Re-establishing the Mustang as a performance vehicle, the Mustang Cobra was produced by Ford’s Special Vehicle Team. This SVT Cobra is highly reminiscent of the 1983 Ford Mustang SVO which was developed by Ford’s Special Vehicle Operations.
Like the SVO ,the SVT is an upgraded version of what the regular Mustang should be. Neccessary horsepower and suspension components help the Cobra keep pace with other sports cars of the period.
During the year it was released, the Cobra was the official pace car of the Indianapolis 500.
1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible – sold for $10,175 This Mustang Cobra convertible is one of 499 built with a rare hardtop option. 5-speed manual transmission. One owner since new and a rust free California vehicle. 48,000 original miles. Comes with hardtop stand, bra, videos, documentation, California personalized plates and Certificate of Authenticity. Auction Source: 2012 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction
1997 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra – sold for $7,975 1997 SVT Cobra convertible special ordered fall of 1996. White convertible top requested and granted by Ford. Car number 788 of 3,088 built. Excellent original documentation will go to new owner. Always stored in a climate controlled garage. Never driven in snow. New BFGoodrich speed rated tires. Car has had excellent care since new. Right valve cover has signatures of engine builders Doug Campbell and Jim Adams. 92,000 original miles. Auction Source: 2012 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction