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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-07-2018, 12:52 PM Thread Starter
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Got an offer on my 66 Coupe I couldnít refuse and wanted to own something Iíve never had before, a Fox. Iíve had 2 69 coupes, 66 Coupe and a 98 GT. I bought this in February. First fox Iíve ever ridden in.



1993 Cobra. 139k miles. Original motor and trans. Original paint and interior is mostly original except carpet, new front seat foam and a hurst shifter. Lots of fun to drive!


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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-07-2018, 01:01 PM
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Does this mean you're going to change your name to Tubbster1993?



I've started a blog about my car and adventures: http://65mustangfun.blogspot.com/

1965 Fastback, 289, Toploader 4 Speed, owned by me since June 1980. Originally a C-code with a C-4. 5R09C16****
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Does this mean you're going to change your name to Tubbster1993?


Nope, staying the same!


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Nice choice sir. Thatís the Fox to have.

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post #5 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-07-2018, 10:54 PM
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Yeah, first Fox is a 93 cobra? Can't go wrong there

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Congrats nice looking fox body.
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I'd rather have the Mustang parked in the background in front of the hangar.



I've started a blog about my car and adventures: http://65mustangfun.blogspot.com/

1965 Fastback, 289, Toploader 4 Speed, owned by me since June 1980. Originally a C-code with a C-4. 5R09C16****
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139K miles, these 5.0's are barely broken in. Good score

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Congrats, thats a great looking car. I'd love to have a fox one day.

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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-10-2018, 08:55 PM
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Damn good looking cobra. I still have my first Fox Mustang.
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Can't go wrong with a '93 Cobra....Last year too...

You did choose wisely.

Fox Bodied cars ('79-'93) were built really well...and have been a fan favorite of Drag Racers for decades due to their power to weight ratio...They have become quite collectible and increasing in value every year... A Cobra model is among the best of them. Quite collectible! It will only increase in value with the years to come.....and you'll never have a problem selling it.

PS: Nice Vintage P-51 Mustang in the background!

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