We are pleased to offer this very nice Mustang to our inventory. In
2010 the Mustang was treated to approx. $3800.00 in mechanical
upgrades by the owner at that time. Oil pan, rear main seal,
transmission seals among others were replaced. Brakes were all
completely gone over, wheel cylinders and shoes were replaced. The
radiator was replaced and also the lower control arms were
replaced. This work was done when the car was at 47,566 miles on
the odometer. the next owner of the car did even more work to it.
When the odometer was at 48,200 miles, the car was treated to a new
GPM high volume water pump, new Dorman harmonic balancer, new
points, plugs distributor cap, coil, condenser and plug wires. The
carburetor was rebuilt, and the vehicle serviced as well. Most
recently new side mirrors were added, the new dual master cylinder,
LED behind the dash, new front shocks, a new rear window regulator,
and ceramic window tinting. The door tag shows original 289 4
speed, was sold in Dallas TX. The doors have no rust on the
undersides. Interior is most excellent. No signs of rust on the
car.This includes inside the truck. 289 runs great overall runs
great!! This is just an overall very nice 66 Mustang. Drive it
daily, or shoe the weekends, it's ready for the weekend!! Contact
Lone Star Muscle Cars at 940-691-1070 or email us at
[email protected] for more information about this
1966 Ford Mustang
Location:Wichita Falls, Texas
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