This 1966 Ford Mustang convertible is many cars in one. When the
top is up, it's an iconic with a classic color combo. When the roof
is down, it's a bold looker with cold A/C. And anytime you drive
it, it's an interesting GT-style classic with the enhanced V8 power
to back it up. So it's amazing you can get all of these qualities
for such a nice price.
This is everything you want in a first impression. The Wimbledon White paint is such a classic that this was the first Mustang's color. The black folding roof provides the perfect contrasting distinction. And speaking of standing out, everyone loves to see some great GT-style touches like the fog lights in the grille and rear valence with exhaust trumpets poking through. And those styled steel wheels add even more sporty appeal. So this is everything you love about the first-generation iconic pony car.
Inside is another very distinct, but factory-style package with the blue and white luxury interior that includes the premium "pony" package on the seatbacks. It really grabs attention with complementing dual colors on the continuing on the door panels and dash. We also bet you just love the way the wood paneling on the center console matches the steering wheel, glove box, and gauge panel. And speaking of the gauges, you get the five-round readout cluster with large speedometer that makes the 1966 cars so desirable. More than just look distinctive, you have all the right features like a power folding top, upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo, and factory-style air conditioning. So this one really lets you cruise with the top down any time you want.
Under the hood, the 289 cubic-inch V8 looks powerful with its shiny air topper, tubular bracing bars, and Cobra valve covers. But more than just look speedy, this also has been upgraded with a Holley 600 CFM four-barrel carburetor to really give you an extra kick of power from the V8. Plus, this pony car has all the right features to be a comfortable galloper with the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and BF Goodrich T/A tires.
This is many cars in one. But beneath all the personalities is an iconic Mustang, so no matter how you use it, it's all smiles. Don't let this deal slip away. Call now!
Pick of the Day is an electric-converted pony car done back in 1995
The Pick of the Day is one of the iconic 1969 prototypes built by Kar Kraft for Ford, turned into a quarter-mile competitor
As the saying goes, ‘better late than never.’
Most Americans want to see a pony parked in the driveway
It took a decade, but Harry Donovan’s pony is back on the road
They’ll take some work, but you could make some money back and learn a lot
Most powerful and quickest factory version to arrive later this year