Ford’s most iconic car from the post-war period is undoubtedly the Mustang, and it was nothing short of a sensation when it was introduced. Thanks to its good looks, high level of comfort and performance (even in standard trim), and overall affordability, almost everyone in America wanted to have a Mustang parked in their driveway. To many, the most desirable Mustang available in 1966 was the Fastback Coupe, as it was equipped with the 289-cubic inch V8, nicknamed the “K-Code” due to the letter K in the fifth position of the car’s chassis number which denoted the 289’s presence.
The magnificent 1966 Ford Mustang GT K-Code Fastback featured here is finished in rare and highly desirable Raven Black over black deluxe pony interior and has been fitted with nearly every available option, including the GT package, Rally-Pac gauges, deluxe pony interior, and much more. This incredible motorcar was restored with no expense spared to a level very seldom seen. This example is a rare 1 of 166 Mustang Fastback K-Code GTs according to the K-code registry, and there were only seven Raven Black K-Code Mustang Fastbacks made in 1966. Out of the seven, only two had the GT package. Of those two, only one had the deluxe pony interior, making this 1966 Ford Mustang GT K-Code Fastback 1 of 1. The car has an all numbers-matching drivetrain, which includes a 271 HP K-Code motor, four-speed Toploader transmission, and 9″ 350 gear 4 pinion positraction rear end. This 1966 Ford Mustang GT K-Code Fastback is an incredible opportunity for the most demanding collector or investor to acquire the very best example of this iconic model at an investment price.