MUSTANG 1966 'A' CODE GT CONVERTIBLE, presented in just beautiful factory Tahoe Turquoise with extremely nice body, highly showroom detailed with striking luster, fully equipped with many desirable options yielding a serious Driven Show car, a very strong rebuilt proper original dated 289cid /4V
MUSTANG 1966 GT CONVERTIBLE, in a very rare authentic factory GT condition…just outstanding fresh mechanicals and has a really top presence, all the factory GT build parts are just checked as shown later in this report, now this terrific Mustang is prepared in the beautiful CandyApple Red with great luster, has the White GT striping to bring to an outstanding MCA driven show condition, two tone Pony/Parchment interior, factory ‘wood’ steering wheel, console, 4 brand new safety belts, a really great steel body and detailed red oxided underchassis that is a very authentic presentation, here is a GT convertible with factory ‘crush panels’, inside exhaust bases, steering box and proper radiator support with fog light stampings, also this is equipped with many factory options, a truly rare find in this condition, has all of the extras including the air conditioning system that is now uprated to 134a and is just checked, fresh 3 row radiator, has a strong dated correct 289 cid engine with as shown now rebuilt with the great compression just taken, with really excellent 154 to 160 lbs across in a dry cold reading, both dated heads, dated Ford intake with proper Autolite 4100/4V carburetor, this proper 'A' code dated engine block even has the dated very clean hydraulic lifter heads, blue standard air intake and valve covers as per factory, it is so hard to find so correct today, all aspects set forth as the factory rated 225 horsepower, now with the Tri-Y header exhaust system and the uprated ignition, this should be in the 235 horsepower range today, full professional tune just completed, then engine bay is highly show detailed, a full tune with show spark plug wires and plugs, just built of the C4 automatic transmission is completed with less than 100 miles, a terrific body and wonderful underchassis of all factory metal that was restored a few years ago and collector kept, now set to be in just beautiful stock show condition and the updated work late Fall 2018 by Fraser Dante, equipped with the proper Ford stamped fenders, has original terrific rear quarters and drip rails and the great underchassis, this car that came from a collection in the South, one man had a while, then another collector worked on it getting it up before purchased by Fraser Dante getting ready for Fall 2018, appears to be the top notch real deal GT Convertible seldom found today, now well shown with a great straight body in a classic, investor quality presentation, SEE THE MANY LINKS LATER IN THIS REPORT TO ASCERTAIN THE CONDITION of the terrific GT convertible, SEE www.fraserdante.com FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND FULL INVENTORY
1966 MUSTANG GT CONVERTIBLE prepared in exceptional quality to outstanding MCA driven show condition, 4-speed, extremely original and very authentic presentation, a really terrific body and underchassis now shown in just spectacular stock condition with many options, a truly rare find in this condition especially with the full factory options installed including the just rebuilt factory air conditioning system, on this four-speed GT, stock lock out shifter, the final work just being finished both mechanically and cosmetically to be virtually the ultimate top driven show car in all aspects at Fraser Dante, now well shown with a great body with the Ford stampings throughout in a just a classic, investor quality presentation, showing a body of a really terrific lazer straight lines with factory gorgeous Candyapple Red color with full GT white striping, just a beautiful original color, White power top, black boot, strong dated 289 cid engine with very even compression, even the heads show being a very early production dates within 3 days of each other, it is also equipped with rebuilt rare ‘Pony’ 4100 Autolite 4100 4v rebuilt carburetor, Ford C6 intake, this proper 'A' code dated engine block with dated hydraulic lifter heads is so hard to find so correct today, all aspects set forth as the factory rated 225 horsepower, highly show detailed, brand full new clutch system that works great, a full tune with new show spark plug wires, heavy duty oil and Rotunda filter sticker, working factory Air Conditioning system with the expertise and a lot of quality work just completed at Fraser Dante, new condenser, compressor and the whole system that is shown specifically later in this report, restored Ford radiator, fresh coolant and show MCA hoses clamps, has the original Data Tag showing history of all aspects, known history via a top Ford guy well known to Fraser Dante, working GT front lights, rear