The fourth-generation (1994-2004) of the Ford Mustang—the SN-95—represented the first major Mustang redesign in 15 years following the Fox Body era, and became the first-ever Mustang to not be offered with a notchback design option. A common misconception among casual Mustang fans is that the 5.0L went away with the launch of the SN-95, but the legendary 302 Windsor small-block powered the Mustang GT and Cobra trim levels in ’94 and ’95. Ford equipped the 1996 Mustang GT with its newer overhead-cam 4.6L Modular engine. Initially rated at 215 horsepower, new cylinder heads and other tweaks bumped engine output to 260 hp from 1999-2004. Noteworthy alternate performance models from the SN-95 generation include the 2001 Bullitt, the 2003-04 Mach 1, and the 2003-04 SVT Cobra. Here are some of the most common upgrade and repair parts for 1994-2004 Ford Mustangs.