Alright folks, i'm looking to go a different direction so i'm posting up the Cobra. This isnt a "must sell", but i'm ready to move on. I've had the car since September 2013. Always garaged, never seen winter weather, salty roads, or snow of any sort since I had it. I havent had it on any tracks, just a fun cruiser. Previous owner had the car for 7 years, and did 99% of the work to it. I have put new BFG KDW II's on the rear, a Ford alternator, and resealed the diff since owning it. Basic rundown of the mods completed by the previous owner, with all paperwork to back it up. I have a 3 ring binder full of documents. MMR 900 built motor 2.76 blower pulley and metco idlers 2# lower pulley Liberty 26 spine transmission input shaft Zone 5 Modified FPDM Ford GT Fuel pumps 60lb Injectors Bassani Offroad X-pipe with Magnaflow cat-back (I have the factory h-pipe too) Autometer Wideband O2 and steering column gauge pod Spec Stage 3+ clutch Solid IRS bushings with IRS Brace Subframe Connectors 18" Replica Cobra wheels, 9" up front and 10.5" rear Steeda Tri-ax shifter Tuned with SCT XCal 2 and put down 492hp/502tq, with dyno graphs. The PO claimed they backed the tune down after the dyno, and I have had it on the dyno to verify it is sitting at 451hp. I suspect just a bit of timing would have it right back up around 500. The front bumper cover does have a few rock dings, but with a clean wash you cannot tell until you are very close. A respray on the hood and bumper cover would make this a very very clean car. I get lots of looks and compliments any time I take it out! These photos are after a good friend did a top to bottom detail and paint restoration. He is the best of the best, does all of the high-end exotics here in town and really knows his stuff. The car sounds and drives great, I love driving it! I am located just outside Kansas City, MO. I would like $21,500. I know it has some miles, and you can buy 700hp twin-screw cars for this, but I believe it is a good starting point for a very clean car with a properly built motor and solid history.