2003 Saleen Cobra?

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  1. tranzlucent662

    tranzlucent662 New Member

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    what do you guys think about taking an 03 cobra and just adding the saleen body kit to it? Only side skirts, front fascia though, I like the look of the 03 wing and bumper.
     
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    Sounds good to me :nice: But personally i would go with Roush (but its not my car).
     
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    I saw a this red one over at speed worx I used to have some pics of it at saleen getting made saleen produces less than 20 of these a year. special order
     
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    :drool: so damn sexy!
     
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    Yeah too bad its not worth the money.
     
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    Whatever................ :shrug:
     
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    Damnit, for the life of me I can't find that link anymore. Although, I did find a few people with some dyno numbers on it. On average, it's around 400+ at the wheels, give or take a little.. I think one guy had around 410rwhp/485rwtq
     
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    how many times are people going to beat this to death, either you are willing to pay a premium to have something rare or you are not. to each their own. why don't we all just buy 4 cylinder notch backs and convert them to 351's, throw in some suspension and have a hell of a performaer for under $5000.00.

    bang for the buck argument is only good up to the point you can't afford the next level, then it becomes pointless defense of what you have.
     
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  9. S281Cobra

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    :worship: Well said................. :nice:
     
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  10. muzztangman

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    I'm with ya on that one, your car is the sh**, I'm sure it was worth the money to you.... :nice: :hail2: TO ME... it's the ultimate mustang. I'd give my left nut for it..now where's that sperm bank???? :D
     
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  11. GinoGT

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    Alright, it looks like we need to know the truth about this sperm bank. I can only imagine the fun I would have with $80,000. :eek:

    Besides, telling someone you sold your left nut for your car is so sad and pathetic it's hilarious. :rlaugh:
     
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    Do you know what the final production count was?

    O.T. How's the Invisibra holding up?
     
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  13. S281Cobra

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    I'm guessing around 12, I should really call Liz and ask her, just haven't gotten around to it.

    The Invisibra is great I love the way it protects the paint, the only issue I've had with it, is some areas are coming up a little, more an installer issue then materials.
     
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  14. Head Paneer

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    That’s good to hear. I am going to get Invisibra for our G35 in the next couple of weeks and if I like the installers and their quality, I’ll do the Saleen next spring.
     
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