totally stock 5-speed ragtop that\'s ready for anything you can throw at it. Ford designers had a big job ahead of them, but the 1994 Mustang was a slam-dunk, re-inventing the Mustang with both a forward look and a nod to tradition. Painting this one bright red only reinforces its ties to the original, along with the running pony emblem up front, the C-scoops in the quarter panels, and, of course, a wild take on the three-element taillight lenses. With just over 31,000 original miles, this one is remarkably nice and it clearly hasn\'t been used as daily transportation. Things like the urethane front bumper, small rocker panel moldings, and rear spoiler are all in excellent shape and the fit and finish of these cars has always been impressive. The vivid red paint was part of the special edition color combination that celebrated the all-new Mustang and it\'s certainly bright with a very Mustang look. And the years have been kind to the SN-95 Mustangs, as they\'re now as familiar as the originals and just as beloved. The brilliant white leather interior glows against the red paint and as you\'d expect, it\'s in excellent condition. Hard to believe this car is 20 years old, isn\'t it? OK, yes, the most interesting thing inside is the 5-speed manual transmission, but you\'ll also find an upgraded set of seats that were far more supportive than the old Fox-body chairs, deeply sculpted door panels that don\'t even show an indentation from the driver\'s elbow, and carpets that look almost new. A full complement of gauges live in an easy-to-read housing and just about everything was standard in this particular car: A/C, power windows and locks, cruise control, power seats, and a great-sounding AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo that easily keeps up with the wind noise in a convertible. And speaking of convertibles, there\'s a power convertible top that stows itself in seconds, so a red light is enough time to go alfresco, and there\'s even a reasonably-sized trunk for your gear. Ford fans needn\'t have worried, the 5.0 carried over to the SN-95s and if anything it was stronger than ever. Ford played a few games with the numbers in \'93 and \'94 to make the new car seem more powerful, but given that this is the most modification-friendly engine on earth, well, it\'s all academic anyway. The good news is that this one is a totally blank slate, completely stock and unmodified and ready to go. From the curved intake to the stock exhaust manifolds and rumbling dual exhaust, this car runs like it just pulled out of the showroom. The stronger chassis eliminates flex and thereby squeaks and rattles, and the Mustang finally got the 4-wheel disc brakes that it had needed since 1983. The suspension is reasonably supple and those cool 3-spoke alloy wheels were the GT\'s most distinguishing feature. Not perfect, but surely one of the nicer early SN-95s you\'ll ever see. Perfect for Mustang fans or the guy who just wants a fast, fun, affordable ragtop. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

1994 Ford Mustang for: $6995

1994 Ford Mustang for: $6995

$6,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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The 5.0-liter Mustang always represented fun on a budget, and the bang-for-the-buck meter is pegged with this 1994 Mustang GT convertible. Better yet, aside from an upgraded stereo, it\'s completely stock and hasn\'t been raced or abused like so many of its siblings, so it still represents affordable performance with a ton of potential. The all-new 1994 Mustang was a pretty big deal when it hit the streets in the early 1990s, and the look has become almost as familiar as the generations before it. Wearing factory black paint, this southern ragtop has led a pretty easy life and still shines up nicely on a warm Saturday afternoon. It\'s not a perfect car, of course, but if you want a fast Mustang that hasn\'t been beaten up, wrapped around a tree, and rebuilt by a kid in his driveway, this is an excellent choice. Stock bumpers, a factory wing out back, and the distinctive 3-element taillights that were intended to recall the original 1965 models, remain in place, more evidence of this car\'s excellent pedigree, because those are often the first things that are replaced when the modifications start. Even the headlights remain clear and all the factory badges are still stuck to the sides of the car, making this an excellent survivor in every sense of the word. The reinforced body structure of the SN95 Mustangs paid big dividends for the interior, which feels rock solid, even with a disappearing roof. Supportive buckets look racy with their two-tone fabrics and the cloth seating surfaces keep things cool in the summertime with the top down. There\'s only modest wear on the driver\'s seat with the rest of the interior looking quite well-kept, right down to the original carpeted floor mats. This GT came loaded with just about every available option, including A/C, power windows and locks, cruise control, a tilt wheel, and a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. The original stereo is gone, replaced by a newer AM/FM/CD stereo with Sirius radio capability (the antenna\'s on the trunk lid), but that\'s just about the only substantial modification to the car. The black power convertible top opens and closes with the touch of a button and stacks nearly flush with the body for a clean profile. And while Mustangs have never been famous for their cargo capacity, the well-finished trunk is certainly big enough for a few overnight bags and still carries the original space-saver spare. What else can we say about the venerable 5.0 under the hood that hasn\'t already been said a hundred times? It\'s torquey, likes to rev, and is virtually indestructible, and happily runs on regular unleaded without complaint. The familiar intake manifold helps account for that stout torque curve and as I said earlier, finding an unmodified 5.0 Mustang is no easy feat. Even the original distributor cover is still in place and it exhales through its original mufflers! The 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission is always ready with a quick downshift, so all you need to do is point it and drop the hammer and the GT lunges forward. Four-wheel disc brakes with ABS were a long-overdue upgrade for the Mustang, and the suspension tuning on this ragtop is comfortable enough to drive every day. Stock 16-inch alloys sure don\'t look 20 years old and carry recent 225/50/16 performance radials. Clearly owned by a purist, and with great care and no mods it\'s a screaming bargain that\'s ready for fun. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

