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1998 Cobra Value

Discussion in '4.6L Mustangs' started by 89DirtCoupe, Jan 3, 2014.

  1. 89DirtCoupe

    89DirtCoupe Well-Known Member

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    So, I may have found a decent donor car for my swap. It is a 1998 Cobra with 74k miles on it. It was in a accident (Hit in the rear quarter, driver door, and front bumper) and from what the current owner says, it runs great. I'm looking at using most of the car for my swap.

    I was curious what everyone thought it would be worth considering it runs and drives?
     
  2. ponyboy89lx

    ponyboy89lx Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    I know my location limited me on a donor car, there is not a lot of wrecked cobra's here and if they are even remotely fixable they want a high price. So depends on the location of your donor, if it runs and drives 2500 or so maybe a little less. I found one just a couple miles from me that was wrecked then fixed needed paint and the boy wanted 2500 for it. I was about to rip his arm off for it but the title was a little iffy so I backed out of the deal.
     
  3. 89DirtCoupe

    89DirtCoupe Well-Known Member

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    I'm still on the hunt for something. I'd really like to find a Cobra so I can use the complete drivetrain, harness, brakes, and computer.
     
  4. Speedtospare

    Speedtospare Well-Known Member

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    Dont forget Mach 1 or Aviator motors. Cheap c head 4V's
     
  5. Lariat

    Lariat New Member

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    if I remember correctly the aviator motor has about as much flow as termi heads. that is definitely an option.
     
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    metalman302 Member

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    The mach, termi, and aviator heads are all the same... so yes they would flow the same.
     
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    rcustomz Active Member

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    depends on location, seen them anywhere from 1000 to 3000 depending on condition and miles
     

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