valence with dual exhaust proper chrome tips, show quality all new front proper suspension parts just installed, just refreshed is the fully show detailed sensational red oxide underchassis completed to the highest standards, has full Black Pony interior, black safety belts, desirable factory console, a rare believed original restored wood GT steering wheel, a 1966 quality Scott Drake new Ralley Pac, 1966 styled steel wheels with center caps, lug nuts and trim rings, classic show 6.95x14 dual red line tires, brand new alignment, the fresh front Ford GT disc braking system update just completed, a brand new fuel tank and system just installed, photos simply do not show how really wonderful this presents with great luster…the chassis is believed to be original before this new prep and very hard to find so good and correct, this GT convertible is now simply a rare find in just wonderful condition out of the Fraser Dante shop with professional expertise for top mechanicals, presented for the most demanding collector of Mustangs who wants a great stock body and chassis to be so proud of as well as the rare 4-speed and all the factory options, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
SHELBY 1966 K CODE GT350 CLONE, factory K-Code, 289cid, 4V, dual GT exhaust, 4-speed, factory correct Wimbledon White, black interior, Shelby R Model front bumper, rear quarter windows, Shelby Nardi steering wheel, GT350 striping, Shelby wheels, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
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While some of you might remember when early Mustangs were cheap beaters, your kids will never know that cars like this cool 1966 Ford Mustang GT coupe were anything but cherished heirlooms. Its a real-deal GT with an A-code 289, making it the ideal Mustang for the guy who has perhaps outgrown his urge to make trouble but still wants to look like he could if he wanted to. Code Z Sauterne Gold was this cars original color, but when it was repainted just recently, it got a racy coat of Wimbledon White with black stripes, just for effect. Its not a show car but it sure looks cool and we like the way they took the black vinyl top and added to for a cohesive look. You should also bear in mind the cost of that paint job while looking at the price, too, because this car was put together as someones keeper, not a quick fluff-and-buff to make a buck. Of course, when the paint looks that good, the trim needs to be up to the same levels, so the bumpers wear bright plating, the stainless was polished, and all the little stuff was restored or replaced to make it all look equally sharp. They also added a chin spoiler for a bit of a road race look and it does carry all its proper GT equipment, from the fog lamps up front to the twin trumpet exhaust out back, and its all legit. But as nice as the exterior is, the interior will simply break your heart. Sure, the Pony interior always looks great, but somehow this two-tone black and white combination is especially appealing. The seat covers have that soft shine that only comes from correct materials, and the embossed running ponies on the seatbacks are crisp and vivid, the sign of the high-dollar stuff, not the cheap covers. A center console is a great addition to any Mustang, as is the quick-shifting automatic transmission thats always ready to rock. The gauges are original and still in nice shape, framed by the wood-rimmed steering wheel and woodgrained instrument panel, indicative of the upscale Deluxe Interior. An AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit lives in the center of the dash, and the under-dash A/C unit has been there since 1966 (needs to be serviced). As a bonus, the trunk is full of spare parts, including a second set of wheels. The engine is a correct A-code 289 cubic inch V8, fully restored and highly detailed. Dominated by the A/C compressor and chrome air cleaner, the snarky small block sounds awesome and moves the coupe with authority. Ford Blue paint looks great accented by chrome valve covers, and the satin black inner fenders are in awesome condition. Theres also a massive aluminum radiator up front with an electric fan to keep things cool. Of note, this car also carries optional power steering and front disc brakes, which were standard on the GT, making it the kind of car that youll appreciate most after a long day and the drive home is something to savor. The C4 3-speed automatic transmission shifts cleanly and the 8-inch rear has 3.00 gears for easy cruising. And its so clean that theres still factory red oxide primer on the floors. A recent dual exhaust system with resonators sounds great and it wears chrome wheels with spinners and 195/70/14 blackwall radials. Nicely finished, this aggressive Mustang GT covers all the bases: fast, comfortable, stylish, and extremely entertaining. Call today!
