03 oxford white cobra convertible

Tweak302

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Price drop. 20k. Found something i really want to get into. Ive put a whopping 100 miles on it this year.
The car currently has 49,900 miles and has light bolt-ons. 9 thread heads per stamping number and date tag ('04) Overall the Oxford white exterior is in very good shape, the black top has been replaced about 3 years ago by the previous owner and the charcoal/parchment interior is free of any defects. The driver seat does not show any tears or discoloration just normal signs of wear. The passenger and rear seats are in excellent shape. Several exterior components have been professionally repainted last year to eliminate rock chips. Components painted were hood (top, and underside) rocker panels and side scoops. The interior is clean, and everything works as it should, hot heat, cold A/C. Head unit has been replaced with an kenwood double din with navigation and bluetooth. Only cosmetic issues are two cracks in the rear quarter trim from previous owner installing the California light bar where you need to drill for the bolt access and a haitline crack in the plastic piece around the wipers. Thanks Convertible top works great with no signs of lift cylinder issues. The factory mach speakers work, but sound a little tired.

The Cobra currently sits on 18x9.5 and 18x10.5 Aodhan wheels finished in black chrome, with 315/30R18 Toyo TQ drag radials in back and and 255/40R18s Toyo Proxes Ta in the front. Smaller head IRS bolts have been utilized along with rolled quarters to prevent tire rub. Wheels and tires were purchased new in October '17 and have less than 750 miles on them.

The engine runs strong, transmission shifts great, no clutch slip issues and rear end fluid has recently been changed. There are no leaks, and the Cobra does not burn or leak any oil/fluids. T56 trans shifts great. Modifications include ported throttle and compressor housing, tri-ax shifter, CAI, upper and lower pulley, idler tensioner set, x pipe and borla cat back, 2 inch lowering springs, welded in subframe connectors, and maximum motorsports caster/camber plates. The car put down 490 hp, and 580 tq on a mustang dyno.
 

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MG0h3

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Not sure if you’re adding more but price?


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