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Old 02-04-2003, 03:21 PM   #1
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Looking to Buy this Cobra

Looking to buy a 94 Cobra w/ 105K on body with a new Tremec 3550 and new Central Coast Mustang Gt-40 crate motor,new aluminum drive shaft, u-joints and hurst billet plus shifter along with ssm lift bars and shocks, new compressor for a/c, new tint, new exhaust--shorties mac h-pipe flows and chrome tips. The car also has welded subframes, reinforced torque boxes and 3.73 gears. He is asking $9000. Is this kind of high?? If so what would be a reasonable offer to offer him?? Thanks
1994 Rio Red Cobra
Dynomax Catback
BBK Shorty Headers, 65mm TB
3.73 Gears, Dynomax Catback, CAI, Pro-5.0
89 GT
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Old 02-04-2003, 11:25 PM   #2
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If you don't buy it, I will!

I could use another stang to park next to the three I got!
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Old 02-04-2003, 11:55 PM   #3
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I am always weary about buying a heavily modified car. That one has some serious stuff on it and I can guarantee itís been raced. The other issue with buying a modified vehicle is that you may be buying another personís problem. Maybe they didnít pick quite the right combination of parts and do a quality job on the installation. You could be chasing down gremlins for months.

Iím not saying this is a bad choice, Iím just saying to be careful. Price wise this seems like a reasonable deal. But personally I would wait for a bone-stock car.
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93 Cobra: Vortech S-Trim, ARF 165ís, TFS Stage I cam, 42# injectors, Kirban AFPR, Pro-M 80, AFM Power Pipe, MSD 6BTM, MSD Blaster Coil, fuel pressure and boost gauges, 255 Walbro in-tank pump, T-Rex, 130 amp 3G alt, Fluidyne radiator, Mark VIII fan, 1 5/8" JBA unequal length shorties, Bassani off-road X-pipe and cat-back, Maximum Motorsports Caster Camber Plates, D&D tubular K-member & coil overs, Tokico Illumina shocks/struts, Global West LCAs, 3.73 gears, Pro-5.0 shifter, Winger letters

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Old 02-05-2003, 12:02 AM   #4
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If you do decide to buy it make sure you get under it and really check it out. And drive it. See if you can get it up on a lift.

Speaking of bone stock Cobras. . . I have a fantastic 96 Mystic for sale that is bone stock.

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