A little bit of road race, a little bit of luxury, and a touch of Shelby make this 1966 Ford Mustang coupe stand out in a big way. There are some substantial upgrades under the skin to make it ride and drive like a more modern car and theres no denying the sinister look that transforms the friendly Mustang into a hardcore piece of iron. We know Shelby didnt build coupes for public consumption, but the ones they took to the track might have looked a bit like this slick little coupe. Of course, Shelby was about speed, so nothing they were building looked this pretty, with miles-deep midnight blue paint and contrasting white rocker stripes to really make it pop. Theres a Shelby-style grille up front and the cowl induction hood makes the simple Mustang look aggressive without being over-done. Finish quality is quite good for a car with this much performance, showing that not only was the focus on going fast but also looking good and when you show up in this pony, people are definitely going to notice. The chrome bumpers look almost new and they added a GT rear valence with the exhaust poking through, which is always a welcome upgrade on an early Mustang. This car has a great look! The gorgeous tan interior isnt like any early Mustang youve driven. Fresh ProCar Elite buckets are infinitely more comfortable than the original stools and with a tunnel-hugging center console, it feels more like 2005 than 1965 inside. A wood-rimmed steering wheel and stock-style door panels are a link to the past, but the instrument panel full of trick Auto Meter instruments gives the dash a whole new look. A 4-point hoop behind the seats offers structural strength as well as a place to mount the 4-point harnesses that add welcome safety (critical in a car that generates speed like this one does). The work is recent so everything is in excellent condition, including the back seat that wears fresh Pony seat covers to match the front buckets and the trunk is finished with a correct plaid mat as well as an aluminum battery box that helps with weight distribution. Like all great early Mustangs, this one packs a snarling 302 cubic inch crate motor that definitely wants to run. It was built by Blue Print and features the usual upgrades like an aluminum intake manifold, Holley double pumper, and an HEI distributor to light it up. Its dressed to impress with chrome valve covers and a detailed look thats mostly traditional V8 performance. A big aluminum radiator has a giant electric fan and a set of long-tube headers feeding a Flowmaster exhaust system so it sounds like Lemans all over again. The original 3-speed manual transmission is gone, replaced by a slick-shifting 5-speed with overdrive, so its a great highway cruiser. The front suspension has a fat sway bar and disc brakes, so it handles beautifully. Big 15-inch Torque Thrust wheels tie it to the 60s but are fitted with modern 225/60/15 front and 235/60/15 rear BFGoodrich performance radials. With just enough race gear to feel potent, this cool pro-touring style pony delivers lots of fun with a vintage twist, all at a very affordable price. Call today!
Lets face it, with so many over-the-top cars out there, theres definitely something to be said for affordable fun. This 1966 Ford Mustang coupe is an ideal example of doing more with less, and it doesnt need flashy paint or oversized tires to make its statement. Instead, its an inexpensive way to own an icon with a V8 engine, and its every bit as much fun as you think. The early Mustang is one of the most recognizable cars ever built, so the subtle look this one carries shouldnt bother anyone. Refinished in a color thats a little more to the blue side of Silver Blue, it looks pretty darned good. Forget fake Shelby stripes, this one makes a statement with factory-style bodywork, crisp sheetmetal bends, and decent finish work so that youre drawn in to have a closer look. Its got some age and mileage on it today so its definitely not perfect, but theres a lot to love about a Mustang thats been driven and enjoyed. Things like the chrome bumpers, stainless window surrounds, and taillights are all stock Mustang items, because good taste never goes out of style, and while the VIN says this is a T-code 6-cylinde car, it would have been OK for them to install 289 emblems on the front fenders (even though they didnt). To be honest, its kind of refreshing to see a Mustang looking pretty much as it might have in, say, 1969 when it was still being used as a regular car, not a collectors item. The two-tone blue bucket seat interior is like the body, almost entirely stock, but with a few smart upgrades that enhance the driving experience. The original buckets have been reupholstered in correct textured vinyl seat covers with door panels to match, and there are good carpets on the floor. Original gauges are in decent condition and show a full view of the engine, while the radio is a familiar AM unit, although its probably due for an upgrade. There is no center console, but the T-shaped shifter for the C4 3-speed automatic looks right sticking out of the neatly upholstered transmission tunnel, just as it would have decades ago. In back, the trunk is finished with an OEM style plaid mat that gives it a clean and correct look. Small block Mustangs are a threat on the street thanks to their excellent power-to-weight ratio and rugged hardware, and its no surprise that someone upgraded from the original inline-six. This 289 has been augmented with things like an Edelbrock carburetor, aluminum intake manifold, and an electronic ignition system, so it drives quite well. Dress-up includes a set of black Ford Racing valve covers and a chrome air cleaner, as well as a set of blue ignition wires. Its not detailed for show, but it runs great and you can see that they spend good money making this one run right. Underneath, youll find clean floors, long-tube headers with a fresh Flowmaster dual exhaust system, and front power disc brakes with a new dual master cylinder, so its ready to enjoy immediately. Vintage aluminum mag wheels have a cool hot rod look thats perfect for a car like this, and theyre fitted with 215/70/14 BFGoodrich T/A radials. Walk softly and carry a big stick has always been a favorite car-building philosophy, and this pretty blue Mustang coupe is an affordable way to get into the hobby with a popular vintage collectable. Call today!
