A Back-in-the-Day Review of the 1993 Ford Mustang Car Craft Cobra 200
Hitting 200 miles per hour back in the 1990s was a lofty goal. Nevertheless, Car Craft magazine wanted to reach the double-century mark back in the age of pogs and grunge music – and it was hell-bent on using a 1993 Ford Mustang Cobra to do it.
With all the buzz over the 2015 Mustang, we tend to forget that the Ford nameplate isn’t the only car beloved by Mustang fans celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year. The iconic Shelby Cobra, which has been as much a part of Mustang history as the pony itself over the years, is also celebrating five […] More »
American Muscle’s Project: Fox-body reaches into its 4th stage with some exciting results like new dyno numbers of 466 hp and 450 lb-ft at the wheels and 11.63 @ 120 mph at the track. The stock bottom-end and T5-equipped Fox-body convertible is one clean car and American Muscle really brought it back from dead! Want […] More »
This Cobra owner decided to ditch his modular motor in favor of a good ol’ pushrod Ford that displaces 418-cubic inches and is force-fed by a 114MM turbo while sipping on Q16. And despite the automatic transmission that’s soaking up plenty of power, it still manages to throw down an astonishing 1386 WHP at the […] More »
OK, so it’s not a Mustang, but it is one of the coolest Ford-powered cars to ever roll the earth: A dragged out Cobra roadster. The car in question is owned by John Stock and competes in the ultra cool NHRA Super Stock Eliminator that has an eclectic blend of cars all competing for the […] More »