The Ford Mustang Cobra 2014 prototype rolled through the recent auction sale of Las Vegas Barrett -Jackson, where an anonymous buyer bought the muscle car for $ 200,000. We reported last month that the prototype NHRAis ready to hit the block, with the proceeds going to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Under the hood, the prototype is like any other Mustang Cobra 2014 with the 5.0 liter V8 compressor equipped with a 2.9 liter Whipple. Other features include a gearbox career three-speed, three-link rear suspension a rear axle 9 inc.
Recaro brand Mustang Cobra 2014 racing brake light, roll cage, wheelie bar, and more. Mustang one of a-kind painting is finished in bright orange with gray stripes and wears a distinctive badge with the logo of the organization. It also has a unique serial number. Besides having now a prototype Mustang Cobra 2014, the winning bidder will also receive a free school drag race training, a tour of the Product Development Center Ford, Ford and Ford Racing Design Studios, video of the construction of Cobra Jet, and inclusion in a future book and documentary Mustang. The Mustang Cobra 2014 prototype was used to certify the competence 2014 Cobra Jet Mustang NHRA production cycle and normally costs $ 97,990.
The 2014 Mustang Cobra Jet race ready Fiery orange painted Mustang Cobra is powered by a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 mated to a T4 race and has a 9-inch rear end 3-link rear suspension, wheelie bar, Recaro racing seats, NHRA complies with safety cage and more. In addition to taking home the dragster normal-looking factory, the winning bidder will also receive training in Drag Racing School in Roy Hill, a tour of the Ford product development and Ford Design Studios, and a video of the construction process the Cobra Jet 2014.
As a reminder, the Ford Mustang Cobra 2014, the top floor of this type based on the fifth generation pony dragster, is only 50 examples built and sold for 97 $990 each.