Ford : Fairlane EFI 351 LIGHTNING V8, 4SPD AUTO W/ OD, A/C, CRUISE, TILT, MUSTANG II FRONT, NICE

Ford : Fairlane EFI 351 LIGHTNING V8, 4SPD AUTO W/ OD, A/C, CRUISE, TILT, MUSTANG II FRONT, NICE

$39,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1956

Make Ford

Model Fairlane

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Mileage 119473

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Got a classic car to sell? We can Sell it! Call us Today! 1956 Ford Fairlane Stock #3120-CHA 1956 Ford Fairlane for Sale Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: sales-cha@streetsideclassics.com Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: sales-atl@streetsideclassics.com Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: sales-dfw@streetsideclassics.com VEHICLESPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 351 V8 BODY STYLE : Hardtop TRANSMISSION: Automatic EXTERIOR COLOR: ODOMETER READING: 119473 INTERIOR COLOR : VEHICLE FEATURES & OPTIONS Defrost, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Air Conditioning, Heat, Leather Seats, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Front Disc Brakes, Fuel Injection, Power Brakes, Power Seats, Power Steering, Rear Defogger, Seatbelts SELLER REMARKS This 1956 Ford Fairlane shows some serious attitude inside and out. But this restomod has plenty of power to back up its mean machine looks thanks to modern V8 Lightning thrust. This is the perfect coupe to draw everyone in at the car show. It looks pretty stock at a first glance, with bright chrome in front and sweeping down the side. But then people start to take notice of the rich black gloss of the paint, and they begin to realize how butter-smooth the whole car looks without any bumper bolts or extra badging. As people get closer, they start to wonder are the rear taillights blacked-out? And does that say "Lightning" in the red pinstriping running down the side chrome? Yes, this is one interesting custom coupe that draws gawkers in like flies to honey. Inside there are even more signs of a serious investment in custom work. The original 50's style decor has been custom merged with a Ford interior that's four decades younger. That gives this restomod more modern comfort and flair with features such as a full gauge package, cruise control, tilt wheel, and air conditioning. There's even a center console holding a modern AM/FM/CD radio with stereo speakers. The original interior has been given a custom treatment so the door panels and leather seats now coordinate with the black and red on the exterior. Because the front bench is fully split, the driver now also gets a power chair. But that's not the best feature from behind the wheel. For that, all you need to do is turn the key and listen to a rumble that doesn't sound like anything else from 1956. Under the hood is a big surprise. This is the fuel-injected 351 cubic-inch EFI V8 directly out of a 1994 Ford F-150 Lightning. This now-famous truck was known for being the beefy answer to Chevy's big-block performance pickup, and all that horsepower and torque is being used to move this classic coupe. But it wasn't just the motor that was fitted in this Fairlane. The stout Ford E4OD four-speed overdrive transmission was also lifted from the Lightning. This is good news because the electronically controlled unit was specifically programmed for the extra power of Ford's performance truck. The upgrades continue all the way down the driveshaft where this one is running Ford Racing's limited-slip rear with a 3.27 ratio. That strong rear end is good for both performance and everyday use. The same can be said for this coupe's power steering, front disc brakes, and modern Michelin rubber on 16-inch Pacer wheels...all connected to a Fat Man Fabrications Mustang II front end. This is the best of both worlds. All the great classic lines are retained in this coupe, but now it also has a serious upgrade in attitude, power, and reliability of a modern fuel injected drivetrain. Call today!! 1956 Ford Fairlane for Sale 1956 Ford Fairlane for Sale Stock # 3120-CHA Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: sales-cha@streetsideclassics.com Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: sales-atl@streetsideclassics.com Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: sales-dfw@streetsideclassics.com TERMS OF SALE 1. Per the eBay User Agreement, by placing a bid you are entering into a legally binding contract and are committed to purchasing the vehicle described above. The details of this commitment are further outlined in the eBay User Agreement. 2. Vehicle may be sold by Streetside Classic Cars prior to the end of the auction. Streetside Classic Cars reserves the right to end its auctions early or to cancel bids solely at its discretion and shall not be held liable for any such cancellation. 3. The winning bidder is required to contact Streetside Classic Cars within 24 hours after the close of the auction to finalize the details of the transaction. 4. A $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required within 48 hours of the auction's close. This deposit reserves the vehicle and removes it from the market. Acceptable payment types for deposit are: credit card, wire transfer, cashier's check, and money order. 5. If winning bidder does not contact Streetside Classic Cars and submit deposit within 48 hours of auction close, vehicle may be made available to the next highest bidder or another qualified buyer on a first come, first serve basis. 6. Streetside Classic Cars has represented this vehicle to the best of its ability. Prospective bidders are encouraged to contact us directly to provide additional information or answer any questions. 7. Please be aware that all pre-owned vehicles, regardless of age, mileage, or manufacturer are subject to cosmetic wear and mechanical failure. Streetside Classic Cars encourages bidder to have a personal inspection completed prior to delivery to help ensure your satisfaction. Third party inspections are to take place prior to a vehicles shipment or delivery. 8. All vehicles are sold "AS IS" and with no warranties expressed or implied. 9. Final or winning bid price does not include shipping, tax, title, or registration fees. It is the purchaser's responsibility to provide for any state or local taxes and shipping expenses resulting from the sale. 10. We can assist you in delivery through our network of private and commercial carriers. Most of them can deliver the vehicle to your driveway. We assume no responsibility for damages or delays incurred once a vehicle is in a shipper's custody. 11. Streetside Classic Cars bears no liability and shall be held harmless for any complications, expenses, or damages resulting from a failure to meet these terms as they have been set forth and established herein. 12. An additional documentation fee of $199 will be added to the purchase price at the time of sale. DISCLAIMER This site and all advertising information may be updated without notice whenever new information is obtained and may contain mistakes and inaccuracies. Information is provided to the best of our knowledge and that of the owners of the vehicles, and we make no warranty or representation regarding the accuracy, truth, or reliability of such information. We cannot be responsible for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies contained in information provided by third parties. Streetside Classics is not an expert in the construction, engineering, finishes, materials, and componentry of every single vehicle we sell. It is the responsibility of the buyer to either inspect the vehicle personally or via a 3rd party, to ensure satisfaction to the condition and value, prior to purchase. Streetside Classics strives to perform extensive visual inspections on all vehicles we represent but we do not disassemble vehicles or components for inspection purposes and therefore it is always possible that there is hidden damage that is not readily apparent. All vehicles are sold AS-IS with no warranties expressed or implied. WE WELCOME INTERNATIONAL BUYERS As an international buyer, it is as easy to purchase a vehicle from us as it is for any domestic buyer. Please call or email any one of our showrooms at: Charlotte Showroom Phone: 001-704-598-2130 Email sales-cha@streetsideclassics.com Atlanta Showroom Phone: 001-678-279-1609 Email sales-atl@streetsideclassics.com Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom Phone: 001-817-764-8000 Email sales-dfw@streetsideclassics.com Rest assured, you are dealing with one of the largest classic car dealerships in the United States with one of the largest (500+) vehicles on display. Our sales staff is very knowledgeable and can assist you in every aspect of the purchase. International buyers welcome! Click here for an estimate. If you decide to purchase from us, we require that you give us your complete name, address and phone numbers (home, office, mobile and fax) and a port of entry that handles containers. We do not ship vehicles open (RORO: Roll On Roll Off) due to risk of damage to vehicle and theft of parts. All international purchases must be paid by bank wire transfer in US Dollar funds only. Once we have received the funds, we will prepare the car for international shipment through one of our approved land and ocean carriers. We file all the necessary documents for export, deliver the car to a US port, secure it in containers and board an ocean carrier. We can land a vehicle to any port worldwide handling container traffic. We export cars regularly and are familiar with export requirements. You, or your agent, are responsible for Custom clearing the vehicle and registration in your own country.

