This 1966 Ford Mustang has an awesome dark attitude inside and out,
and there's an upgraded V8 with four-on-the-floor to back it all
up. So dig into the details on this sleek black pony.
A Mustang done in black is made to be mean, and this one really has
the upgraded attitude. It has GT-style elements like the fog lights
in the grille, dual exhaust mounted through the rear valance, and
triple rocker stripe done in a high-contrast white. And there are
great custom details, like the competition-style Torq Thrust wheels
and a deep chin spoiler that looks like the track-ready pieces from
later Boss Mustangs. While this has a sporty look to it, there's
also a sense of sophisticated style. It's in the good luster of the
black finish, the clean body lines, and the way the chrome bumpers
shine like new.
The dark attitude continues inside, and the deluxe "pony" package
upholstery also continues the stylish feeling. There has been a
solid investment here with good door panels, a smooth dash pad, and
taut headliner. There are also nice details, like how the center
console has a custom wood-like appearance that goes with the
well-done instrument panel. And the radio is the AM/FM/CD stereo
with aux input for upgraded driving music.
Under the hood is upgraded V8 power to go with this car's dark and
intimidating look. Mustang fans in '66 would have to wait a few
more years for a 302 cubic-inch V8 from the factory, but this one
gets the upgrade right now. It's built with Holley four-barrel
carburetor w/one-inch spacer, upgraded ignition, and sweet-sounding
dual exhaust. The consignor even states this has solid lifters and
a mild cam. And the way this one runs strong makes for a great
motor. Because this is the kind of Mustang you're going to really
want to drive, you'll love that you get full control of the power
with the toploader four-speed manual transmission. Plus, features
front disc brakes and wide modern tires give you better command on
This is an all-black pony car that mixes mean with a hint of
sophistication. And the motor is terrific. So you know you don't
want to miss total package classic. Call today!!!
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