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Old 10-04-2013, 01:08 AM   #1
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Brock Manley: Ford Assembly Plant:

I did hrs of research and found the most rare 1979 Mustang cobra ever produced Vin#9F03F110024. Ford factory upgrade to the HO 4V 302 V8 with new T5 manual transmission: The head of operation in 1979 ordered this car, had the entire car built minus a motor and transmission and kept it at the palnt. Then in late 1981 right before they made the 1982 GT, they already had the concept motor for the 1983 GT with the 4 barrel carb insted of the 2 barrel, the roller cam, the better intake, and the 5 speed transmission.......Well to make a long story short:: being the head of the plant he could pretty much do what he wanted ......he put this 1979 Mustang Cobra back through the assembley line and had the 302 H.O 4V and the 5speed tranny installed. This is the only 1979 Mustang Cobra in the world with a numbers matching 302 H.O 4V and numbers matching 5 speed.

Just wanted to share this I couldn't believe it: That car is going to be worth a fortune
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Old 10-04-2013, 01:30 AM   #2
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Vin # 9f03f110024

Brock Manley: Ford Assembly Plant:

I did hrs of research and found the most rare 1979 Mustang cobra ever produced Vin#9F03F110024. Ford factory upgrade to the HO 4V 302 V8 with new T5 manual transmission: The head of operation in 1979 ordered this car, had the entire car built minus a motor and transmission and kept it at the palnt. Then in late 1981 right before they made the 1982 GT, they already had the concept motor for the 1983 GT with the 4 barrel carb insted of the 2 barrel, the roller cam, the better intake, and the 5 speed transmission.......Well to make a long story short:: being the head of the plant he could pretty much do what he wanted ......he put this 1979 Mustang Cobra back through the assembley line and had the 302 H.O 4V and the 5speed tranny installed. This is the only 1979 Mustang Cobra in the world with a numbers matching 302 H.O 4V and numbers matching 5 speed.

Just wanted to share this I couldn't believe it: That car is going to be worth a fortune
Ok:: soooo do you own it now? Got any pics of it?
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Old 10-04-2013, 10:25 AM   #3
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Yes yes, pictures please, for I have a hard time believing this, but you never know.
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Old 10-04-2013, 01:52 PM   #4
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With his use of the word "that" I'm guessing he doesn't own it but wanted to share a fun fact with the mustang world.
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Old 10-26-2013, 10:49 AM   #5
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Ok:: soooo do you own it now? Got any pics of it?
no, I don't own it I just that story I wanted to share it.
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Old 10-26-2013, 10:50 AM   #6
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If it is true I want to own it !!!!
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Old 11-16-2013, 11:10 PM   #7
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That would be worth some money. Almost like the 65 rotary Mustang. The only downside is you can't drive it and why have a car that you can't drive?
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