Ford : Fairlane Restomod EFI 351 LIGHTNING V8, 4SPD AUTO W/ OD, A/C, CRUISE, TILT, MUSTANG II FRONT, NICE

Ford : Fairlane Restomod EFI 351 LIGHTNING V8, 4SPD AUTO W/ OD, A/C, CRUISE, TILT, MUSTANG II FRONT, NICE

$37,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1956

Make Ford

Model Fairlane

Category -

Mileage 119473

Posted Over 1 Month

THE NATION'S TOP CONSIGNMENT DEALER OF CLASSIC AND COLLECTIBLE CARS Got a classic car to sell? We can Sell it! Call us Today! 1956 Ford Fairlane Stock #3120-CHA 1956 Ford Fairlane for Sale Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: sales-cha@streetsideclassics.com Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: sales-atl@streetsideclassics.com Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: sales-dfw@streetsideclassics.com Tampa Showroom 4610 Pet Lane Lutz, FL 33559 Local/International: (813) 501-1630 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: sales-tpa@streetsideclassics.com VEHICLESPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 351 V8 BODY STYLE : Hardtop TRANSMISSION: Automatic EXTERIOR COLOR: ODOMETER READING: 119473 INTERIOR COLOR : VEHICLE FEATURES & OPTIONS Defrost, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Air Conditioning, Heat, Leather Seats, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Front Disc Brakes, Fuel Injection, Power Brakes, Power Seats, Power Steering, Rear Defogger, Seatbelts SELLER REMARKS This 1956 Ford Fairlane shows some serious attitude inside and out. But this restomod has plenty of power to back up its mean machine looks thanks to modern V8 Lightning thrust. This is the perfect coupe to draw everyone in at the car show. It looks pretty stock at a first glance, with bright chrome in front and sweeping down the side. But then people start to take notice of the rich black gloss of the paint, and they begin to realize how butter-smooth the whole car looks without any bumper bolts or extra badging. As people get closer, they start to wonder are the rear taillights blacked-out? And does that say "Lightning" in the red pinstriping running down the side chrome? Yes, this is one interesting custom coupe that draws gawkers in like flies to honey. Inside there are even more signs of a serious investment in custom work. The original 50's style decor has been custom merged with a Ford interior that's four decades younger. That gives this restomod more modern comfort and flair with features such as a full gauge package, cruise control, tilt wheel, and air conditioning. There's even a center console holding a modern AM/FM/CD radio with stereo speakers. The original interior has been given a custom treatment so the door panels and leather seats now coordinate with the black and red on the exterior. Because the front bench is fully split, the driver now also gets a power chair. But that's not the best feature from behind the wheel. For that, all you need to do is turn the key and listen to a rumble that doesn't sound like anything else from 1956. Under the hood is a big surprise. This is the fuel-injected 351 cubic-inch EFI V8 directly out of a 1994 Ford F-150 Lightning. This now-famous truck was known for being the beefy answer to Chevy's big-block performance pickup, and all that horsepower and torque is being used to move this classic coupe. But it wasn't just the motor that was fitted in this Fairlane. The stout Ford E4OD four-speed overdrive transmission was also lifted from the Lightning. This is good news because the electronically controlled unit was specifically programmed for the extra power of Ford's performance truck. The upgrades continue all the way down the driveshaft where this one is running Ford Racing's limited-slip rear with a 3.27 ratio. That strong rear end is good for both performance and everyday use. The same can be said for this coupe's power steering, front disc brakes, and modern Michelin rubber on 16-inch Pacer wheels...all connected to a Fat Man Fabrications Mustang II front end. This is the best of both worlds. All the great classic lines are retained in this coupe, but now it also has a serious upgrade in attitude, power, and reliability of a modern fuel injected drivetrain. Call today!! 1956 Ford Fairlane for Sale 1956 Ford Fairlane for Sale Stock # 3120-CHA Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: sales-cha@streetsideclassics.com Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: sales-atl@streetsideclassics.com Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: sales-dfw@streetsideclassics.com Tampa Showroom 4610 Pet Lane Lutz, FL 33559 Local/International: (813) 501-1630 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: sales-tpa@streetsideclassics.com TERMS OF SALE 1. Per the eBay User Agreement, by placing a bid you are entering into a legally binding contract and are committed to purchasing the vehicle described above. The details of this commitment are further outlined in the eBay User Agreement. 2. Vehicle may be sold by Streetside Classic Cars prior to the end of the auction. Streetside Classic Cars reserves the right to end its auctions early or to cancel bids solely at its discretion and shall not be held liable for any such cancellation. 