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(from the 1998 Collection Pages) NEW POST Check out this cool 1998 Cobra Steeda Mustang in Chrome Yellow exterior paint (officially Steeda 98-011). This amazing car is owned by Jose Valverde and he photographed it with a Hot Wheels package making it look like a small special toy model. This photo is our Attitude Of The Week starting January 12, 2019.
(from the 1998 Collection Pages) NEW POST Here is a cool view with a US flag mural in the background. Jose tells us, Steeda Autosports offered three Mustang packages in 1998; Mustang, Mamba, and Cobra. The first level Mustang offered suspension, exhaust, and naturally aspirated engine improvements for the 4.6 2V. The Mamba package added a Vortech blower and additional suspension improvements to the Mustang package. The Cobra leveraged the 4V platform as its canvas for Steedas best performing vehicle in 1998.
(from the 1998 Collection Pages) NEW POST Another nice view of Jose's 1998 Steeda Cobra Mustang. Jose adds, Steeda built 8 SVT Cobras out of the 15 serialized vehicles built that year with 98-011 being the last of the four Chrome Yellow Cobras. It has been a South Florida car all its life and is one of 709 Chrome Yellow Cobra coupes in 1998. The 98-011 Steeda build included: Steeda sport springs, heavy duty super and aluminum lower control arms, alloy steel strut tower and frame rail braces, adjustable rear anti sway bar, Tokico adjustable shock/struts, Vortech S-trim supercharger at 8psi, Pro M mass air flow sensor with custom K&N air filter, Steeda wing, wheels, Bassani exhaust system, 3.73 gears, Steeda Tri-ax Shifter with handle, and an aluminum driveshaft.
(from the 1998 Collection Pages) NEW POST It's race day!
(from the 1998 Collection Pages) NEW POST The 1998 Steeda Mustang Cobra in front of another cool mural.
(from the 1998 Collection Pages) NEW POST Nice left-rear view of a 1998 Steeda Cobra Mustang in Chrome Yellow exterior paint. It really stands out in this photo.
(from the 1998 Collection Pages) NEW POST Four red and one yellow. This 1998 Steeda Cobra Mustang is really cool!
(from the 1998 Collection Pages) NEW POST Jose's says his 1998 Cobra Steeda comes with Steeda sport springs, heavy duty super and aluminum lower control arms, alloy steel strut tower and frame rail braces, adjustable rear anti sway bar, Tokico adjustable shock/struts, Vortech S-trim supercharger at 8psi, Pro M mass air flow sensor with custom K&N air filter, Steeda wing, wheels, Bassani exhaust system, 3.73 gears, Steeda Tri-ax Shifter with handle, and an aluminum driveshaft.
(from the 1998 Collection Pages) NEW POST Nice custom interior of Jose's 1998 Cobra Steeda Mustang. Amazing!

(from the 1999 Collection Pages) NEW POST This is the 1999 Roush Mustang sales brochure featuring the Roush Sport, Roush Stage 1, Stage 2, Convertible. and Roush Cobra, Options for the 1999 Roush V6, GT, and Cobra are described and shown.
(from the 1999 Collection Pages) NEW POST Double page view of a 1999 Roush Mustang describing what Roush does.
(from the 1999 Collection Pages) NEW POST Inside there is a 4 page fold-out showing all the features of the Roush Sport, Stage 1 and 2, Convertible, and the Cobra.
(from the 1999 Collection Pages) NEW POST The 1999 Roush Mustang Sport and Stage 1 is featured here in a closeup of the sales brochure. The Roush Sport features side skirts, front fascia, rear valances, performance exhaust, tool box, floor mats, graphics, and emblems. The Roush Stage 1 includes side skirts, front fascia, rear valances, exhaust, rear wing, dash badge, tool box, floor mats, graphics, and emblems.
(from the 1999 Collection Pages) NEW POST The 1999 Roush Stage 2 is featured on this part of the center pages. It is listed as having side skirts, front fascia, rear valances, exhaust, rear wing, dash badge, Roush suspension (shocks, springs, control arms, sway bars, snubber), 5 spoke 18 inch wheels, high performance tires, tool box, floor mats, graphics, and emblems.
(from the 1999 Collection Pages) NEW POST The 1999 Roush Convertible lists side skirts, front fascia, rear valances, exhaust, sub frame connector, tool box floor mats, graphics, badges, and wheels.
(from the 1999 Collection Pages) NEW POST The 1999 Roush Cobra Mustang is listed as having side skirts, rear valances, exhaust system, rear wing, tool box, floor mats, graphics, badges, and wheels.

(from the 1995 Collection Pages) NEW POST This is the sales brochure for the 1995 Roush Mustang featuring the Stage 1 appearance package, Stage 2 suspension upgrade kit, and the engine upgraded Stage 3. Shown here on the cover is the Stage 3 Roush Induction System added to the 1994-95 5.0L Mustange engine. It says it is a twin-plenum design which ads 47hp to the stock 5.0L, the Ford GT-40 head places the gain to 99hp with the Roush CNC-ported GT-40 head the gain increases up to 120hp.
(from the 1995 Collection Pages) NEW POST This sales brochure shows the bolt-on packages for the 1994 and up Mustang. Features are listed for the Mustang Cobra as well. Engine improvements of the Stage 3 kit are listed as being added to the 5.0L V8 engine. We think this brochure was used well into 1996 bu the Mustang GT engine was changed to the 4.6L V8. An AutoWeek article for April 29, 1996 states that an engine upgrade for the new 4.6L V8 in the 1996 Mustang is in the works.
(from the 1995 Collection Pages) NEW POST An article in 1996 says that racing makes up 15 percent of the business of the Roush Corporation with 1300 employees in 27 locations world wide. In additions to car upgrades for the "Big Three" they also have upgrades to golf clubs and talking trading cards.
(from the 1995 Collection Pages) NEW POST Detailed specifications for the 1995 Stage1, 2 and 3 are shown here. Along with a red version of the Roush Special Edition Mustang.

 
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