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Low Mileage 1994 Ford Probe SE In Great Shape Up For Auction

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The Ford Probe is one of those vehicles that stirs up mixed opinions every time it’s brought up. Most that hate the car cite the fact that it was originally conceived to replace the beloved Ford Mustang, though, in all fairness, that thankfully didn’t happen. The Probe was still an early sales success before buyers cooled on the coupe and it ultimately met its demise after the 1997 model year. Those that do appreciate the Probe for what it is will surely enjoy scoping out this clean, low-mile 1994 Ford Probe SE that’s currently up for auction at Bring a Trailer.

Though it isn’t the more coveted GT, this 1994 Ford Probe SE is a fantastic example of its breed, and that’s not a common thing these days. With just 45,000 miles on the clock, the silver over gray coupe remains in amazing condition, which is at least partly due to the fact that it has spent its entire existence in sunny, dry California. Regardless, there are a couple of flaws on the outside, including a few chips and scratches, but nothing major.

Like the exterior, the interior of this Probe is a total time warp, with a two-tone treatment dominating the cabin. This Probe is well-equipped, with amenities including air conditioning, power windows and locks, cruise control, an AM/FM/cassette radio, and a passenger-side airbag. Overall, the interior is in fairly immaculate condition, with little to no wear visible.

In spite of its sporty looks, no version of the Ford Probe should ever be confused for a high-performance machine. This particular model is packing Mazda’s 2.0L, twin-cam, 16-valve I-4 that sent 115 horsepower and 125 pound-feet of torque to the front wheels. When mated to the car’s four-speed automatic transmission, that makes for a rather leisurely 0-60 blast of 9.6 seconds.

Regardless, the Probe certainly has its fair share of fans out there in the world, and this well-kept example is sure to conjure up pleasant memories for them, or perhaps a few nightmares for the folks that still hate it for nearly sending the Mustang to the proverbial automotive graveyard.

We’ll have more cool auction finds like this to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Probe news and non-stop Ford news coverage.

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Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Jean-Francois Rivard

    Grandma’s (May she rest in peace) ex-car. A moaning 4 cylinder / automatic. Yawn.

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    1. Mfornetti

      Spells cheap to me

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  2. Chris D.

    Sharp, always liked the Probe and cousin MX-6. Obviously this isn’t one, but the GT model was one impressive looking car back in 1994. A guy I worked with had one in white, and let me tell you that thing drew attention from everyone.

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    1. Kevin

      The Probe was selling really well. That’s one of the reason they canceled it. It was outselling the mustang.

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  3. Scott Z

    Great looking & an amazing silky smooth 2.5 L V6 engine. The same HP as the inefficient (cast iron 2 valve push-rod OHV 3.8 L Buick V6 tractor motor.

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  4. Dave Mathers

    Those things brand new didn’t have enough power to pull the surface skin off a rice pudding!! LMAO

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  5. Probe fan

    In gt form with the proper wheels that was one of the better car designs of its era. Unfortunately the name and being front wheel drive didn’t help it’s legacy.

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  6. Jeremiah Machingauta

    Kindly add me to your mailing list

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