A 1966 Ford Mustang convertible is an awesome wind-in-your-hair
icon of the open road. And so if you're someone who loves to both
drive and show a classic, then this can only get better when you
have a true custom-built restomod in your garage. This has an
impressive list of upgrades that includes shining red paint, an
overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and a fuel-injected
331ci V8. So dig into the details of an all-around stunner.
Bright red paint is always the right choice for a powerful machine.
This one has a good gloss that radiates with a proper shine to
immediately announce this is a quality build. Plus, they made nice
investments in the brightwork making sure the classic details like
bumpers, bezels, and door handles all shine. But you're not
interested in this one just because it's a solid vintage package.
This convertible is out to make sure you can see its performance
attitude from every angle. The billet grille and crystal-clear
headlights help put a brighter face forward. The rear has a sporty
style with a GT 350 gas cap and LED taillights. And deleted badging
gives the whole car a sleeker and speedier appearance. Plus, there
are some upgrades that add to both the speed and the style. The
white triple-stripe rocker decals not only add to the GT style, but
it also coordinates with the white vinyl top to give this the
all-American appeal of a Coca-Cola bottle. And the American Racing
wheels have a bright and vintage design, and their larger 16-inch
size also allows you to fit better performance tires.
While the white top is stylish, it powers down to reveal an even
more attractive two-tone interior. We especially like the
upholstery where they took the desirable pony premium package and
upgraded it with a fresher feeling and plenty of modern seat
bolstering. Plush carpeting, a smooth dash, and clean door panels
help make this a fine place to spend some time. You also get to
upgrade to the best in driving music with the Sony AM/FM/CD stereo
with aux input and speakers. It's a full driver-oriented setup with
bucket seats up front and a cup holder center console in between.
The Lecarra steering wheel is on a tilt column, and it gives you a
clear view of the full AutoMeter white face gauge package with
speedo and tach.
The engine bay has a tidy style that lets you see the power within.
The larger 331 cubic-inch displacement on this V8 tells you they
have invested in performance, and that continues with Edelbrock
Performer aluminum heads, an Edelbrock intake, and long tube
headers feeding the H-pipe dual exhaust. It has been topped with a
Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection to give you the best in
power and consistency. There are even the right supporting
components, like a full MSD ignition system and an aluminum
radiator with dual Spal electric fans. Not only do you have a more
powerful package, but the fuel-injected motor is part of a more
everyday-friendly package. For example, the four-speed automatic
transmission is good for handling the power and delivering
overdrive comfort, and the stout Auburn rear end is a limited-slip
unit. Plus, you have power steering, grippy modern tires, and
upgraded four-wheel power disc brakes.
This is a sleek Mustang drop-top that has a terrific upgraded
performance style, and the driving experience tells you it was
thoughtfully built to be a great all-around cruiser. That makes for
the kind of car that you'll love to take anywhere, and it was made
to be seen everywhere. Call today!!!