One previous owner, mint condition after 13 years!
Does it deserve the CobraStar emblems? I think so. By 2000 the Continental's 4.6 liter was equipped with the "C" heads, the best-breathing of all the stock 4-valve 4.6 heads. It lost the variable intake manifold runners (IMRC) found on older versions. The powerband is broad and the programmer undoes all the "detuning" done when the engine is used in FWD form, then it adds a little more just to be sure. Shift points are raised, netting me 5+ more mph in each gear over a stock car with shift firmness bumped up as well.
The comfy interior:
Simply covering the center portion of the speedometer's source (the projector side of the gauges at the top) with black vinyl cut in a semi-circle makes a quick and easy way to delete the green kilometer scale for a super-clean cluster. It's easy to do and quickly reversible if you don't like it.
A little satin black paint makes the car look soooo much better. Rusty-colored bathtub-sized mufflers make any car look old and worn out.