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David wanted to stay true to the '94 Cobra look, hence, the stock Cobra rear wing, rear bumper cover, taillights, and the lack of an SVT badge on the trunk lid (something the '94s didn't wear from the factory). The only concession David had to make was the hood. The stock '94 Cobra hood wouldn't clear the engine, so he had to opt for a '96-'98 Cobra hood instead. "It is amazing how many people think the car is a '96-'98 Cobra," David says. To help get David's Cobra ready for our cameras, Aaron Sahlhoff and the guys at Reisinger Custom Rebuilding (Evansville, Indiana) made sure it was straight before applying new paint to its panels.