I'm having a kid in July and need to clear garage space so I'm officially putting my Cobra up for sale. Here are the specifics: 2001 Cobra. 187k miles $8,500 Grey with Black interior and light grey suede inserts Parts list: Jacking rails Maximum Motorsports coil overs Brand new (never driven) Bilstein shocks and struts Maximum Motorsports A-arms and bushings (only a few thousand miles on them) Maximum Motorsports K-member with brace (brace isn't installed but I'll include it) Maximum Motorsports steering shaft (not installed but included) Maximum Motorsports caster/camber plates Maximum Motorsports full length sub frame connectors (fully welded which cost a pretty penny to do) Maximum Motorsports Bumpsteer kit Torsion rear end 4.11 gears 03 Cobra half shafts Brand new (never driven) rear wheel/hub bearings Brand new remaned rear knuckles from Full Tilt Boogie Racing Complete Full Tilt Boogie Racing bushing kit with grease fittings Pro 5.0 shifter Full length long tube headers X-pipe Bassani cat-back with baffles Cold Air kit and meter SCT chip and tuner 18" black chrome FR500's Brand new (never driven) BFGoodrich KDW-2 tires. Cross Drilled and slotted rotors. FMS clutch and throwout bearing. Both are about a year old. New battery with no miles. Lit SVT coin holder delete The stereo: Eclipse CD7200 mkII - this is a very high end stereo. It requires an amp to run, I've taken both amps out of the car. The car is wired and ready to go with 0/1 gauge knukoncetz wiring, speaker wires, terminal blocks (with fuses mounted on the driver's side rear), and terminal posts along with inline fuses (seen in engine shots). The wiring is all set up for two amps on the backs of the rear seats. The entire rear of the car from the backs of the front seats back has been sound deadened as deadening and sealing the doors. All of the deadening is still in tact and not falling off in the doors like you'll see in hack job installs and I replaced all of the body clips when removing interior panels so to cut down on rattles. Eclipse HD radio add-on Eclipse Sirius Satellite add-on Shaved antenna (antenna is mounted in the front headliner). The door speakers have baffles that fit 6" speakers and had plenty of clearance for the Focals I had in there and the rear deck lid has mdf fit for 6" components back there as well. I do not have the original Mach 460 sound system as it had seen better days. Custom fiberglass sub box, ported and ready for a sub. This box is perfectly molded to the back of the car and takes up very little trunk space. The paint is in decent shape and still looks good. The car hasn't been in any major accidents but has had cosmetic damage on the right side of the car. The right side rear fender and door were repaired and repainted. There was no damage to the front right fender, hood, or front bumper but I had those resprayed to get rid of rock chips, fill in license plate holes, and shave the antenna. The rear spoiler's paint is shot and the clear coat is failing and there is a small spot on the hood where the clear started to fail as well as a dime sized chip of paint on the front bumper. The interior is still in great shape with the exception of the driver's seat which has wear and tear. The driver's side door needs a new bushing but I haven't gotten around to fixing it. Mechanically the car is solid. The entire rear end was gone through and rebuilt a year ago. All of the major work on the car has been done by Rob Wetzel at Fit Fabrication since the day I got the car. I've done the minor maintenance myself. I bought the car at 72K miles from a member here on SVT. I'd like the car to go to someone that appreciates it and I want them to be happy with the car so I will answer any questions, both good and bad about the car. Just ask.