An eye catching 1966 Mustang two door hardtop finished in Candy Apple Red that is economically priced within everybody's budget. Powered by a Six cylinder 200 c.i. 120 h.p. Ford engine that is mated to an automatic three speed transmission. It is equipped with the following: power steering, air conditioning, upgraded AM/FM stereo with cassette, bucket seats, rear view mirrors on both sides, white wall tires and full wheel covers. It has received some restoration including fresh paint, interior improvements and some bright work updates. Overall this Mustang has a fresh inviting look and truly be a great fun car to own.
These early Mustangs were an extremely popular car in their time and remain so. Their value continuous to increase as time goes on making them a great investment as well as being inexpensive to maintain. Come and take a look and test drive this one and then purchase the car of your dreams. Call (517) 694-3669 any time for further information as well as to schedule a personal appointment 24/7. Anything of value considered on trade, financing available, and shipping can be arranged to anywhere in the world! Holt Auto Sales has been in business for over 38 years, providing our customers around the world with quality Corvettes and Classics. It is our policy at Holt Auto Sales to recommend a professional or personal inspection before purchasing a vehicle, especially if it is being bought sight unseen. We will be available any time to accommodate the inspection so you will be confident with your purchase.
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