Classic Car Overview
This 2004 Ford Mustang Cobra Twin Turbo has way too much going on for it to fit in one listing. It was born a very rare SVT Terminator in MystiChrome paint. And while these were already exceptionally quick and nimble, the full package has been upgraded with an awesome fully independent suspension, race-ready transmission, and fully-built twin-turbo V8 rated at 780+ horsepower! There is some serious added power to this coupe, and we could almost say this one was going incognito because it keeps much of the stock SVT Cobra style...except we all know this is special. The MystiChrome is a special color-shifting paint that was only offered in 2004. Its a special edition Cobra as part of the Mustangs 40th anniversary. Only 515 coupes were made before shutting the books on this chameleon paint. This special finish continues to look good today thanks to good care and the right updates. The color is so stunning that people might not immediately take notice of the hood pins, huge exhaust tips, rear kill switch, and quite rare Weld Alumastars wheels with the skinny/wide front/rear setup thats pure quarter-mile cool. The interior is a terrific mix of the best stock pieces and a true race-ready style. For example, the seats could have been replaced with racing buckets, but the factory leather upholstery has the special MystiChrome insets. The same goes for the Cobra steering wheel. It keeps convenient features like power windows, power locks, keyless entry, a tilt steering column, power steering, an upgraded AM/FM stereo w/aux input, and cold-blowing air conditioning. But the moment you slip into the drivers seat, you know this is one wild ride. The factory SVT gauges are supplemented by readouts for the trans temp, air intake temp, volts, boost, wideband air/fuel, water temp, fuel pressure, and a shift light. The center console now has a US Shift trans controller, NLR boost control unit, full toggle switches, and a B&M Pro Bandit shifter. There is a start sequence for this car, and the full experience now feels more like youre about to launch rather than hit the road! Youll love showing off the tidy look of the monster motor just as much as youll love to talk about all the big upgrades. It starts with a Teksid aluminum block. The Mustangs 4.6-liter displacement was enlarged to the legendary 5.0. This DOHC setup features Cushman Motorsports turbo cams, Injector Dynamics 1000cc injectors, and 9-thread heads. You have the recently installed Twin Turbos 6266 precision ball bearing turbochargers. They also include Precision Turbo wastegates, a Tial blow-off valve, a Treadstone intercooler, and a custom turbo oil drain reservoir. We have a huge list of the investments that went into the powerhouse. Its too long to fully list here, and so you should really call for the full details. Just know that it was dyno-tested to 789 horsepower at the rear wheels, and that was on pump gas! The stout 4R70W four-speed transmission is a Lentech thats now on a manual shifter. It includes a Precision Industries torque converter, transbrake, Mag-Hytec deep sump pan, and a separate cooler. This is an awesome race setup, but its still built to be a driver that automatically goes into overdrive at highway speeds. These Terminators were built with a rare fully independent suspension, but thats not good enough for a car like this. So you have UPR tubular A-arms, QA1 coil over shocks, and Maximum Motorsports double adjustable strut tower alignment. Theres also a UPR K-member and Kenny Brown subframe bracing. A full set of M&H Racemaster tires keeps this one planted to the pavement, and slotted four-wheel disc brakes give you firm control. Complete with build receipts, this is where exceptional rarity and absolute power meet. So if you want a blacktop burner thats also a stunner, this is the one. Call now!