The 1966 Ford Mustang was the car to have if you were looking to win over your neighbor or hit the road for fun and adventure. It was also a must-have for enthusiastic drivers and car enthusiasts who simply liked to drive. The introduction of the Mustang in 1964 created a new class of automobile known as the pony car. The Mustang's styling, with its long hood and short deck, proved wildly popular and inspired a host of competition including Camaro, Firebird, Cougar, and others.
This correct M code Wimbledon white 1966 Mustang 289ci 2-barrel V8 was restore approximately 9 years ago and has many new parts. When the Mustang was restored they kept originality in mind and it has the same look and style today as it had 51 years ago when it rolled off the assembly line.
This "C Code" Mustang means that it was factory equipped with a 289ci 2-Barrel V8 that pumps out 200HP. This is the original C-code 289 V8 engine has been rebuilt and is paired to the original C4 3-Speed Automatic transmission, which makes driving this mid 60's muscle car a blast.
The interior on this Mustang is the correct 26 code black vinyl and carpet interior that still has that new look. This nostalgic pony car has 14-inch Chrome Mustang wheels with BF Goodrich 6.95-14 Redline tires. Options for this Mustang include: AM/FM/Cassette Radio, tinted windows, vinyl interior, seat belts and 14-inch chrome Mustang wheels. This 1966 Mustang has only 6168 miles since the rebuild and is true collectible Mustang that any Mustang enthusiast would love to have in his or her collection.
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