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The first generation Mustang is a staple in the Muscle car family.
Some would say it's an industry leader, pretty much setting the
pace for what a fun muscle car should be in the mid 60's. This
Sprint 200 Inline 6 starts as easily as you could expect a muscle
car to start and stays running easy whether it's been sitting for a
week or you just drove it an hour. What stands out about this
Mustang (other than the obvious, I'll get to that later) is the 200
cubic inch engine is backed by a T5 5-speed manual transmission.
That means it is super fun to drive and has great drivability
whether through the city or on the highway. Now, onto the obvious,
a beautiful white paint that looks like the whole car has been
completely dipped in blue pearlescent. The interior completes the
look with a nice complete blue interior that accents the exterior
pearl perfectly. If that doesn't sell you, then seeing it in person
will. Make some time to swing by and take this beauty home. We take
trades and financing has never been easier.
1966 Ford Mustang
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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