1995 Mustang Data & Specifications

1995 was largely a carry over year for the Mustang. It was a great year for sales as they sold roughly 40,000 more Mustangs in 1995 than in 1994. This is mostly attributed to the fact that the 1994 Mustang came in late in the sales year cycle and therefore had a shorter sales year.

The 1995 Mustang had only a few changes here and there. Color changes included the addition of Sapphire Blue in lieu of Iris Metallic. The 1994 nun themed black and white leather interior went away too. Small running changes were made to trims and such. One notable item is the revised front cap for the lower rocker trim, which featured a more vertical leading edge. This helped support the rocker trim and prevent cracking of the front cap as well as helped prevent gravel and mud from being thrown against the lower door sheet metal.

Big news for 1995 was the addition of the Cobra R version of which only 250 were produced. The 1995 Cobra R was meant for racing and thus had no radio or air conditioning, let alone power accessories or other heavy need nots. The car was powered by a rare, racy but street legal 5.8 liter (351) Windsor engine. Cranking out 290hp the engine was one that people wished Ford had spread around a little more.


These cars are extremely rare to come by today, but most are in original condition. It seems that most people never raced them, but parked them in garages for collector value. This phenomenon did not go without angst from SVT’s John Coletti who has openly criticized the fact that the cars rarely got driven as they were meant to be.

Another interesting factoid with the 1995 models was the extremely rare hard top convertible (shown below). The original 1994 Mustang press release had full photos and specs of this option, but it was not produced until much later in the model run, and really only for 1995 models. It is not known how many were produced, but likely only a hand full. It seems that Ford dropped the option after having supplier problems as well as safety concerns.

The 1995 was also known as the last year for the 5.0. The old pushrod V8 that had powered the Mustang for over 30 years was getting retired. This may have sparked some sales, but many were excited about the new high tech 4.6 liter “mod” V8 coming in 1996.

1995 Mustang Production Data:

Coupe: 86,379

Coupe GT: 47,088

Coupe GTS: 6,370

Coupe Cobra: 4,255

Coupe Cobra R: 250

Convertible: 17,593

Convertible GT: 16,668

Convertible Cobra: 1,003

Total Production: 179,626

1995 Mustang Specifications:

1995 Mustang Engines

3.8 L – 232 cid, OHV V6, EFI, 145 hp

5.0 L – 302 cid, OHV V8, EFI, 215 hp (GT)

5.0 L – 302 cid, OHV V8, EFI, 240 hp (Cobra)

5.8 L – 351 cid, OHV V8, EFI, 290 hp (Cobra R)

Code

4

E

D

C


Transmissions

5-speed manual

4-speed automatic


Brakes

Power 4-wheel disc brakes w/ optional ABS


Body Styles

Coupe

Coupe GT

Coupe GTS

Coupe Cobra

Coupe Cobra R

Convertible

Convertible GT

Convertible Cobra


Dimensions

Curb weight – V6 coupe

Curb weight -V6 Convertible

Length

Height

Wheelbase

Fuel Tank

3,077 lb

3,257 lb

181.5 ”

52.8 ”

101.3″

15.4 gal


Assembly Plant

Dearborn, MI


Performance

1995 Ford Mustang Cobra

0-60 mph:

Quarter Mile:

1995 Ford Mustang GT

0-60 mph:

Quarter Mile:

Data

6.7 sec

15.1 sec

6.9 sec

15.3 sec

1995 Mustang Colors:

1995 Mustang Colors

Black

Canary Yellow

Vibrant Red

Bright Metallic Blue

Deep Forest Green Metallic

Teal Metallic

Opal Frost

Crystal White

Rio Red

Laser Red Metallic

Sapphire Blue Metallic

Code

UA

BZ

ES

KF

NA

RD

WJ

ZF

E8

E9

JA


Interior Colors:

Black

Red

Saddle

Grey

J

F

S

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