1966 Ford Mustang GT
"Pony Interior / Power Steering / Power Brakes / 5 Speed Manual / 302 V8"
This beautiful, restored 1966 Mustang A code, real GT, will make the perfect cruiser!
Original California car with only 53K miles, extremely clean/original floor pans and frame rails - solid car. Power steering, power brakes/front disk brakes. In Burgundy color with Parchment-Burgundy interior.
Drives great, starts right up, motor runs strong. It’s comfortable, even for everyday car.
The car was restored to look original, with many performance upgrades, such as: 1990 302/5.0L HO V8, Trick Flow aluminum heads, valve train and cam, 5-speed WC T-5 transmission with Hurst shifter, TRW forged pistons, ARP hardware, Ford Performance dual roller timing chain, Edelbrock aluminum water pump, Weiand intake manifold, 600 cfm carb, MSD distributor and coil, 7-quart oil pan, stainless fuel lines, Global West upper and lower control arms and tubular tie rod adjuster sleeves, 440# springs, Bilstein sport shocks, complete brake rebuild with MustangSteve brake booster and aluminum dual bowl master cylinder, new posi rear end with 3.73 gears, and more. New radiator and resonators before the mufflers to keep the exhaust sound down on low rpm.
All new deluxe pony interior on correct colors (Parchment-Burgundy), all TMI, new carpet, new headliner, new upholstery and seats, rally pack, restored center console, 3 point seat belts front and back. Fresh Painted doors and dashboard. All new weather stripping (including windshield & back window), new trunk mat, new Scott Drake Convex side mirror. New RetroSound door speakers & stereo speaker on the back, Infinity Kappa K2 amplifier with bluetooth and hands-free calling - great sound. All electrical systems work, including new wipers, defroster front and back and factory 8-track!
New Scott Drake 15x7 styled steel wheels, with Diamond Back II tires, custom 1” whitewall. The black vinyl top is in excellent condition, the paint looks good from a few feet away, but is starting to show some age up close.
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