The great thing about early Mustangs is that almost no two are alike, even from the factory. Theyre also extremely easy to modify with great results, and its almost impossible to build an ugly one. This great-looking 1966 Ford Mustang coupe is a low-key driver with an awesome color combination and a few upgrades from the Mustang parts bin that turn it into a great cruiser that sounds positively predatory. The light blue paint is a classic and elegant look that seems close to Silver Blue. Regardless, it fits the coupe body style extremely well. No, its not the usual plain-Jane Wimbledon White, but that doesnt mean it doesnt look awesome. The bodywork is nicely done, and there have been no questionable modifications to the body, so it looks like a Mustang is supposed to look without someones add-ons. The paint is older and shows a few small issues that might be able to be buffed out, but if it were ours to keep, wed just leave it alone and have fun. Bright details are crisp, including the 289 badges on the front fenders, which dont quite tell the full story, plus the beautiful chrome bumpers and original-style grille. Its subtle, but the finished product is handsome and very appealing and certainly delivers on the Mustangs reputation for fun. If the interior looks a little unusual, thats because this pony sports an unusual two-tone interior. The blue-on-blue combination works quite well in this application, lending a bit of formality to the coupe body style and working well with the light blue paint on the outside. This might be the original seat covers, and if thats the case theyre in fantastic condition. The matching door panels look great, and the dark blue carpets are newer. Original gauges in a GT-spec dashboard look great through the spokes of that thick three-spoke steering wheel that looks like it was borrowed from a Shelby. The T-handled shifter for the C4 3-speed automatic transmission is within easy reach and theres an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo head unit in the center of the dash. The trunk is correctly detailed with a plaid mat and a matching spare tire cover. The engine is a 1979-vintage 302 cubic inch V8, topped by a 4-barrel carburetor and dressed to look like the original 289 (although this is actually a T-code car). The engine bay is very nicely finished, with Ford Blue paint on the engine, chrome dress-up kit, and factory-style hardware. It fires quickly, idles well, and has a great small-block eagerness that the big block cars always lacked. A giant radiator keeps it cool and power steering is a nice addition to any early Mustang. Underneath, its quite clean and there are signs of proper maintenance, with effective brakes and a suspension that rides firmly but doesnt beat you up, and with tallish gears in back, its effortless on the highway. It also features a new exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers and recent shocks at the corners. For a period performance look, it wears a set of styled steel wheels and newer 205/70/14 BFGoodrich T/A radials that really fill the wheel wells. There are still some very nice Mustangs out there for not a lot of money, and this is a unique, classic Mustang that you can drive regularly. For the money, it doesnt get much better than that. Call us today!
