Offered here is a Dearborn built Mustang GT Fastback with a production date of March 3, 1966. Spending much of it's life on the West Coast, it still retains it's original 289 engine and Top Loader 4-speed manual transmission. This is a turn-key showroom restored Mustang with no expense spared from the Pony interior upholstery, GT equipment group down to the original tools and tire jack. The car has a total of 2500 miles since restoration.
The body is extremely straight painted in original Rangoon Red PPG base with clear-coat finish that is wonderful right through to the undersides of the trunk and hood lids. All of the exterior bright-work has been restored to show standards. The vehicle is loaded with performance and convenience packages as the photos attest: GT tach and clock; deluxe woodgrain dash; center console; Deluxe Pony interior; 5-dial gauge cluster, woodgrain steering wheel; Philco AM / FM radio; backup lamps, 2-speed wipers; trumpet exhaust tips, tinted glass; fold down rear seat, GT style chrome wheels and much more. Besides the extremely detailed engine and bay, the vehicle is fitted with a special suspension with higher rate springs and a larger diameter front sway bar plus 22:1 fast ratio steering. The undercarriage is a clean and detailed befitting the exterior of the vehicle.
If you are seeking a beautiful classic Mustang Fastback of this era you have located your car. This is one to keep.
For additional information please phone Dave Henry @ 805 705-4924.
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