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.
The 1966 Mustang 302 V8 at Skyway Classics is an premier example of those cars. This vehicle is incredible.
Why This Car Is Special
This Mustang is extremely nice as it looks like a completely restored Mustang, from top to bottom, with many upgrades.
This green beauty has what looks to be a Jegs Crate Motor of 302 Cubic Inches, performance carb, chrome air cleaner and valve covers, performance radiator, performance distributor, dual exhaust with performance mufflers, and a perfect detailed engine bay with correct decals and even the hard to find windshield washer bag and cap.
The 1966 Mustang in beautiful correct dark red interior including the original red seatbelts. It all verifies with the Trim Tag info that it is all the original color interior as it was born with. It has matching red carpet, great looking wood steering wheel, console, floor mats, wood trim on it's instrument panel, and correct factory gauges.
This 1966 Mustang is painted in a beautiful shade of pale green with great chrome and trim as well as shiny front and rear chrome bumpers. The glass and weather stripping is great too. The Mustang rides on polished 5-spoke mags and performance tires to give it the right stance.
This 1966 Mustang we have at Skyway Classics is as near a brand new car as you could ever have. It has the right look, stance, ride and looks and you will see that when you stop by here to look at it.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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