Early Mustangs are still one of the very best ways to get into the old car hobby for not a lot of cash. This 1966 Mustang coupe is one of those cars that everyone will love, parts are available just about everywhere, and for the money you just wont be able to find a more iconic car to put in your garage. Code Y Silver Blue is this ponys original color, and for Mustang fans its a favorite. Understated yet unusual, it looks bright and clean on this affordable coupe. It was repainted a few years ago and is showing a few signs of age, but then again, a Mustang with some character lines can be extremely appealing. Nothing about the original design has been changed, so everywhere you go people will tell you what an awesome car this is and how much they love the color. Panel fit is decent all around and while it shows some age, you could probably wake it up with a professional buff job. Nice chrome bumpers, the simplified 1966 grille and running pony emblem, and those instantly-recognizable taillights all give this Mustang a familiar look that will win its share of admirers. They splurged on a two-tone interior for this neat little coupe, and the contrast inside is clean and cheerful. Bucket seats were standard on Mustangs, as were seat belts, the first American car to make them standard equipment. The seat covers are relatively recent, along with matching carpets and door panels to complete the ensemble. In 1966, all Mustangs received the 1965 GT instrument panel with five gauges and a large central speedometer, and while the gauges themselves are unrestored the overall look is inviting. A newer AM/FM/iPod stereo head unit fits into the original radios slot, so you at least have some variety in the entertainment department, and it powers a set of speakers built into the rear parcel shelf. This car also includes cold A/C, mounted under the dash which is the only way it came in 1966. The trunk is properly outfitted with a reproduction mat and a full-sized spare tire. The T-code 200 cubic inch inline-six should not be overlooked by enthusiasts, and theres a growing group of guys who recognize these sturdy engines as more than just inexpensive alternatives to V8s. Wearing Ford Blue paint most of its original equipment, its a nice runner with an unobtrusive demeanor. It hasnt been modified during its 50 years of life and there are plenty of signs of conscientious maintenance over the years. One important thing to note is that service access on the six is unbeatable and parts are insanely inexpensive and easy to replace, so keeping this one in top mechanical condition should be a breeze. It has enough guts to turn the A/C compressor and power steering pump and still feel energetic, and power delivery is silky smooth. The three-speed automatic transmission means that driving this one anywhere is as easy as turning the key and 3.20 gears out back promise a nice compromise between performance and cruising ability. The underside is just as clean as youd hope, even for an affordable Mustang, and the single exhaust system has a proper six cylinder grumble to it. It rolls on modern 14-inch wheels set of 205/70/14 radials. This is a very affordable early Mustang with an eager personality and lots of options. Dont overlook it because of what it isnt, embrace it for what it is: a cool old Mustang thats surprisingly fun to drive. Call today!
This 1966 Ford Mustang convertible is the car youve been looking for. Beautifully restored with a smooth A-code 289 under the hood and a timeless color combination, its exactly the car everyone thinks of when they imagine an early Mustang. Professionally finished, its very correct but features a few invisible upgrades that make it especially entertaining to drive. Bright red remains one of the most popular colors for sporty Mustangs, and its easy to see why. Its bold, sophisticated, and classic, the perfect choice for a Mustang convertible. This one also benefits from clean, straight sheetmetal and zero paint issues thanks to a recent respray to a good driver-grade finish. The paint is shiny, and the entire package fits together well, so the doors open and close easily and the hood lines up as it should, and you know a lot of money was spent to get it here. Both front and rear bumpers are in decent shape, and the stainless trim show shows a nice shine against the brilliant red paint. This is a real-deal A-code 289 4-barrel car so correct 289 emblems were installed on the front fenders. It does without any stripes or GT fog lights, instead sticking to the original recipe. You want to get noticed, this Mustang is a great way to do it. The black bucket seat interior is beautifully done, giving you a good idea of how clean this car is. Its a combination of original and replacement parts done a few years ago, with the only issue being two small tears on the drivers seat that are almost impossible to see. We love the sophisticated effect of basic black in a Mustang, which prevents it from being red overload, its quite correct throughout, from the gauges to the shifter on the floor, although the center console obviously isnt OEM. An aftermarket A/C unit lives under the dash in the usual location and the hardware suggests that its been there almost since the car was new. The factory AM radio is still in the middle of the dash and fully operational, and all the gauges work except the ammeter, which is typical of these cars. Overhead, theres a black convertible top with clear rear window, and it stows under a black boot so the clean lines of the convertible arent interrupted. The fifth digit in the VIN is an A which means a 289 cubic inch V8 lives under the hood. Rated at 225 horsepower, it remains almost entirely stock. The 289 is a reliable, fun powerplant that moves the little Mustang eagerly with great V8 sounds, and youll love the way it feels like it could pull forever. The engine bay is nicely detailed with Ford Blue paint, some chrome valve covers, and a matching open-element air cleaner up top. Its also got power steering and brakes, which are always welcome on a V8 Mustang, as well as a fresh dual exhaust system that sounds spectacular. Underneath, the chassis is extremely clean and tidy, offering a C4 3-speed automatic transmission and an 8-inch rear end hanging on fresh shocks. Styled steel wheels are a great Mustang look and carry unassuming 6.95x14 whitewalls that look like 1966 all over again. Admit it, when you close your eyes and dream of your ideal Mustang, this is what you see. Give us a call today!