3. The winning bidder is required to contact Streetside Classic Cars within 24 hours after the close of the auction to finalize the details of the transaction. 4. A $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required within 48 hours of the auction's close. This deposit reserves the vehicle and removes it from the market. Acceptable payment types for deposit are: credit card, wire transfer, cashier's check, and money order. 5. If winning bidder does not contact Streetside Classic Cars and submit deposit within 48 hours of auction close, vehicle may be made available to the next highest bidder or another qualified buyer on a first come, first serve basis. 6. Streetside Classic Cars has represented this vehicle to the best of its ability. Prospective bidders are encouraged to contact us directly to provide additional information or answer any questions. 7. Please be aware that all pre-owned vehicles, regardless of age, mileage, or manufacturer are subject to cosmetic wear and mechanical failure. Streetside Classic Cars encourages bidder to have a personal inspection completed prior to delivery to help ensure your satisfaction. Third party inspections are to take place prior to a vehicles shipment or delivery. 8. All vehicles are sold "AS IS" and with no warranties expressed or implied. 9. Final or winning bid price does not include shipping, tax, title, or registration fees. It is the purchaser's responsibility to provide for any state or local taxes and shipping expenses resulting from the sale. 10. We can assist you in delivery through our network of private and commercial carriers. Most of them can deliver the vehicle to your driveway. We assume no responsibility for damages or delays incurred once a vehicle is in a shipper's custody. 11. Streetside Classic Cars bears no liability and shall be held harmless for any complications, expenses, or damages resulting from a failure to meet these terms as they have been set forth and established herein. 12. An additional documentation fee of $199 will be added to the purchase price at the time of sale. DISCLAIMER This site and all advertising information may be updated without notice whenever new information is obtained and may contain mistakes and inaccuracies. Information is provided to the best of our knowledge and that of the owners of the vehicles, and we make no warranty or representation regarding the accuracy, truth, or reliability of such information. We cannot be responsible for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies contained in information provided by third parties. Streetside Classics is not an expert in the construction, engineering, finishes, materials, and componentry of every single vehicle we sell. It is the responsibility of the buyer to either inspect the vehicle personally or via a 3rd party, to ensure satisfaction to the condition and value, prior to purchase. Streetside Classics strives to perform extensive visual inspections on all vehicles we represent but we do not disassemble vehicles or components for inspection purposes and therefore it is always possible that there is hidden damage that is not readily apparent. All vehicles are sold AS-IS with no warranties expressed or implied. WE WELCOME INTERNATIONAL BUYERS As an international buyer, it is as easy to purchase a vehicle from us as it is for any domestic buyer. Please call or email any one of our showrooms at: Charlotte Showroom Phone: 001-704-598-2130 Email: sales-cha@streetsideclassics.com Atlanta Showroom Phone: 001-678-279-1609 Email: sales-atl@streetsideclassics.com Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom Phone: 001-817-764-8000 Email: sales-dfw@streetsideclassics.com Tampa Showroom Phone: 001-813-501-1630 Email: sales-tpa@streetsideclassics.com Rest assured, you are dealing with one of the largest classic car dealerships in the United States with one of the largest (500+) vehicles on display. Our sales staff is very knowledgeable and can assist you in every aspect of the purchase. International buyers welcome! Click here for an estimate. If you decide to purchase from us, we require that you give us your complete name, address and phone numbers (home, office, mobile and fax) and a port of entry that handles containers. We do not ship vehicles open (RORO: Roll On Roll Off) due to risk of damage to vehicle and theft of parts. All international purchases must be paid by bank wire transfer in US Dollar funds only. Once we have received the funds, we will prepare the car for international shipment through one of our approved land and ocean carriers. We file all the necessary documents for export, deliver the car to a US port, secure it in containers and board an ocean carrier. We can land a vehicle to any port worldwide handling container traffic. We export cars regularly and are familiar with export requirements. You, or your agent, are responsible for Custom clearing the vehicle and registration in your own country.

