Time Capsule 2003 Terminator Mustang Cobra Worth Big Bucks Today


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Termi prices are starting to get ridiculous. This one makes sense but others are like... Come on.
 

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It was worth every penny of $35K in 03, IMO.

Also, I don't remember this:
"the 2001 model year was plagued with faulty aluminum engine blocks, which Ford replaced with the original cast iron block"
 

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I don't remember that but I do remember them being super under powered.
 

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It was worth every penny of $35K in 03, IMO.

Also, I don't remember this:
"the 2001 model year was plagued with faulty aluminum engine blocks, which Ford replaced with the original cast iron block"
I don’t think that’s true, it was just slow as balls. It’s my understanding that they moved to iron blocks so they could boost. I even think they continued using the 99 and 01 cobra motor in the Mach mustang.
 

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It was worth every penny of $35K in 03, IMO.
Nostalgia aside, total rational thinking....I disagree.


good bottom end and easy to modify. What else did the car offer? Values on these defy logic. Although I loved mine, it was a cool car to have owned during its heyday.....definitely not something to own now.
 

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