This 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible gives you more of everything.
The paint has a little more shine. The custom A/C interior gives
you a lot more comfort. The V8 is built for more performance. And
the overdrive transmission makes getting everywhere a lot
Red always has appeal on convertibles. It gets even better when
this sunshine-friendly drop-top has a nice gloss and shine from an
upgrade later in life. And it's not only the paint that has
brilliance. The full brightwork setup looks good, including the
Mustang corral grille, taillight bezels, rockers, and form-fitting
chrome bumpers. It's a whole package that looks good and never too
fussy to hit the road... and that was done on purpose. As you keep
digging into all the details on this pony car, you'll discover it
really was given the right investment to be a driver's machine.
The black folding roof is in great shape, and it makes for a nice
color combo against the red paint. But with the flip of a switch,
it gets even better. The top powers down to reveal a detailed full
black interior. The deep/dark color makes for a uniform appearance
on the door panels, dash, and carpeting. It's an inviting look that
was made for extra comfort. The upgraded TMI seats have great
modern bolstering. It has a detailed style that combines red
stitching to match the exterior as well as the classic Mustang
premium "Pony" package design. There are more useful upgrades like
an armrest center console with cup holders, and everyone loves
cold-blowing air conditioning in a convertible.
The engine bay is extra tidy, and there's some brightwork flair on
the tower brace, air cleaner, and Ford Motorsport valve covers.
More than just look nice, Ford's stout 289 cubic-inch V8 is a great
motor to have. It inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel
carburetor and Edelbrock intake, and it exhales with a sweet sound
out of the dual exhaust. This is a strong powerhouse that's built
for driving. That's why you have thoughtful upgrades like an
aluminum radiator, power steering, and a four-speed automatic
transmission w/overdrive. As you look underneath the car, you'll
spot more worthwhile additions. This includes drilled & slotted
front disc brakes, and in the rear, there are adjustable air
Complete with owner's manual, this is the iconic convertible built
with all the extras to make it everyday practical. So if you love
driving your classic, this is your pony car drop-top. Call
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