This 1966 Ford Mustang takes what you love about the first-gen pony
car and upgrades the whole experience. That's why the exterior gets
an extra sporty style, there's extra power from the V8, and you get
to stay extra comfy in the A/C interior.
Springtime Yellow is quite a pleasant factory color. There's a
proper shine that looks good on a well-presented coupe like this.
But it's not just the tone that catches your eye. This yellow
provides a nice contrast for the custom black package with the wide
dual racing stripes. It's been thoughtfully applied, so they go
over the roof and extend below both bumpers. And the black special
edition American Racing Torq Thrust wheels add to this dark and
The color theme switches inside. Now you have a handsome black
accented by the creamy yellow. The factory-style pieces have a
well-done look on the seats, door panels, carpeting, headliner, and
dash. The center console is always a welcomed piece that looks
particularly nice with both colors of this car's overall theme.
Plus, they integrated the right upgrades. The radio has the classic
knob-style appearance, but it's really a modern retro-style unit
with an AM/FM digital tuner and Bluetooth. And the stock-style air
conditioning system is blowing cold with modern R134a.
Ford's 289 cubic-inch V8 has a stock look in this C-code Mustang.
But if you take a closer look, you'll discover power upgrades with
an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Weiand Street Warrior
aluminum intake. Plus, there are nice supporting components, like
the shining compressor and an aluminum radiator. Even the belts,
wires, and hoses have the good look of proper maintenance. So this
V8 fires up readily as it makes a sweet tune from the dual exhaust.
The three-speed automatic transmission shift smoothly, and
investments in the suspension keep this feeling solid on the road.
There's also power steering, front disc brakes, and grippy Nitto
ZR-rated tires to keep this a nice cruising classic.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the Mustang with plenty extra
to offer. So if you want distinction and fun in a driver's package,