Ford's drag-strip-ready Mustang Cobra Jet is back for 2014, and it's sporting a few changes to make it even better – both in competition and while sitting still. Rolling off the assembly line ready for duty in the NHRA Stock or Super Stock classes, production of the 2014 Cobra Jet is limited to just 50 units.

Racing upgrades for 2014 include the addition of a new three-speed transmission and a parachute mount, and while these will make the car better in the quarter mile, the Cobra Jet's new colors will make it look better tearing down the track. Buyers can now get their racecars painted up in Gotta Have-It Green or a custom, Cobra Jet-exclusive matte black hue. Ford and Ford Racing have already teamed up to make this an incredible factory drag racer with a full rollcage, massive slicks, a race-tuned suspension setup and a supercharged 5.0-liter V8. Now, if only wheelie bars came standard...

Unlike the confusing third-party ordering system announced for the COPO Camaro, all you need to snatch up a 2014 Cobra Jet is $97,990 and good timing (as the cars will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis). Ordering opens up next month with production commencing in July. Check out the press release below.
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2014 Cobra Jet Mustang Continues Evolution of Turnkey Race Car Program

Part Name: 2014 Mustang Cobra Jet Part Number: M-FR500-CJ

Part Description:
-The 2014 Cobra Jet is the latest in drag racing technology delivering speed and consistency for NHRA Stock and Super Stock racing.
-With over four seasons of testing, racing, and customer feedback the Cobra Jet is better than ever with exciting new features, more performance and priced to be the best value in the market.
-At Ford Racing we are not building a drag racing car, we are engineering a Cobra Jet.

New for 2014MY
-New colors – Gotta Have-it Green, and an exclusive Cobra Jet-exclusive flat black (custom non-factory color)
-All-new 3-speed race transmission with SFI approved housing
-Parachute mount for racers exceeding 150mph

2014 Feature Content
-5.0L TiVCT engine: Supercharged - Ford Racing/Whipple 2.9L supercharger w/3.25" pulley, fully –CNC-ported heads
-Lightened body assembly optimized for weight distribution
-Electric power steering - all the assist with no parasitic loss
-Rollcage optimized for rigidity and safety through finite element analysis (FEA)
-Recaro FIA race seats
-Ford Racing suspension geometry for optimum 60' times - derived from computer modeling and hundreds of 1/4-mile runs
-Off-road only, race prepped, and turn-key for NHRA Stock or Super Stock and other racing series
-Limited Production – ONLY 50 UNITS WILL BE PRODUCED!
-Exclusive Cobra Jet content and serialized for collectability

-MSRP is $97,990 plus optional paint and graphics

How to Order:
-The 2014 Cobra Jet is available for order now at Ford dealers.
-Availability is first-come first- served - all orders over the 50 unit build will be given priority placement on future Cobra Jet builds.
-The first 50 orders will confirm options in April 2013.
-Build to commence July-October 20
Contact Information: Ford Racing Performance Parts – 800-367-3788,

Do you know the Cobra Jet....
-NHRA national event wins in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
-More class wins, including the "Big Go" 2012 NHRA US Nationals where Cobra Jet claimed 9 Class wins
-Record holder in more Stock and Super Stock classes throughout 2012 than any other vehicle model
-A driving force in Ford winning the 2011 & 2012 NHRA Manufacturers Cup
-Has its own series and driving school, the Cobra Jet Showdown and the Roy Hill Cobra Jet Experience

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    • 1 Second Ago
      Hunter Adams
      • 2 Years Ago
      I wish they made more then just 50! A 1,000 would be great!
        EXP Jawa
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Hunter Adams
        Given the prep work that goes into these cars, 1000 is probably not realistic. These don\'t roll of the assembly line with all the modifications made to them, I\'d guess that a lot of the work is done off-line by hand. At that price point, there probably aren\'t enough well-funded race teams that want to run a Ford that can buy up 1000 copies.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Gm maybe the big dog in all kinds of racing but FORD spanks their butt when its time to run for the money.
        • 2 Years Ago
        Not necessarily. Ford fan
      • 2 Years Ago
      Those look like Goodyear Eagle drag slicks, to me.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Like or disliake Mustangs, this would be fun to race down the quarter-mile time and time again! Wish my GT sounded like these!
      • 2 Years Ago
      Straight forward and bad ass. That's the only description you need of a CJ.
      Bill Burke
      • 2 Years Ago
      Ford has done a great job with these cars and that's coming from a Dodge fan. So far the Dodge Challenger Drag Pak cars have had the most success in competition, but truth be told, in supercharged form, the Fords are faster than the carburetor equipped Challengers. I'm anxious to see if Dodge goes the supercharger route to regain dominance. I do know a street legal supercharged HEMI is coming for the next generation SRT Challenger in 2014, so this move would make sense for marketing purposes. In any case the Mustangs are hot as are the Challengers and Camaros and the competition between brands just makes things better.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Way to go Ford!
      • 2 Years Ago
      Is it wrong that I think this should have 1200hp available instead of the overpriced Shelby? Just imagine, itd be doing low 7/high 6 second passes all day.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Is this a track only car?
        • 2 Years Ago
        Nevermind. I see where it says öff road only"
      • 2 Years Ago
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