It's not just that the 1966 Ford Mustang convertible is one of the
most desirable American classics around... it has been upgraded
with cold-blowing A/C, an overdrive transmission, and fuel-injected
V8 power. It all makes for a sharply-presented restomod with an
impressive all-around style.
Mustangs look cool in Raven Black, especially when given an added
investment. You can see that nicely here where a piano-like luster
lets this sunshine-friendly convertible show off its glossy style
in the sunlight. It's pretty impressive without being perfect.
After all, you'd be too nervous about driving a museum piece, and a
restomod is all about amplifying the overall enjoyment. And the
clean lines, bright chrome bumpers, and sporty Mag 500 wheels make
for an awesome icon. The black roof even has the color and fit of a
brand-new piece. And if you like how the red on the tires and
rockers look against the black, wait until you take the roof
The full red interior has a striking style. It has a bright look of
quality on the upholstery, dash pad, door panels, and carpeting.
There's a thoughtful level of detail throughout. You see it in the
clean Mustang logo floor mats, newer wood-rimmed steering wheel,
correct trunk cover - including for the full-size spare, and the
under-dash lights that greet you when a door opens. And the
color-matched convertible boot is a terrific bridge between the red
accents on the outside and the full red interior. So since this has
such a nice drop-top style that you'll want to take out and enjoy,
they also integrated better-cruising upgrades like AM/FM stereo and
modern R134a air conditioning blowing cold out of the classic
The engine bay shows off a Mustang legend from a much younger era.
That distinct intake is the unmistakable look of a 5.0-liter V8
borrowed from the Foxbody generation Mustang. It's great to have
this upgrade to fuel injection and a more significant displacement
than what was available in 1966. It fires up with an eager feeling,
and the dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers has a terrific tune
that's always great on a drive. The brakes and steering are all
about giving this restomod a touch of old-school feel. So while you
can find some easy upgrades if you're looking for the full modern
package, we like how this reminds us that this is still a classic.
Plus, this one already knows how to cruise confidently down the
road with features like a modern tread behind the simulated redline
tires, newer suspension components, and a four-speed automatic
transmission with overdrive.
This iconic drop-top pony car has been given solid investment in
style and substance. That's why you know it's the irresistible
cruiser you need to get your hands on today. Call now!
1966 Ford Mustang
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Raven Black
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