Type: SVT Cobra
Details: Modified to 600+ HP
Engine: Supercharged 4.6 L V8
Already a very rare factory production SVT Cobra this car has been treated to a no-expense spared drive-train upgrade by world famous tuning & build house HPP Racing in Lewisville, Texas. This car has receipts for over $ 30,000.00 worth of SVT Cobra modifications and now produces over 600 horse-power on pump gas.
This is an amazing opportunity to purchase, drive & enjoy a factory-built SVT Cobra. All books, records & documentation come with the car and the car is in the Ford SVT Cobra registry.
Car has just been fully serviced including:
High-Amp Gel-Top Battery Group 59
Left Front Window Motor NOS FORD
Left Front Window Regulator Assembly NOS FORD
Fuel Pumps (in line) Set-Up CUSTOM BUILD SVT Tank Unique
Fuel Tank FORD SVT Unique
4 Z-Rated Performance Tires (Mount, Balance, Stems, Disposal Fee)
Exhaust Bolts Missing W/ Tap Threads
Expansion Tank Hose FORD SVT Unique
Coolant Flush Treatment + Full Service
Oil Flush Treatment + Full Synthetic Service
Brake Fluid System Flush + Full DOT Silicone Fluid Service
Transmission Fluid System Flush + Full Service Pan Screen, Gasket Kit, Etc.
Rear Axel Dope Drop flush + Full Service
K&N complete Air Filter Service
Wiper Blades FoMoCo
Clean, wash, wax, clay-bar full detail Inside/Outside/Under hood, Trunk & Under-Body
Full Tank of 93 Octane Union-76 Gasoline
The 2004 Cobra was a carryover of the 2003 Cobra but with a few minor updates, including a slightly updated exhaust system and rumors of a 20+ horsepower increase over the 2003 model. The addition of a newly integrated shift light negated the $1,000 gas guzzler tax that was charged on the 2003 models. One notable new option across the entire Ford lineup was the available Sirius satellite radio; the distinguishing feature between the 2003 and 2004 factory sound systems was the "SAT" button on the 2004 system.
The 2004 Cobra was produced between November 2003 and March 2004. It was a short model year for the 2004 Terminator Cobra, as well as the entire 2004 Mustang lineup, due to a number of reasons. The 2004 Mustangs and Cobras were the last Mustangs to be built at Ford's historic Dearborn Assembly Plant in Dearborn, Michigan, and Ford Motor Company had made the decision to end Mustang production there rather than updating the plant for the 2005 models. Thus, 2004 production was scheduled to wrap up by May 2004. Another reason was the hype over the all-new 2005 Mustang, which meant that Ford needed to start production as soon as possible at the newly updated Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Michigan, then known as AutoAlliance International.