The Atlanta Showroom is offering this 1966 Ford Mustang. This 289 V-8 pony has an automatic transmission and some recent update mechanicals. This little horse has front disc brakes, EPAS steering, new A arms, front springs, and shocks. The appearance of the Mustang is undoubtedly its most distinctive feature. As it is the same overall length as the Falcon, most of the distinction results from sliding the passenger compartment about nine inches toward the rear which gives it a proportionately longer hood and short rear deck. This also results in the driver being relocated about 9 in farther from the front of the car and reducing the luggage space from Detroit cavernous to what might be called adequate for weekend trips. The overall design of the Mustang has created little controversy, almost everyone agreeing that the appearance is attractive. Options include: AM/FM radio, CD player, power steering, power brakes, vinyl interior, wire wheels, and radial tires. To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833.
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