The 1966 Ford Mustang is iconic, and it only gets better on an
example that gives you a cool/coordinated color combo and a value
The trim tag tells us this one is wearing its correct shade of
Tahoe Turquoise. It's not a common sight like red, so it will be a
standout. It was updated later in life to still give off a good
gloss today that shows off the good body lines. This one has a few
speedy-style details, like deleting the bumper guards front and
rear. And the styled steel wheels are always a nice touch. But
overall, this one is attractive for just being the kind of solid,
clean, and distinct coupe that makes for a nice anytime
The turquoise continues inside, and it's joined by a tasteful
white. It forms a uniform two-tone presentation on the seats and
door panels that's quite inviting. There are nice details like the
working courtesy lights, and everyone loves the look of the premium
"pony" package on the seatbacks. Other fundamentals such as the
grippy steering wheel, clear gauge cluster, and clean headliner
have a complete look that makes it easy to enjoy.
Under the hood, the bright blue block really makes sure people see
that you have the unmistakable look of inline-six power. Ford's 200
cubic-inch motor looks tidy and well-maintained. And it's a solid
feeling right from start-up reaffirms its steadfastness. So while
we all know a V8 fits nicely under here, there's just something
special about the hardy and authentic powerhouse under the hood.
This likes to be a more basic kind of classic, and that means you
get to feel the road a bit more. But they also make sure it's a
proper cruiser with a three-speed automatic transmission and modern
This Mustang offers a distinct style today and a solid base for
whatever your plans may be in the future...even if that means just
Sunday drives. Call now!
1966 Ford Mustang
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Tahoe Turquoise
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