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I am considering purchasing a 1993 Cobra for daily driving or at least 4 or 5 times a week. I know they are collectible but believe not as a vintage Mustang. What do you guys/gals think. All opinions are welcome. These cars with low mileage are in the 18-24k. Thanks to all!!!
 

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I would LOVE to have one for a DD. Probably wouldn't be good if I wanted to have the car for an investment though...
 

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I bought a 97 Cobra new and used it as my DD, but it was useless here in the northeast when it showed. I traded it in on my F150. :wall:
 

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To me it would depend on how many miles you were planning to put on it. If it's not alot I would go for it. ::
 

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I say go for it.Sure they are a bit rare today but they where built to drive.Let the next guy worry about the resto.You only get so many trips around the sun in this life.A few trips in a 93 Cobra sounds like fun to me. :0) Jace
 

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Driving it daily would be wonderful - - - until I had to get the two kids in and out of their car seats.
 

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There's a nice fella, Stubes, on here that has a '93, Teal, and drives it frequently (amongst his growing collection!). May want to check with him. Don't see why it wouldn't make a good DD depending upon mods, history, etc.
 

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I have a Vibrant Red '93 Cobra that I bought new and have used it as my daily driver ever since - currently has 154,000 miles - most reliable car I've ever owned. I've only had to replace the heater core (last year) and the air conditioner compressor clutch (about 6 years) ago. I've also redone the weather stripping and door lock actuators, but no other mechincals have been necessary.
 
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