Just reduced: Up for sale is my beautiful, 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible. A rare one at that.
This Dearborn-built car is one of only 3,190 convertibles built for 1966 with a bench seat and one of even fewer that had a 4 spd manual transmission. It was repainted Red in the mid-'80s with its original factory color being Ivory Green Metallic. The Interior is the original Parchment color. The convertible top is powered and works as it should.
The condition of the car is excellent - it has a few minor chips in the paint, that can only be seen at close inspection, and considering age, looks amazing. The interior is immaculate. Some work on the body was carried out in the 80's but I'm unsure as to exactly what. It's been a California car all its life with original black plates too.
You can see the powered top in action here: https://youtu.be/roTh9VkiDRs
Approximately $10k in work has been accomplished in the last couple of years and includes:
- Front disc brakes
- Alternator, harness/headlamp harness, voltage regulator
- Pertronix ignition
- 15 x 7 Rally wheels w/ red center caps
- 4 new tires
- Rear leaf springs
- Driveshaft & U joints
- Gas tank and filler hose
- battery, fuel pump/fuel line, air filter
- Hoses, oil, coolant, radiator, thermostat
- and more