Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is happy to offer this
1966 Ford Mustang GT A-Code. The "A-code" optioned cars received a
higher output 289CID V8 with a four-barrel carburetor that came
from the factory. The A Code engine had flat top pistons, giving it
a higher compression ratio compared to the C-code dished-style
pistons. The result was a 25-horsepower difference where the A Code
made 225 to the C Code's 200. The car was delivered new in Ivy
Green Metallic with the Ivy Gold and White luxury interior option.
The '66 GT had several noticeable features making it easily
recognizable like the GT gas cap, trumpet exhaust, special GT
stripes and MUSTANG lettering, GT badge, disc brakes, and GT fog
light bar. Interior equipment includes a center console, a cabin
heater and defroster, lap belts, and manual-crank windows, AM
radio, and Mustang embroidered floor mats to protect the carpet.
Power through the four-speed manual transmission is delivered to
the rear wheels with styled 14 steel wheels with the chrome trim
rings and are mounted with red-stripe bias-ply tires for the old
school look. The three-spoke wood rimmed steering wheel sits ahead
of a 140-mph speedometer flanked by auxiliary gauges that include
oil and water temperature gauges, battery amps, a fuel gauge and
8k-rpm tachometer and analog clock mounted to the steering column.
The five-digit odometer shows 96k miles. If you are looking for an
American Muscle classic, this 1966 Mustang GT could be the car for
1966 Ford Mustang
Interior Color:White & Gold
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