When any car fanatic thinks about iconic, resilient, and fast muscle cars, they unquestionably and without delay land on the Ford Mustang. Furthermore, when the Ford Mustang comes to mind, it is impossible not to illustrate the candy apple red, 1966 rendering of the universally esteemed car in your mind. Possibly the most celebrated Mustang of all time and undeniably the most effective in terms of sales, the 1966 Mustang is at or near the top of every car enthusiast’s garage wish list. This car offers all of that decades’ old luster and allure that made this car king of its day. Right down to that candy apple red. The 1966 Mustang was notorious in some of its novel and reimagined distinctions, such as its modernistic grill and gas cap, and restyled side ornamentation. Speaking of restyling, this legendary 1966 Ford Mustang coupe has just been returned to its full potential and brilliance. Fresh out of the paint booth, it glimmers like an exquisite red mirror that is trimmed in bright chrome. This lavish beauty has had many exterior promotions, including several new trim pieces, and stunningly renewed wheels wrapped in brand-new, white letter, P205/70/R14 BF Goodrich T/A radials. Inside it bodes a comprehensive revitalization as well. A complementing new red carpet floor and seat belts stand out against the redone parchment seats, trim, and door pads. Furthermore, the interior parades some very distinctive features that were optional in the 1966 model year, including, the optional front bench seat, and an AM/FM/Cassette Radio. For supplementary car envy, this sovereign pony is no slouch under the hood either. It exhibits its original 289 HP engine, masterfully equipped with a 4 barrel carburetor, C4 automatic transmission, and duel exhaust. The impressive and smooth running power plant shows just 14,795 miles on the odometer, but does exceed mechanical limits. From its superlative new paint, to the detailed trunk, this historic and widely adulated car is nothing short of imposing! Whether you are looking for a weekend driver, a car show trophy hog, or just aspire to have an attractive piece of American History in your collection, your search is over.