Factory 1966 Ford GT "A code" 289 V-8 Convertible!
Rare find ! You can search the entire country for one of these authentic Factory GT Mustangs and find only a small few.
This is the most valuable 1966 Mustang available aside from the ultra-expensive K-codes and Shelby's which we all know sell for well north of $100k.
Superb investment and with how hot the Mustang Pony market always is this one is sure to appreciate in value!
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Factory A code V-8 289 225 h/p with 4 Barrel carb. Very strong running engine that is much more powerful than your average Mustang ! 4 speed manual transmission with a good shifting 4 speed manual transmission. Factory front disc brakes, Original rear trumpet exhaust with factory exhaust hangers mounted into the frame . These original GT's were equipped with larger style brake booster with proportioning valve and a distinguishing feature is a larger front sway bar, also has the correct factory punched out holes for the front fog lights , Also correct quick ratio steering box HCC AX 16:1.
The car drives nicely down the road , handles well and has plenty of power!
The exterior is very nice driver quality. Paint has a nice shine and is in very nice shape. Door gap nicely and has a solid underbody.
Clean white GT Pony interior. Dash perfect , carpet nice , clean door panels etc.
Power Convertible top is perfect with clear rear window and top power up and down with no hesitation
The classic car market has been outperforming the stock market for years!
Start enjoying your rare investment today and be the envy at all the local car shows since no one there will have one of these !
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