It's time to put a pony car in your garage. This 1966 Ford Mustang
coupe has a distinctly bright look and a strong-running 289 V8 so
it makes for a great way to own America's favorite weekend getaway
This car started out life as a blue coupe, but the vibrant color
you see here is a more modern upgrade that loves to turn heads. It
has a nice gloss and shine that brings extra attention to the
strangeness of the body panels. And because the paint has upgraded
the luster, they also invested in the brightwork, too, to bring the
whole car up a level. Everywhere from the form-fitting chrome
bumpers to the taillight bezels have a mirror-like look of quality.
Those styled steel wheels are the ideal intersection of classic
Mustang looks and this car's bright attitude.
While black interiors look great, blue with white accenting offers
a true standout distinction on this example. These two colors are
expertly intertwined for a nice total look. In fact, this is an
ideal color combo. After all, the white bucket seats are always
distinctive, so you'll happily park this one with all the windows
down so everyone can get a good look. But the blue carpeting is a
darker color that holds dirt better, so that means you don't have
to worry about hopping into this Mustang on a whim and going for a
road trip. And that's exactly what these '66 Mustang coupes are
great a doing. They are usable and comfortable enough to drive for
hours and still arrive in style. In fact, you'll probably never get
tired of gazing through the cool blue factory wheel at the full
five-dial gauge cluster that became standard in 1966.
The engine bay is extra tidy. It's worthy showing off with the some
nice added brightwork on the air cleaner and valve covers. Plus,
Mustang fans will love pointing out all the correct decals. More
than just look nice, Ford's stout 289 cubic-inch V8 is a great
motor to have. It inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and
exhales with a sweet sound out of the updated glasspack-style dual
exhaust. Having a driving classic also means having the right nice
driving features, like the three-speed automatic transmission and
Goodyear Eagle GT II tires.
The first-generation Ford Mustang is a true classic car for those
who like driving. They are fun, stout, and easy to maintain. Now's
your opportunity to pick up a turn-key American icon that also has
a great distinctive look. Call now!