Contact me at: [email protected] 310/709-55seven-seven $15,000 68K miles Thanks for checking out my ad for this supercharged 2001 Mustang Cobra. After many years of being a Ford guy, I have gone over to the dark side and bought a Z06. With the help of Wild Pony Motorsports and many tens of thousands of dollars, I have carefully developed this Cobra into a safe, fast, and fun track-day car. It can be driven comfortably up to work, retaining it’s A/C, stereo, and back seat, yet it can also be driven at 10/10ths on a weekend track event. On the track, this car is absolutely fantastic. The handling is neutral and forgiving, with minimal understeer and progressive, easily held oversteer. So, you can drive it neat and smooth, or you can drive it like a hooligan. You don’t have to be a very talented driver to operate it at a real 10/10ths. This Cobra will run 1:34’s at Willow Springs. (For comparisons, see http://fastestlaps.com/tracks/willow_springs.html ) The car is a rare dark blue with spoiler delete, and it has never been crashed or had any bodywork. It is a matching-number original car, though of course it does have many mechanical mods. The paint and interior have been carefully maintained. I have all the original documentation, including window sticker. Below is a list of many of the mods that were done. I have most of the receipts. I have probably left some things out, but these are most of them: Engine: rebuilt only 6 months ago with little street or track use. The engine was built by Wild Pony Motorsports. Supercharged with Kenny Bell blower running low boost for reliability. Dyno tuned with dyno sheet showing 398 RWP (about 450 at the flywheel). All forged internals. Very powerful and its sounds awesome. Tranny and diff: transmission rebuilt 1 year ago and new diff clutches. Short shifter. All performance fluids inside. Suspension: coil-overs and sway bars. SVT wheels with Nitto NT01 DOT track tires. Brakes: Cobra R Brembos up front with Agent 47 brake cooling ducts. Stainless steel lines with performance brake fluid and Hawk pads. Safety: fuel cell, fire suppression system, roll bar, Cobra racing seat, 5 point harness. I am including a fiberglass, vented Tiger racing hood (see photo). You will need to fit this hood during the summer months to prevent overheating. The hood has been sanded and primed and is ready for paint. Bad stuff: the stereo works but the CD changer is broken. There are a few minor nicks and scratches here and there that don’t show up in the photos. The cruise control was disabled to allow the installation of a kit that makes heal-and-toe’ing much easier. I am also selling a 1990 notchback road-racing car (not street legal) and my collection of Ford books and memorabilia.