(4 photos of a 1994 Rio Red Mustang SVT Cobra Coupe) Rio Red 1994 Mustang Cobra coupe owned by James Brown from Hollister, California. Under the hood is a 240hp 5.0L engine. It has a manual transmission. Cobras only came in Rio Red, Black, or white in 1994. James adds, "It's an all original, unmodified authentic Cobra. 150K miles, fully optioned, showing some age but a solid car."|
(6 photos of a 1994 Vibrant Red Mustang GT Coupe) This Vibrant Red Mustang GT is almost orange in the sun. It has a 215hp (at 4200 rpm), 5 liter (302 cubic inch), electronic fuel injected, V8 engine. This car has aftermarket Depo projector headlamps and side markers.
(1 photo of a 1994 Red Mustang GT Coupe Advertisement) This is a magazine advertisement for the 1994 Mustang GT. It says, "The All-New Mustang GT. It is what it was and more." Then it shows some styling clues that are similar between the 1964 Mustang and the 1994 Mustang. They both have a horse in the grille. They both have rear wheel vents. They both have interiors with floor mounted shifters. They both have three slotted taillights.
(6 photos of a 1994 Red And Black Mustang GT Coupe) Check out this 1994 Mustang GT coupe owned by Ludwig Stein from Blackfalds, Alberta, Canada. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting January 9, 2011. Ludwig tells us more, "I bought the car in 2007. The car was lowered with Steeda springs. It also came with Bilstein Shocks and struts. The tires are Sumitomo 315-35/17s in rear and 245-40/17s in the front which is an awesome hoof print. I've added sub frame connectors and a strut brace as well. The engine is stock other than a cold air and an aftermarket intake. We autocross and road race it on a regular bases. The paint is from the 1969 Trans Am Mustang driven by Parnelli Jones & George Follmer. Mine is dedicated to George - just cause Parnelli gets all the praise but it takes a team to win."
(5 photos of a 1994 Teal Blue Mustang GT Coupe) Teal blue 1994 Mustang GT coupe with a 215hp (at 4200rpm), 5.0 liter (302 cubic inch), overhead valve, V8 engine.
(7 photos of a 1994 Rio Red Mustang SVT Cobra Coupe) Rio Red 1994 Mustang Cobra coupe owned by Curtis Jacobs from Athens, Alabama. This Cobra has BBK cold air induction, BBK 70mm Power Plus throttle body, Accel ignition and wires, shorty headers, Flowmasters, H-pipe, Super Chip, Tremec TKO 5-speed, Ford Racing 18" 500 rims, wrapped up with 245-40ZR/18 on front and 275-35Zr/18 on the rear. Curtis says the car handles and runs great!
(3 photos of a 1994 Orange Boss Mustang Coupe) Check this one out! It's a 1994 Mustang Boss 429 concept coupe. This car was built by Special Vehicle Engineering (SVE). These photos were sent in from Peter C. Sessler. Peter tells us, "This is a Ford Concept car - a 1994 Mustang Cobra with a Boss 604L engine. It did 10.63 the quarter in a Car & Driver article at the time. Although it is not strictly a street car, Ford still uses in shows, etc. I took the photographs for a magazine article. Hope you like it!" And we do!
(5 photos of a 1994 Black Mustang Coupe) Modified Black 1994 Mustang coupe with a custom front end, cobra wheels and emblem, and side exhaust. This car has the standard 1994 Mustang R-code 3.8 liter, V8 engine; but with a modified Mustang GT drive chain and custom exhaust.
(5 photos of a 1994 Berry Wine Mustang Coupe) 1994 Mustang coupe owned by Mont Mead from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It has a 3.8L V6 engine and a manual transmission. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting June 15, 2014. Mont shares his story about getting his Mustang, "So I was on my way to the bank to get 2k for a nice bike a guy from work was selling. I drove past this dealer that had cars out on the lot. One said 1500. I did a U-turn to see what the was the catch - it was a Dodge Intrepid and the catch was money down payments later. I asked what you have for sale for 2k and they pointed out 3 different cars - and then I saw her. A 94 Red Mustang. Mind you, I saw it on the lot and was like - yea prob can't afford it. I came back the next day with someone that new how to drive a stick and drove off the lot with it, 2k even. Did it need work? Heck yeah it did. I restored all the parts under the hood, bought tires and rims. Then I forgot to put the E-brake on it. I know = newbie move. I came back outside and it was sitting under a tree. I was not so happy. The bumper, headlights, side panel, grille, and hood had to be replaced and pulled out. After getting all that fixed, I burned out my clutch - still being a newbie and not shifting right. I got that fixed and then months go by and I get Flow Masters and K&N. I'm loving the sound and getting tickets. I get them payed them off and get more! 4 back to back. Months go by now - the primer paint, not the new parts, are starting to peel. I wasn't getting it painted until all the other parts are restored. Finally I get it painted Berry Wine. It's so amazing now. Everyone tells me how great it looks and that it looks brand new off the lot. I'm very happy to be a Mustang owner. I will stay a
Mustang owner for years to come. That's my story on how it became the best choice I made in a while. I never went back to the guy selling the bike, but come on what would you do?"
(2 photos of a 1994 Canary Yellow Mustang GT Coupe) This beautiful 1994 Mustang GT in Canary Yellow exterior paint is owned by Alex Oliveira of Sao Paulo, Brazil. It was his first and he got it in 2013. The only way to get a Canary Yellow Mustang in 1994 was to purchase the GT package. This GT also has the optional 17 inch cast aluminum wheels. The single-wing rear spoiler was standard on the GT for 1994.
(1 photo of a 1994 Crystal White Boss Shinoda Mustang Coupe) Crystal White 1994 Mustang Boss Shinoda GT coupe with custom body panels (front/rear fascia, hood, body side panels, rear spoiler), Shinoda Boss stripes and graphics, and custom wheels. This was the first year Larry Shinoda set up a company to modify the Mustang GT and Cobra into the Boss and Cobra 429 Boss. Larry Shinoda was the designer of the original Mustang Boss in 1969. The engine is a 302 high output V8 with MAC 1 and 5/8 inch chrome headers, underdrive pulleys, BBK 70mm throttle body, K&N filter, CDC/Dynomax side exhaust. Other modifications are CDC side scoops, 17 inch factory chromed wheels, 245/45ZR17 Ultra Z tires, Accel ignition, Taylor Spiro Pro 8mm wires, door jams and dash by MustangWorld, Steeda lower springs allowing for a 1.5 inch drop, JCWhitney rear window louvers, GTS blackouts, and CDC billet grille and front spoiler.
(8 photos of a 1994 Rio Red Mustang SVT Cobra Shinoda Coupe) This Rio Red 1994 Mustang Boss Shinoda Cobra 429 coupe with a SVO 429 block bored 605ci with double electronic fuel injection, putting out 670hp at 5500rpm and 700 ft-lbs of torque at 4250rpm was our Attitude Of The Week for April 6, 2008. The compression ratio is 10.5:1 and the rear axle ratio is 2.73:1. 1994 was the first year Larry Shinoda set up a company to modify the Mustang GT and Cobra into the Boss and Cobra 429 Boss. Larry Shinoda was the designer of the original Mustang Boss back in 1969. This photo is available in two larger wallpaper sizes 1024 by 768 pixels and 2400 by 1800 pixels.
(5 photos of a 1994 Crystal White Mustang GT Coupe) Crystal White 1994 Mustang GT coupe owned by Walt Sonner from Grants Pass, Oregon. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 31, 2014. Walt tells us more, "This was my son's car but he bought an 04 Mach 1 and parked the 94 GT. I got a deal from him and have been modding it ever since. He used to deliver pizza and Mexican food in it but it was pretty pristine when I got it. I have turned it into a Roush 360 Series Tribute car. I have installed the Roush front splitters and wing. I have the rear and side exit exhaust to go. It has a full Eibach Pro Kit suspension, MM subframes & adjustable LCAs, Magnapacks & BBK off road midpipe, staggered 17" DD Bullitts with 315/275 Sumitomos, Koni Sport Yellows adjustable rear shocks Steeda TriAx, Steeda CC plates, Bullitt/ Mach 1 13" brakes, Baer drilled & slotted rotors, new black reflector headlights Cobra style, and 3:55 Ford Racing Gears. Love this car and get so many kudos and even trophies at shows! A Coyote Swap in the future but now just a 95 Cobra intake and E303 cam, 65mm cobra throttle body, BBK CAI, and AFR 165 heads in the near future.."
(5 photos of a 1994 Crystal White Mustang GT Coupe) Crystal White 1994 Mustang GT coupe with a black interior and a DSS Racing 306ci pro bullet engine under the hood. It has a 6-speed manual transmission and a 3.55 geared rear. For suspension it has Steeda G-trac caster/camber plates, KYB GR2 shocks and struts, aftermarket big sway bars front & rear, non adjustable upper and lower control arms, and lowering springs.
(4 photos of a 1994 Iris Purple Mustang GT Coupe) This is a 1994 Mustang GT coupe in the rare Iris purple exterior paint. In 1994 only 1304 of the 123,198 Mustangs sold was ordered with this color. This car has been modified with several aftermarket performance items.
(5 photos of a 1994 Opal Frost Silver Mustang GT Coupe) This is an Opal Frost 1994 Mustang GT coupe with a nice gray leather interior. 1994 was the first year this WJ silver paint color was offered on the Mustang. This shade of silver continued through the 1996 Mustang model year.
(4 photos of a 1994 Crystal White Mustang SVT Cobra Coupe) Crystal White 1994 Mustang Cobra coupe with a black leather interior. This one is #4089 of a build of 5009 Cobra coupes built in 1994. These have Cobra emblems on the fenders and a pony emblem in the front grille opening. The powerplant is a 5.0L V8 rated at 240 horsepower. It has a manual transmission and a 3.55 rear end.
(4 photos of a 1994 Black Mustang GT Coupe) Do you like flames? How about these! This 1994 Mustang GT is painted with flames that look real. They are usually called "real flames". It looks like the car is actually on fire. This car was on display at the 2010 Mustang and Ford car show at Uftring Ford in East Peoria, Illinois.
(1 photo of a 1994 Deep Forest Green Mustang Coupe Advertisement) Two-page magazine ad featuring a Deep Forest Green 1994 V6 Mustang coupe. The ad is titled, "Unbridled Enthusiasm. It talks about the all-new Mustang design released in 1994. It gives comments on the design from various periodicals such as Road & Track, Popular Mechanics, The Chicago Tribune, Autoweek, Car & Driver, and Motor Trend.
(2 photos of a 1994 Teal Blue Boss Shinoda Mustang Coupe) Teal 1994 Mustang Boss Shinoda coupe with custom front fascia, lower door body panels, hood vents, Shinoda graphics and stripes, custom wheels, and custom rear spoiler.