1966 Ford Mustang 1966 Mustang Fastback- "A" Code - 289 Four Barrel - Automatic Transmission - Nice Interior - GT Fog Lights- GT Decals - Three Year Old Paint- Disc Front Brakes- Solid Body, Floors, Doors, Fenders and Quarter Panels- Eldelbrock Carburetor
You are looking at a beautiful 1966 Ford Mustang GT-350 2+2 Fastback Shelby Tribute car. This beauty was built about 20 or so years ago. We have recently done a bunch of detail work to it. We added a new wood grain instrument cluster bezel and glove box door. It is a Great car that needs just a couple of tiny details to be absolutely complete. It started life as a 6 cylinder car but has been totally revamped into a Shelby clone. It is a sharp car. It even has genuine Shelby wheels, Shelby Valve covers, and a Shelby Oil Pan. You are invited to come and take a closer look yourself at this beauty. You can own this vehicle for only $28,000.00. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
This 66 Coupe is as straight as an arrow with a solid body. She runs runs strong and looks good. It is a factory C code 289 car which runs and drives very well. It seems to have noticeably more power than most 289 Mustangs. The previous owner states that the engine and transmission have been overhauled, but he was not able to provide any documentation. Most of the exterior trim is in very good to excellent condition with the door handles showing their age and some light pitting on the roof quarter trim. The deep burgundy metallic paint with the black vinyl roof is a very classy look for this car. The paint has a good luster to it and is a respectable driver quality paint job, but definitely not show paint. There are very few chips or scratches in the paint with the exception of two 2 inch scratches on the right rear end cap. The black interior is original spec and in excellent condition. There is no noticeable wear on the seats and the dash pad is excellent. The metal portion of the dash has a nice contrasting color which brightens up the triple black interior. The radio opening has not been cut and there is a CD player mounted under the dash. Suspension and steering are tight, responsive and ready for the road. Tires are BF Goodrich Radial T/As in excellent condition. This Coupe is in excellent driver condition and ready for you to take her out on a nice Fall day. Shes a good value for the money, and her good looks means she wont stay here long. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
Get ready for spring with this beautiful Yellow Mustang convertible powered by a 289 V8. We could stop right here, because with all that going for it, what more do you really need to know? Come on down! We can sign you up and you can drive it home right now. (Or, if you want a few more details, read on.) So, the color of the car is actually the factory correct, code 8, Springtime Yellow. It looks like summertime fun and it makes people smile as you drive by in it. The light catches on the crisp, clean body lines along the top of the fenders and reflects off the long hood and down the sides. The iconic galloping Mustang leads the way in the center of the grill of horizontal bars and is underlined by a sharp looking, pencil thin chrome bumper. A 289 badge along with another galloping Mustang over red, white and blue stripes appears on the front fenders and the rocker panel is dressed out in protective chrome trim too. The triple element taillights have a Mustang gas cap between them and another nice chrome bumper below them with GT exhaust tips peeking out through the lower valence. The Black convertible top is power operated, looks great when its up, and of course, looks fantastic when its down. Open the door and you will find a nicely reconditioned Black interior. The black door panel has a slash of chrome cutting a curve around it that echoes the accent line on the side of the car. A wooden steering wheel mounted on a three-spoke polished hub with a Mustang horn button really stands out against the black and chrome dash. That dash is super clean with chrome bezels brightly outlining the speedometer in the center and the engine gauges to each side of it. Control knobs run along below them and there is a Mustang head unit that is FM and iPod compatible with aftermarket speakers in the kick panels for your listening pleasure. Below the stereo is the factory air conditioning that has been reconditioned and updated to R134 to keep you nice and cool. The bucket seats have textured seating surfaces and smooth side bolsters with the shifter for the manual transmission rising up from the floor while Mustang floor mats protect the carpets. Pop the hood open and you will find one of those very desirable 289 V8 motors nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. This car was delivered new with a 289 and this motor was just completely reconditioned in 2017. A couple nice additions to it are a chrome air cleaner that sits on top of a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock Performer intake manifold. Finned aluminum valve covers are embossed with 289 Powered by Ford and all the engine iron is painted the correct Ford blue. The exhaust is all new leading back to those GT chrome tips and the power flows back through a 3-speed manual trans to the rear wheels mounted on multi-leaf springs. Steering and suspension components received their share of love with new bushings everywhere and fresh shocks keeping things nicely under control. The rubber meets the road through 195/75R14 white wall tires mounted on magnum wheels with Mustang center caps. It doesnt get any better than this gorgeous yellow Mustang for summertime cruising. Come on down, check it out, and drive it on home.