1993 Ford Mustang for: $29995

1993 Ford Mustang for: $29995

$29,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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When the 1993 Ford Mustang Cobra was announced, it was a pretty big deal. Guys in the 5.0 aftermarket had been using many of these parts to build their own hi-po Mustangs, but when the factory combined all the goodies into a limited-edition package with a warranty, well, it was an instant collectable and the hottest car on the street in 1993. A vast majority of the 1993 Cobras were bright red like this 15,887-mile original, but unlike its siblings, it remains completely stock and wonderfully well preserved. That\'s factory paint and despite the Mustang\'s affordable price tag when it was new, the finish quality was pretty darned good. The Fox platform had long since been perfected and the Cobra\'s subtle styling tweaks make it easy to spot: an open grille up front, revised ground effects without the GT\'s faux air vents, and a three-segment rear spoiler above a set of taillights that were similar to those found on the 1986 GT. As a low-mile car that hasn\'t been modified or abused, it remains in show condition throughout, with an awesome bright finish, great panel fit, and detailing that will make the guys at the next big Mustang show go nuts. This Cobra, like a majority of its siblings, carries a gray leather interior that\'s almost identical to the GT, which is a good thing. The seats are supportive, the controls are intuitive, and with the upright greenhouse, this Mustang is easy to drive with great visibility. Everything was standard in the top-of-the-line Cobra, including A/C, power windows and locks, power mirrors, interval wipers, as well as a 5-speed manual transmission. There\'s a decent-sounding AM/FM/cassette stereo, but we all know that\'s not the point of a car like this. The fastback body style also offers big storage, especially with the fold-down rear seats, and it comes with convenient tie-downs for the removable sunroof panel. You\'ll need it! Ford was playing games with horsepower numbers in 1993, ostensibly to make the 1994 models look like a big leap forward. As a result, the Cobra was rated at 235 horsepower, which was a joke to most Mustang fans, who had long since learned that the GT40 package on the engine was good for at least 295 horsepower when purchased over-the-counter. The only real difference was the cast Cobra intake manifold, which worked with the larger injectors, bigger throttle body and air sensor, and upgrade GT40 iron heads to make the venerable 5.0 breathe better. Whatever the actual number, these were genuinely quick cars that didn\'t lose the Mustang\'s torquey, easy-to-drive personality. The 5-speed manual transmission received revised gear ratios and there was a 3.08 gear in the 8.8-inch rear end, which makes this a great highway cruiser. The suspension was tweaked to improve ride quality AND handling, which was a neat trick, and the Mustang finally got the 4-wheel disc brakes it had needed since, oh, about 1982. Special directional 17-inch alloy wheels were Cobra-only and carry 245/45/17 Goodyear Eagle radials that aren\'t the original Gatorbacks, but the next best thing. Documented with a factory build sheet, warranty card, and owner\'s manual, plus all the SVT goodies, this 2-owner Cobra is investment-grade for a future that will surely come sooner rather than later. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

