The Mustangs of the 1990s are not much cleaner than the 4,500-mile SVT Cobra R.
The style of the 1990s is coming back in a big way and the hottest Mustang SVT Cobra R ever had.
This 1995 example is up for auction Bring a trailer they are as clean, only 4,500 miles (7,242 km) on the odometer, and perfectly with the original white paint. The sports car hides much stronger than it looks, making it a simple performer on the road.
The Mustang SVT offers a fiberglass hood with a larger lid to make room for a larger suction manifold located above the 5.8-liter Windsor V8 from the Lightning pickup. The engine is warmed by higher compression pistons, an aggressive transmission shaft and a larger throttle body that pushes up to 300 horsepower with 265 pound-feet of torque.
This power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a Tremec 3550 five-speed manual transmission and a 3.27 ratio rear differential.
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The R sign also adds several suspension upgrades to the already flexible Cobra, including Koni adjustable shock absorbers, progressive speed springs, front tower support and larger anti-vibration bars.
All Cobra R models are finished with Crystal White Clearcoat Paint and have Saddlecloth coating. Finally, the Cobra Nitto rides on a set of 17-inch wheels for the model wrapped in tires.
For the 1995 model year, only 250 Cobra R models were released, which is 237. It was newly sold to the first owner from Kendall Ford until 2014. The second owner put the car up for auction in 2021 at the Bring a Trailer auction. , when it was only 4,200 miles (6,759 km) on the odometer.
The original window label is documented and shows that the R package added $ 13,699 to the standard ‘Stang price, while the dealer set it at $ 15,000 for a total starting price of $ 52,599.