Ford hit the ball out of the park when they built the original Mustang in 65. They say Dont mess with success , so Ford didnt change anything substantial for 66. Since then, this car has had just a couple minor upgrades to the original setup, and we now offer you this great looking, great driving, American sports car. Red is always a fun color for a sportscar and this one is a classic example of that. The body lines are crisp and clean and the gaps between the panels are nice and consistent. Newer chrome all around shines brightly with a thin chrome front bumper leading the way with the familiar galloping Pony in the grill just above it. That long Mustang hood has Ford in script along the front edge and the front fenders have both a 289 V8 emblem and a red, white and blue Mustang badge on them. The rockers are dressed out in polished metal and the rear fenders have a splash of flash trimming out the side scoops. The back of the car has the iconic three lens brake lights, along with a Mustang gas cap. Just below the rear bumper are twin tailpipes peeking out from under the lower valence. 5-lug steel wheels are black with polished ribs and Mustang centers really look sharp with the Red on this car. Open the door and you will find a nice looking black interior. Have a seat in the comfortable bucket seats that are pleated, woven cloth centers surrounded by smooth vinyl panels and wrap your hands around that three-spoke deep-dish steering wheel trimmed in wood with the Mustang horn button. It looks good and feels good in your hands. Through that wheel you will see a stock dashboard with the speedometer in the center and the engine gauges arranged symmetrically on each side. In the center of the dash is one of the upgrades this car received in the Koss AM/FM/Cassette deck installed for your listening pleasure. The T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission is mounted in the floor and falls easily to hand. The carpets are in excellent shape and are protected by a couple nice rubber floormats with a galloping Pony embossed into them. The headliner is also in excellent condition and finishes out the interior nicely. Pop the hood on this car and you will find a 289 V8 that is arguably the most desirable engine to have in an early Stang. This car was delivered from the factory with one, although it is unknown if it was this particular one. It is nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay with a cross member brace adding some chassis rigidity and the engine has a few upgrades both for a bit of extra power, and bit of extra style. The chrome air topper looks great sitting on top of a 4-barrel carburetor. A stock intake manifold and cylinder heads take over from there and then finned aluminum Ford Racing valve covers add a bit of a performance look to it. A Flamethrower ignition coil provides good spark and Hedman long tube headers flow back to dual chrome exhaust tips. Signs of good maintenance include newer plugs, wires and distributor cap along with newer belts and hoses. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission and the rubber meets the road through 205/75R14 tires all around mounted on those black and polished steel wheels. Come on down and check out this sharp looking Red 66 Stang with a couple subtle upgrades. You may decide that it is just the car you have been looking for.
1966 FORD MUSTANG GT COUPE - 225H.P. 289 CUBIC INCH V8 - 5SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION - FULLY RESTORED - AS CLEAN UNDERNEATH AS ON TOP!!! THIS ONE IS ASHOWSTOPPER!! A RARE FIND IN THIS CONDITION!!! CAR SHOWS OR CRUISE INS , THIS ONE IS READY FOR EITHER!!!! RUNS LIKE A NEW ONE & DRIVES & RIDES SMOOTH AS SILK!!!YOU WILL BE HARD PRESSED TO FIND ONE THIS NICE ANYWHERE!!! YOU CANT BUILD ONE OF THESE FOR THIS PRICE!!!!! INDOOR STORED & COVERED AT ALL TIMES!!! SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!!! IF YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR AN INVESTMENT GRADE MUSTANG GT THIS IS THE ONE!!! CALL AHEAD FOR A SHOWING.OUR BETTER THAN NEW PRICE$25,999.00SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!!!!!ABSOLUTELY NO JOYRIDES!!!