1986 Ford Mustang for: $17995

1986 Ford Mustang for: $17995

$17,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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With today\'s focus on bling, wing, and other tacked-on stuff that doesn\'t make a car go faster, it\'s hard to remember that cars like this weaponized 1986 Ford Mustang coupe were once the most feared machines on the road. That low-key look hides some serious blasting powder under the hood, including a Vortech supercharger, making this the automotive version of \"walk softly and carry a big stick.\" For a lot of Mustang guys, the 5.0 \"notchback\" coupes were pure hardcore mayhem. No frills, just the lightest possible curb weight and the strongest body to handle some pretty gnarly power. The \'86 models have an almost austere look and in basic black, it looks like it sprang from the same kind of insane minds that gave the FBI turbocharged Buick Regals. The finish is actually quite good, shiny enough to let everyone know this car has been well-maintained, but not so shiny that potential victims spot the high-dollar paint and figure that an even bigger sum was spent on the hardware underneath. No, this car definitely nails the look. There\'s not much chrome on these, save for a little trim around the windows, but that\'s how the factory did it and there\'s not much sense in trying to change it. The urethane bumpers are in excellent condition and now that the 5.0 has made a big comeback, those badges on the fenders will once again strike fear into street racers\' hearts. You bought an LX coupe without caring about what they put inside. The GT got supportive buckets, but the LX got the same plain chairs that came in 4-cylinder Mustangs, and that\'s perfectly OK with me. To be honest, the upholstery in this car is shockingly nice, showing minimal wear and factory-correct details throughout. Door panels, carpets, and even the dash are in excellent shape, and this stripped down street fighter doesn\'t even get a center console. It does, however, offer factory A/C, a full array of instruments to properly monitor the 5.0, and they just couldn\'t resist a set of lightweight aluminum pedals to dress things up just a little bit. A custom short-shift shifter lives under the stock leather boot and there\'s an upgraded stereo in the original slot, but otherwise this no-nonsense pony remains single-mindedly focused on one thing: speed. Given the car\'s featherweight curb weight, speed is easy thanks to a 1994 fuel injected 5.0 augmented with some pretty big deal parts. The biggest upgrade is obviously the Vortec supercharger, which pumps 6 pounds of boost into the stout 5.0. Trick Flow supplied both the oversized intake and a set of aluminum heads, so curb weight was chopped some more and horsepower went way up. 40 lb-hr injectors were fitted to keep the pressurized cylinders from going lean and an upgraded cam cackles a bit at idle, so nobody\'s going to think it\'s stock. An X-pipe with Flowmasters gives it a nasty engine note, but lest you think this is just a straight-line car, note the giant sway bars and upgraded springs underneath, making this a tidy little handler, too. 4-wheel disc brakes solve the Mustang\'s lone Achilles\' heel, and it\'s fitted with fat BFGoodrich G-Force T/A radials on blacked-out wheels for a truly sinister look. There\'s no way you could find a clean 5.0 coupe this nice and stuff it full of this much performance for anywhere near the asking price. If you want one of the nastiest sleepers we\'ve ever offered, this is it. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

