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I never knew there were 02 Cobras. Never seen one for sure. Learn something everyday. Any difference other than right hand drive? That would be cool to have a right hand drive car. Weird to get used to, but cool.
The article only talks about the Mustang Cobra. There was also the Torino Cobra, the Dodge Daytona Cobra, and I've read that currently the Cobra badge is on a truck and a 4-door sedan in Australia.
Since the 2002 Mustang Cobra was built exclusively for Australia it would be pretty easy to tell if you saw one. The steering wheel would be on the opposite side.
True. The Torino Cobra was a bad mo fo back in the day.
1999 SVT Cobra Coupe
black on black
JLT Ram Air Intake
Cobra R Rims w/275-40Z17 Kumho Tires
UPR Catted X-Pipe
Magnaflow Catback Exhaust
Eibach lowering springs
Koni Sport adjustible shocks/struts
Steeda Tri-ax short throw shifter
Coiled Cobra Grille Emblem
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