2004 Mustang Cobra for Sale



















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LOCATION OF CAR: PITTSBURGH PA
 
CAR SPECS:
I am the orginal owner of the car. It has 6500 miles on it and was bought brand new from Woltz n Wind Ford for $30,900 in October 2004.  It was one of the last 03-04 Cobras left.
 
This car has been my baby ever since its been bought and a tremendous amount of time and care have gone into this vehicle. This is a true street and strip car. It has ran a best of 10.07 @ 140.4 mph at the strip at a race weight of 3860 pounds. That's roughtly 815 rwhp. It had a whipple blower installed at 500 miles on the OD. This car idles and runs perfect, no tuning issues what so ever, and is the perfect sleeper until you get on it. Since the last time I race I've found out that locking up 2nd gear is good for another tenth so this car is definetely a high 9 second car in colder weather, low 10 second car in hot weather.
 
CONDITION:
Very good.  Since I put a lot of abuse on the factory engine I decided to put a new engine in it for the new owner.  It has a brand new Ford 04 Cobra long block that has only 100 miles on it.  I have the receipt and documentation for the new engine and it comes with a warranty from Ford.  The engine's condition can be verified and I would be glad to do a compression test with the new owner.
 
The car has always garage kept, was out in the rain only 3 times from unavoidable circumstances. The body is in outstanding shape (not one ding) with the exception of 3 small nicks which you can see in the pictures. Never in an accident or any type of collision. Car is inspected until 9-07.
 
I would rate the conditon of the body in good shape. It has one nick on the passenger fender, one nick on the back bumper, and one nick on the front bumper cover.  The hood has a slight crack in the paint and could stand to be repainted. Other than that the paint is mint, and has been zainoed several times. There is not one ding in any of the body work.
 
WHY I AM SELLING:
My wife's expecting our first child in June.  Daycare is about $800/month and I have a $550 car payment that I just can't afford anymore.  It breaks my heart to have to sell this car but I've been Modifying and Racing Mustangs since 1988. I don't need the toys anymore at this point in my life.
 
WHY BUY THIS CAR OVER ANOTHER ONE?
You know exactly what you are getting with this car. This car has full documentation. I have over 100 hundred pictures of this car.I have over 60 dyno sheets, and a hundred SCT tuning files. I will not BS anyone just to sell a car. I will be honest and upfront about every question asked. I will also offer my support after the sale of the car.  This car is turn key ready, if the new owner decides to modify the car I will offer my time and assistance to dial the mods in free of charge.
 
If the new owner wants to detune the car I can detune the car. If they want to step it up a little bit more I can help there too. 
 
I am also well known among the Mustang community and I promoted drag racing events for 5 years. I've been a heavy contributer to www.corral.net and www.modularfords.com for the past 8 years. I won't disappear after the sale.
 
HOW STREETABLE IS THIS CAR?
I get asked that question a lot.  This car can do anything a bone stock Mustang cobra can. It idles stock, doesn't overheat, maintains a good battery charge, and gets about 14-15 miles per gallon on the highway if you keep your foot out of it.  This car is setup to run on straight race gas (Turbo Blue 100 unleaded). It can be detuned for pump gas with no problems if that is an important issue.
 
 
POWER ADDER MODIFICATIONS:
Whipple 2.3 Supercharger
Metco X10 10 rib kit
Accufab Throttle Body
JLT high boost CAI with Custom flame paint job
Custom 13" S&B air filter
SCT BA2800 mass air
8 Gallon intercooler ice box in trunk w/Meziere pump
Gords Heat exchanger with dual 8"
 
POWERTRAIN MODS:
Brand new 04 Cobra long block that comes with a warranty.
Lentech 4R70W Automatic w/Manual valve body. Lockup input shaft, and 2.40 first gear.
Lentech transbrake
Precision Industries 9.5 Multiclutch torque converter
TCI deep sump transmission oil pan
Stock AODE shifter
B&M high tech transmission cooler with fan
Custom aluminum driveshaft w/beefy 448 ujoints
Level 5 Half Shafts
Motorsport 4.10 gears
Billet Flow IRS brace
Maximum Motorsport IRS brace
Kenne Brown front IRS brace
Performance Automatic SFI flywheel
Mach 1 pedal assembly
 
ELECTRONICS:
SCT BA2800 mass air sensor
SCT XCAL2 Flasher/datalogger
Kenne Brown Boost a spark
Kenne Brown Boost a pump
PA 170 amp alternator
Innovative LC-1 Wide band sensor with analog cable and gauge
 
ENGINE DRESS MODS
Chrome Canton water reserve tank.
Ford Motorsport Chrome spark plug covers
Chrome oil cap
Chrome fuse panel cover
 
EXHAUST MODS:
Stainless Works headers and 3" offroad exhaust system
 
FUEL SYSTEM MODS:
60 pound high impedance Bosch injectors
Modular Depot fuel pump line upgrade kit with high volume filter.
 
ELECTRIC MODS:
The battery has been relocated to the back
Flaming river kill switch
Upgraded fuel pump wiring
Monster size cable
Redudant grounds
Manual switch for intercooler pump
Manual switch for transmission fan
Manual switch for lockup
Manual switch for overdrive
 
MISC MODS:
QA1 front adjustable shocks
Autometer Phantom gauges including (water temp, oil temp, oil pressure, boost/vacuum, and transmission temp). Innovative air to fuel ratio gauge.
 
INTERIOR MODS:
Aftermarket rear seat delete kit from rearseatdeletes.com. Interior is stock with the exception of the AODE shifter/console, gauge pods, and rear seat delete kit.
 
ACCESSORIES:
Factory accessories such as Cruize control, power windows, defroster, Mach 460 stereo,  wipers, horn, etc function.
 
WHEELS AND TIRES
Factory wheels and original tires. In great shape.
Bogart 16X10 rear and 15X3.5 front
Hoosier 16X28X10 slicks
Mickey Thompson Sportsman front runners 8 ply
 
HISTORY OF THE CAR:
Nov 2004:
With 500 miles on the car I took the car to Alternative Auto in Michigan to have the Whipple supercharger installed with a Bassani offroad x pipe, and Flowmaster cat back mufflers. Lidio also installed a SCTBA2400 mass air meter, and Accufab throttle body. The car made 550 rwhp/520 torque with 16 pounds of boost. Read more about it here.
 
 
July 05 Track results
 
August 05 Dyno results
 
 
Oct 05 Track results
 
 
June 06 4R70W install
See the install article I wrote during the conversion of the automatic.
THIS LINK HAS MANY PICS OF THE AUTO TRANSMISSION INSTALL!
 
CONTACT INFO:
412-279-2531 home
 

Video of 10.09 track pass

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This is the rear seat delete kit that used to be in the car. I have removed it and put the stock seats back in. I will include this rear seat delete kit with the car.

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This picture shows that there is ample ground clearance.

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This picture indicates the scratch mark on the bumper

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Note the small nick in the fender

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Note the paint is cracked on the hood and needs to be repainted by Ford as defective paint.