Ford : Mustang Boss 302 Kar Kraft Development Mustang Boss 302 4 Speed

Ford : Mustang Boss 302 Kar Kraft Development Mustang Boss 302 4 Speed

$279,900

Charlotte, North Carolina

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information@RKMotorsCharlotte.com 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC, 28269, US 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Kar Kraft Development Mustang Boss 302 4 Speed Year: 1970 Type of vehicle title: Clear Primary color: Orange Mileage: 3 Transmission type: 4 Speed Manual Engine: 302 V8 Interior color: Black Vehicle info It's not hard to see why most consider 1968-1972 to be the Golden Age of the Trans Am series. Not only did legendary muscle cars like 'Cudas, Camaros, Javelins, and Mustangs go head-to-head without the aid of traction control or anti-lock brakes, they did it all with direct support from automakers. Never since have automotive production and motorsports been so closely linked. This 1970 Mustang Boss 302 is a byproduct of that relationship commissioned by Ford and built by Kar Kraft to help buyers better understand how to modify their own Boss 302's for SCCA competition. It was the test mule and picture car for the seminal "Boss 302 Chassis Modification" and "Boss 302 Engine Modification for Strip and Track" manuals sold through Ford dealerships, going on to become a pedigreed SCCA and Group 2 racer. Heavily documented and registered with the Historic Trans Am Registry, this is substantial addition to any racing aficionado's collection and, thanks to restoration work, remains ready to defend the Blue Oval in competition. The story starts in 1969, with the Boss 302's Trans Am series debut. It was a season filled with mechanical issues and "racing luck" that ultimately costs the automaker a shot at the championship, but Ford fans were captivated nonetheless. Owners and enthusiasts flooded Ford and their dealers with questions about car setup and components questions that, unfortunately, no one running the Mustang Trans Am racing program had the time or resources to properly respond to. Not wanting to disappoint, Ford set out to create a separate program to provide both information and specialty parts for these customers. Livonia-based Kar Kraft had played a roll in designing the Boss 302's suspension and was helping with Boss 429 production, so they were an obvious choice for the job. Phone calls were made, hands were shaken, and the partnership between Ford and Kar Kraft was temporarily strengthened. One of Ford's priority tasks for Kar Kraft involved the creation of a series of manuals to help Boss 302 buyers prep their cars for SCCA competition. Along with the request, Ford sent over a gleaming Grabber Orange Boss 302 to be used as the test subject. With options including a Traction-Lok axle, power steering, and an AM/FM radio, it wasn't the stripped down shell of a car usually reserved for experimental work but the Kar Kraft team moved ahead, designing new suspension, braking, cooling, and structural components that slowly transformed the stock Boss into a full-blown championship chaser. The vehicle was tested numerous times at the Ford Proving Ground in Dearborn, MI before being sold to Al Virzy so that he could head up an after-hours Kar Kraft racing team known as the Moonlighters. The car ran in a handful of SCCA national races, bringing home two second-place finished and one third place along the way. With all of Kar Kraft's work now backed by proven results, the "Boss 302 Chassis Modification Guide" and the "Boss 302 Engine Modification Guide for Strip and Track" were finally released to the public. With the help of drivers like Parnelli Jones and George Follmer, Ford clenched the Trans Am title in 1970. It was a huge step for the Boss 302 racing program but, unfortunately, by November of the same year, Ford pulled the plug on virtually all motorsports involvement. It was the end of an era for Kar Kraft but proved to be a new beginning for their prototype Boss 302. The car purchased by Martin Birrane, owner of Lola Cars International, and shipped to England in 1971. Birrane successfully campaigned the car for three years in Group 2 the European equivalent to Trans Am. He collected several first place finishes during that time, ultimately selling the car to another racer who used it, oddly enough, for hill climb events. After nearly two decades in Europe, the storied Boss 302 returned stateside where it was treated to a full restoration in 1990. Since then, the car has seen a limited number of SVRA and VSCDA events to keep its racing roots intact. Today, the car presents as a unique and fully functional piece of Ford history. Some changes have been made to keep the car track legal but there is still plenty of original Kar Kraft work present to admire. The car left Dearborn dressed in Grabber Orange, so that's what you'll find in place today. The paintwork presents well and, thanks to some natural aging, carries an air of authenticity that simply can't be faked. The paint is topped by classic Boss stripes which are matte black on the hood and a gloss metallic black of sorts on the sides. The car sports the number 17 on the hood and doors while bits of its story are told through other decals. The "Cona" logo behind the doors is a nod to its Cona Coffee-sponsored days with Martin Birrane while the Moonlighters decal on the back of the quarters references the after hours Kar Kraft team that originally bolted the car together. Of course, livery alone doesn't make a racecar. Step in for a closer look and you'll find plenty of track-born details filling out the lines of this Mustang. At the front, a well-aged factory grille is framed in stainless while the headlights have been replaced by sheet metal inserts. The turn signals are gone but the stock chrome bumper is still there, mounted above a crude but functional sheet metal chin spoiler with accommodations for a tow hook and brake ducts. The hood is a stock piece, held in place by chrome hood pins while, at the edge of the flared fenders, the corner markers have also been ditched in favor of metal inserts. The windshield sports stickers from events all over the country while the driver side windshield wiper works alone in its cleaning efforts. Painted sport mirrors and chrome handles top the doors and the stainless window trim has been left in place. The flared quarters lead the eye back toward a modified rear topped by an exaggerated spoiler. While the black valence, tri-taillights, and chrome bumper keep the Boss 302 look intact, the modified decklid and filled reverse lights don't let anyone forget what they're riding behind. As both a test mule and a race car, this Mustang has seen more than its share of hardware over the years. The current under-hood setup keeps a Ford 302 front and center but brings plenty of modern hardware into the fold so you can still enjoy the car on a track. The foundation is a '90s-vintage SVO block with a Moldex crankshaft, Carrillo rods, and a custom grind cam. At the sides, Ford SV0 heads with 60cc chambers frame a desirable vintage F2ZM 9424 W302 Trans Am intake manifold topped by a modified Holley four-barrel carburetor and a K&N air cleaner. The engine was bolted together in 1994 by Holman Automotive (better known as Holman Moody) and produced an estimated 500hp at the crank. As you might have noticed in the pictures, the engine has since been converted a dry-sump setup, spinning an oil pump alongside the alternator and aluminum water pump. It's obviously a great upgrade if you intend to continue racing the car but the wet sump pan is included as well. Turn the key and the trunk-mounted battery sends fire to a Mallory ignition system which distributes output through fresh MSD plug wires. The car breathes through fabricated headers that connect to a side-exit exhaust system devoid of any kind of muffler. Even at idle, it's loud, brash, and exactly what you hoped the car would sound like. Shine a light underneath this racer to find a solid undercarriage topped with lots of hardcore hardware. The setup is respectably clean but, as a functional track car, no one is going to mistake this Boss for a trailer queen. Behind the 302, a Toploader four-speed manual provides direct and authoritative shifts. The driveshaft is contained by a custom hoop while, out back, a floating Ford 9-inch from Schreiner Enterprises helps put that power to the ground. If you're wondering about the pulley back there, it turns a small Johnson HTP pump which handles fluid for the power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering. It helps reduce drag on the engine and does a pretty good job of looking cool as well. The suspension is less exotic than most modern race setups but certainly doesn't have any problems keeping this Mustang between the lines. The front end is aided by beefy Global West control arms and a thick sway bar while the leaf spring rear holds it own out back. Both ends benefit from double adjustable Koni shocks. When the corners come too fast, four-wheel disc brakes rein in the 302 with ease, tucked behind a set of a vintage Minilite wheels wrapped in Goodyear 7.00-15 front and 8.00-15 rear tires. Inside this pony car, you won't find any of the standard Boss pleasantries just a bare bones interior ready for the road course. The door panels are wrapped in black with standard window cranks and could pass for unmodified pieces with the exception of the door pulls, re-engineered with an obvious disregard for aesthetics. Step past the door sill plates and you're in driver-only territory with a full roll cage wrapped around the space, guarding the occupant of the single Kirkey race seat, made safe by a G-Force harness. Strap into that seat and you'll face a stripped factory dash that mixes stock and aftermarket pieces including the column-mounted MW temperature gauge and the dash-mounted Ford Motorsport tachometer. It's a racecar so naturally there are plenty of switches on the dash that control various items such as the fuel pumps, fan, and ignition. There's a fire extinguisher mounted on the driveshaft tunnel and, over behind where the passenger seat would usually be, a Peterson oil tank now lives. There's no carpet or any other sort of soft pieces to speak of and when you drive the car for awhile, the headers have a tendency to make the floors uncomfortably warm. This is a proper vintage racing machine. The sale of this Mustang includes a fairly comprehensive pile of documentation and related memorabilia that both verify and contextualize the car's story. Highlights include: A framed window sticker and Marti report that indicate the car was ordered and purchased by the Ford Motor Company. Signed statements from Don Eichstaedt and Mitch Marchi (Kar Kraft engineers) that verify the car was the original Kar Kraft prototype.Original build pictures, restoration pictures, and images from the car's time in Europe with Martin Birrane. Certificate of membership to the Historic Trans-Am Registry (TA-016) Beyond that core group, there is plenty more to admire. Bonus features include an engine spec sheet from Holman Automotive, an HSR log book, a VSCDC log book, email exchanges between Martin Birrane and a previous owner, a copy of Mustang Monthly that discusses the Boss 302's Trans Am days, and several copies Autosport from when the car was in Europe. Finally, there is copy of both "Boss 302 Chassis Modification" and "Boss 302 Engine Modification for Strip and Track" so you can see for yourself what this whole project was about. One of the coolest aspects of this Mustang is that it isn't just some vintage track car it's the car that, piece by piece, helped serious racers and enthusiasts alike improve their own Boss 302's. As a member of the Historic Trans-Am Registry, the car is eligible for all sorts of vintage events and, even when its not, it's still an amazing piece of Ford history that anyone with a love for motorsports can appreciate. This is a true one-of-one car commissioned by Ford, built by Kar Kraft, and enjoyed by a select group of diehards who spent every possible moment at the track. If that's a list you'd like to join, this storied and significant 1970 Mustang Boss 302 is the only way in. About this auction & rk motors charlotte Please note that all sales are binding and final. Our cars are sold "as-is" with no warranty expressed or implied. Please carefully read the terms & conditions of the sale before bidding. Winning this auction does not entitle you to come inspect the car and decide if you want to buy it, but obligates you to complete the purchase! A $1000.00 deposit via PayPal is due within 24 hours of the auction close ... NO EXCEPTIONS. 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