This 1966 Mustang Convertible is presented in Candy Apple Red with a White top and original black interior, the convertible s odometer shows just 49,776 miles. The previous owner always maintained and stored in a climate-controlled garage, the low-mileage convertible features a straight body and all the right equipment including the original 289 V-8 engine, Cruise-O-Matic transmission, aftermarket under dash air-conditioning, factory Rally Pac on the steering column with tachometer and clock, chrome styled steel wheels with classic whitewall tires and deluxe wood grain steering wheel. Optional power top, power steering, and brakes are also part of the package. Rarely do you find a first generation Mustang with less than 50,000 miles. The convertible s careful maintenance over the past 50 years is the icing on the cake.Please call Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information.
This 1966 Mustang Convertible is presented in Night Mist Blue metallic with Luxury Parchment Pony interior. It has a 289 4 barrel thats backed by a T5 5 speed manual transmission. Other options include AM/FM Radio,Chrome Lower Valance,Chrome Sport Mirrors,Chrome Windshield Wipers,Dual Exhaust with Chrome tips,GT Fog Lamps,GT350 Shelby Cobra Gas Cap,High Performance 289 V8,NEW Chrome 5 spoke Mustang Rims,NEW Luxury Parchment Pony interior,(4)NEW P205/60R15 BF Goodrich radial T/A tires,NEW White Vinyl Top,NEW Parchment Convertible Boot cover,Rally Pack Gauges,T5 speed Manual Transmission,Teak Wood Steering Wheel,Trunk Mat,White Back Gauges with 140 mph Speedometer and Wood Grain Door Handles. Please call Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information.
V-8 engine, 4-speed manual transmission, disc brakes, air conditioning, chrome accessories, aluminum radiator, Thrush mufflers, bucket seats, CD player, staggered 15" chrome Torque Thrust wheels.
We are pleased to present this Candy Apple Red 1966 Mustang C code convertible with an outstanding history file. This car was built in San Jose and stayed in California until 1994. This all original car was purchased in the Los Angeles area in November 1968 and stayed in the family since then. The original Purchase Receipt from 1968 is included. Everything is original except for the convertible top that was replaced in 1986. The AM/FM/CD player was also added. All the gauges are original and are operational including the dealer installed Rally Pack except the clock does not work. The C4 3 speed automatic transmission shifts smoothly and 289 V8 with 2 bbl carburetor runs great. The engine still has the California air pump installed as well as the original power steering. The power top operates normally but there is a rip in the fabric above the back window but the top does not leak. The car was repainted eleven years ago and kept the original candy apple red color. This vehicle has been driven as intended but also maintained as the substantial amount of receipts dating back to 1968 can prove. The original interior is in great shape with no rips or tears. The back seat is sun faded but still holding up very well for its age with only some minor cracking on the back seat and wear in the piping on the drivers seat. We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please contact Savannah Classic Cars 912-235-2347.
We are pleased to present this 1966 Mustang Convertible. This nicely restored vehicle started life with a Sauterne Metallic Gold paint that has been changed to Wimbleton White while keeping the like new black interior and power top. We believe this car has the original 289ci V8 engine and automatic three speed transmission which were rebuilt less than 2,000 miles ago. It has the factory power steering and power brakes and comes with the dealer installed original Ford A/C and original radio. This pony runs and drives great and keeps the passengers comfortable while doing so. The engine has been compression tested between 166 and 171 psi per cylinder and provides excellent power with its rebuilt correct 2100 carburetor. The under chassis in in exceptional shape. Overall this car has been well taken care of and other than very minor blemishes in the paint due to use, it shows well for a vehicle that has been driven and enjoyed. We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please call or text Savannah Classic Cars at 912-235-2347.