1966 Ford Black Mustang Restored 2+2 Hardtop Why This Vehicle is Special The introduction of the Mustang in 1964 created a new class of automobile known as the pony car. The Mustangs styling, with its long hood and short deck, proved wildly popular and inspired a host of competition including Camaro, Firebird, Cougar and others. We have a totally restored 1966 Mustang in stealthy Raven Black paint with its black interior, here at Skyway Classics that is a C Code Engine with a 289 cubic inch engine that not only just purrs down the road but it will stop people in its tracks when they look at the meticulously restored Mustang too. It has been really taken care of and nicely restored with the last owner taking care of it for the last 44 years. Features 1966 Ford Mustang Factory C-Code 289 cubic inch engine 4-speed manual Transmission Electronic Ignition Conversion Holley 4-barrel Chrome valve covers Factory correct blue painted engine Open element air cleaner assembly Detailed engine compartment Black restored interior Twin buckets up front and the matching rear seat, dash, door panels Deluxe Steering wheel wood Instrument panel that has all the correct factory gauges 140-mph speedometer, fuel gauge, temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge, ammeter Chrome manual shifter with white shifter ball surrounded by chrome trim on the floor Original looking trunk with Factory trunk mat, spare tire cover, spare tire, and floor jack Mustang wears the fresh Raven Black paint Blacked-out grille Chrome front and rear bumpers Mustang emblem Unique fuel filler cap on the panel between the tail lamps Exhaust exiting underneath Factory styled wheels Road Hugger Radial GT raised white letter tires Mechanical Our Mustang has a rebuilt 289 Cubic Inch factory C-Code 8-cylinder engine with a 4-speed manual transmission, Electronic Ignition Conversion, Holley 4-barrel, Chrome valve covers, Factory correct blue painted engine, Open element air cleaner assembly, and a detailed engine compartment. It starts and runs perfect, and really looks and sounds amazing. Interior The restored interior is all as it was when it was factory original with its black twin buckets up front and the matching rear seat, dash, door panels, carpet and Mustang floor mats, Mustang sport wood steering wheel, Instrument panel that has all the correct factory gauges including the 140-mph speedometer, fuel gauge, temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge, ammeter, and chrome 4-speed manual shifter with the white shifter ball surrounded by chrome trim on the floor. It also has a great original looking trunk with the factory trunk mat, spare tire cover, and spare tire. Exterior On the outside, our Mustang wears the fresh Raven black with red stripe paint job flowing over all the iconic body lines and accented by the blacked-out grille, chrome front and rear bumpers, Mustang emblem, and out back the unique fuel filler cap on the panel between the tail lamps, with the exhaust exiting underneath. Our Mustang rides on the factory styled wheels on Road Hugger Radial GT raised white letter tires as this wheel and tire combination is totally fitting on this classic pony car, and combined with the square set body, they give this Mustang a stance that is just magnificent. Conclusion The 1966 Restored Mustang C-Code Engine we have here at Skyway Classics has great looks, performance, and these Mustangs have become as collectable as any other car, and probably more so in the future. If you are in the market for a super clean, sporty and original looking, as well as being a restored first-generation Mustang with factor documentation as well, then look no further! So give us a call at 941-254-6608. Disclaimer Information found on the website is presented as given to us by the owner of the car, whether on consignment or from the owner we bought it from. Some Photos, materials for videos, descriptions and other information are provided by the consignor/seller and is deemed reliable, but Skyway Classics does not warranty or guarantee this information. Skyway Classics is not responsible for information that may incorrect or a publishing error. The decision to purchase should be based solely on the buyers personal inspection of the vehicle or by a professional inspection service prior to offer or purchase being made.