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Old 02-17-2012, 10:56 AM   #1
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95' turbo cobra street project

Up for grabs. !995 mustang cobra Ex-street turbo car. i Do not have time or the funds to finish this project, i have some priorities that have to be taken care of first. This was Delk performance former car in which it terrorized the streets of Tenn. for years. IT is a good car and a great project for anyone looking to start. Needs some TLC such as like paint, and a small dent in the passenger rear upper panel that needs to be fixed.. some wheels/Transmission and your good to go.(comes with a cervinis 2 1/2 cowl hood).. needs a set of new headlights.. Cobra is black on Black with black leather seats. Best times.. 8.80's at 160mph..
here is what is has as far as the roller itself:

10 point Wolfe Chromemoly Cage
stock looking fuel sump with fittings
Weldon 2025 D2025-A External Racing Fuel Pump
Fuel Braided Lines
Anthony Jones Tubular K-member
coil set up
Fluidyne custom Alum. Radiator
Spearco Air to Water Intercooler
AeroSpace Pistol grip Shifter for Power glide
Built rear end (moser axles, C-clip Eliminator,.3.23 gears, welded tubes)
Wolfe anti-roll bar, and Wolfe upper and lower control arms

Motor:
R block SVO 302ci.
bored at 40' over
Rods: eagle H-bean 4340 Rods (good)
Pistons: Forged Turbo/Blower pistons, dual notched (Needs cleaning, Good)
Crank: 4340 Eagle Forged Crank (Spunned by journal area< may be re welded, or just purchase a new crank, block was not effected!).
My combination was a 331ci.
Billet main Caps

Heads:
Trickflow R-heads
titanium intake valves 2.08
SS Exhaust valve 1.60
Intake chambers 206cc
CFM @ 329.. (last flowed 5 yrs ago by Foxlake)
guide plates
1.630 beelock springs
FRPP stud mount 1.7 rockers.
ARP stud bolts (USED< recommended new)

Intake (Upper assembly)
Recently powder coated Vic.Jr. lower intake
Recently powder coated Wilson 90' Elbow
Recently Powder coated CCP billet fuel rails
160lb. Delphi-Bosch injectors
105mm Polished Accufad Race Throttle Body

Turbo System (Custom FAB.)
Precision PT-98mm turbo
98mm Inducer wheel
F-Trim
7 In Outlet,
Ceramic Coated Silver compressor
Ceramic Coated Black Exhaust
1.32 A/R
Recently Re freshed, No bearing failure, no Slack or play
Ceramic coated Turbo Bracket*
FRPP Shorty headers
4 in Down pipe
Custom Fab Cross pipe with (Steel) with External Tial v60 wastegate
Powder coated cold pipes
Turbonetic Goszilla BOV
Spearco Air to water inter-cooler (Located in passenger side Dash, Braced with Roll cage)

Management System/Electric System:
SpeedPro old school management system
Converted to Sequential by FAST in 06'
MSD crank trigger
MSD 2 step
MSD 6AL
Harness and sensors.
(System is currently in car).

MISC. parts.
Moroso oil pan with bungs for turbo
FRPP tall valve covers
couplers and clamps for the turbo system
Edelbrock water pump(Would recommend a new one though)
Timing cover
.

Missing items that you need to complete:
Transmission, Stall, Flywheel, Drive shaft
Some wheels that will make it look nice
Gauges(does have some POS gauges, will recommend replacement)

the Cobra has a clear Tenn. Title when first purchased from John out of Delk performance.. There is some videos in Youtube..External-TTcobra vs F150, TTcobra vs. Tsupra).. it is a good project to re start.. has alot of good parts.. my loss is your gain.. add your paint, wheels and transmission re-machine the block and crank- put together and you will have a killer car.

Car currently has 98k on the odometer.
Black on Black.

Any additional information please Call me or text me. 832 605 0253

or email me at noel.soto@kbr.com

Need this car gone.. i have a lien on my property due to delinquent taxes =/..

Throw my an offer.. and take it all.
























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Old 02-22-2012, 10:50 PM   #2
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What are you asking for the Turbo setup?
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how much for roller and block?
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what kind of price for all of it ?
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what kind of price for all of it ?
Ditto^ Give us a ballpark of what you think it's worth.
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for what is, ready to go.. 11k.. this car ran in the 8 sec zone.. little bit of investment and its a 8 sec car as it once was.
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How much for just the intake, elbow, and air/water intercooler? If your willing to separate.

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I think im just gonna keep it
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