I've actually seen them alot on ebay here and there through the years. They're nice but I think i would take a 2000 R over a 95 R.
same here......I've actually seen them alot on ebay here and there through the years. They're nice but I think i would take a 2000 R over a 95 R.
:laugh::laugh::laugh:FYI You needed an NHRA license to buy this and they came with a 351w and 300hp. Someone buy me it!
"The 1995 Mustang brought about no significant changes to the base model, GT, or Cobra, but the addition of two new trim lines offered enthusiasts two quick new options. The first, more basic addition was the Mustang GTS. The GTS was basically a stripped down GT, with the performance aspects of the GT, as well as the badging, but there were no fog lights as found on the GT, and no rear GT wing. Also, the interior was similar to that found in the V6 base model with cloth manual seats; although a power driver's seat was an option. The GT gauge cluster was standard on the GTS, but power locks and windows were not. However, if you chose a GTS, you could order any option that was offered for the base model. This trim line offered someone who wanted the grunt of the GT without the cost and options, and this was only offered for 1995. The bigger news was the reintroduction of the mighty Cobra R. Considering the popularity of the 1993 Cobra R, the SVT engineers went back to work to produce an even meaner R, and the 1995 Cobra R did not disappoint. While the 1993 Cobra R used the same engine as the Cobra, the 1995 R used a whole new engine, and the 250 1995 Cobra R's were basically a street legal race car, and a professional driver's license (NHRA or SCCA) was required for purchase. The new engine of the Cobra R was a naturally aspirated 5.8L, producing 300 horsepower, mated to a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission, and fed by a 20 gallon Fuel-Safe racing fuel cell. The suspension was heavily upgraded with progressive rate springs, a front strut tower brace, and larger stabilizer bars; so not only would this new Cobra R get up and go in a straight line (running a stock 13.8 second quarter mile) but it would also handle the road course as well. Saleen Industries had the relative same lineup, with the power ranging from 371 to 480 horsepower. One other interesting and very rare Mustang offering for 1995 was the option of a hardtop convertible. 499 of this hardtop convertible were produced, and even more rare were a few convertibles which came with a hardtop and soft-top, and although they were never officially offered, there are some in public hands today. The hardtop option was cool, but it was inconvenient and would be done away with after 1995. Thanks in part to the new options, and the increased interest of the public the 1995 outsold the 1994 model.":laugh::laugh::laugh:
NHRA license for a car that would probably run 13's off the showroom floor? where the hell did you get that info from?
nhra doesnt require a license till 9.99 or 135mph...13.8's are a FAR cry from that lolrunning a stock 13.8 second quarter mile
Oh how times have changed. Just kidding I'm only 21 lol.But now you can buy a 600 hp vette without one LMAO
Too bad he ruined it with the stripes! Seriously, what was he thinking?:nono:one on craiglsit kinda locally. $22,000 with 9,000 miles.
its a cool car just cause of the rarety.
1995 Cobra R Mustang