The original Ford Mustang was all about being a fun classic with
middle-class value, and this one really takes that to heart. This
1966 model is a factory all-red coupe that has plenty of great
vintage details and a true easy driving nature.
Candyapple Red is a truly legendary color, and this one has been
professionally resprayed to make sure it remains an
attention-grabber. Bright chrome bumpers, complete trim, a clean
pony grille, and classic wire wheel covers give plenty of bright
distinction. And you'll particularly like the white stripe
highlighting the C-channel in the profile. It not only goes well
with the whitewalls, but it also helps to showcase the well-fitting
doors and quality impression of the whole body.
The interior gives this coupe a full red package inside and out
that's always attractive on these Mustangs. And the trim tag says
this was born this way. Just like the exterior, it has a very
vintage style. You get the desirable center console, wood trim on
the dash, and even the classic AM radio is still there for a
display. Plus, bucket seats, a grippy sports steering wheel, and
sporty round gauges are all part of the driver-focused package that
keeps the Mustang timelessly attractive.
Under the hood is a bright valve cover showcasing the long block of
Ford inline-six. This 200 cubic-inch motor is a date-correct
casting, and it looks good with the distinct air grabber. Plus, the
condition of the belts, wires, hoses, and other fundamentals prove
the proper care. So it makes for a strong motor that runs with that
great inline-six inherent smoothness. The three-speed automatic
transmission shifts smoothly, the power steering is quite handy,
and the modern touring tires make for a solid cruiser.
This is one of the best icons you can own when you're looking to
cruise all weekend and grab plenty of attention doing it. Call