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Good for a quarter-mile run of 14.5 seconds at 98 mph, the 1993 SVT Mustang Cobra was the first production pony produced by Ford’s nascent Special Vehicle Team. This rare example hit the market for a whopping $75,000.

COSTLY COBRA Would you spend four times its sticker price for a Fox Cobra?

For many, a 1993 SVT Mustang Cobra represents the pinnacle of Fox Mustang lineage. With 235 horsepower under the hood, a tuned suspension, and unique appearance upgrades, these cars truly stood out at the time.

That was in part because of their rarity, as the Special Vehicle Team followed the mantra of delivering “Performance, Substance, Exclusivity and Value.” As such, only 4,993 examples of the first SVT Mustang were created during the 1993 model year and only 1,355 of those were sprayed in Teal Metallic Clearcoat.

That was in part because of their rarity, as the Special Vehicle Team followed the mantra of delivering “Performance, Substance, Exclusivity and Value.” As such, only 4,993 examples of the first SVT Mustang were created during the 1993 model year and only 1,355 of those were sprayed in Teal Metallic Clearcoat.

That said, unmolested Foxes are really hard to find these days and these cars are coming into their own on the collector scene. This one is completely stock and only has 200 miles on the clock, which certainly makes it desirable. So, if you are in the market for an OG SVT Cobra in the rarest color configuration, how much would you be willing to spend?

(rear) With a clean CarFax report, this SVT Cobra is stock right down to the Goodyear P245/45ZR-17 tires on 17x7.5-inch cast aluminum wheels. (odometer) Part of a private collection, this example only has 200 miles on the odometer. (engine) Topped by a cast version of the Ford Racing, GT-40 intake, the 5.0 engine in the Cobra delivered 235 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque.