The pertinent history and authoritative knowledge
about the Mystichrome Cobra.
The Historical Significance of the Mystichrome Cobra
Ford’s Rationale for Creating a New Legend
Let’s travel back in time. The year is 2004. The legendary Ford Mustang has reached another milestone year, and Ford Motor Company wants to celebrate 40 years of uninterrupted production of their famous ponycar to hit the automotive world scene. Ford could have chosen to do a number of things to commemorate the occasion, but why did they elect to produce another car with color-shifting paint for this honor? The subsequent history contained herein on this website will answer this question and shed light on any mysteries surrounding the car and its special paint. Click on any of the chapter links below to start reading and learning about the Mystichrome Cobra.
Official Mystichrome Cobra Press Releases
Special Vehicle Team (Ford’s in-house performance tuner known simply as SVT) published the first, official press release about the Mystichrome Cobra as it debuted at the New York International Auto Show on April 16, 2003.
To read SVT’s press release, click HERE.
Ford Motor Company published their lengthy, official press release about the Mystichrome Cobra on April 17, 2003, one day after the special-edition Cobra made its world debut and 39 years since the day when the first Ford Mustang made its debut.
To read Ford’s press release, click HERE.
Original Terminator Cobra Sales Brochures
Mystichrome Cobra Codes
Not the original owner of your Mystichrome Cobra? Wondering if that car for sale down the street is a true Mystichrome Cobra and not someone’s project car? No need to fret! To learn how to verify a factory-produced Mystichrome Cobra, click HERE.
Mystichrome Cobra Facts
Only 1,010 Mystichrome Cobras were produced only for the 2004 model year. Of this total build, 515 coupes and 495 convertibles were produced. To learn about more interesting Mystichrome Cobra facts and trivia, click HERE.