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There is nothing like getting behind the wheel of a true pony car.
Here we have a beautiful 1966 Mustang. The car that started the
pony car war in the mid 60's between the big three. This one has a
stout 302 between the frame rails backed by an automatic
transmission. The paint although a lighter color is Antique Bronze
and still somehow, looks like it is three feet deep. You can tell
the work that went into making this car beautiful was at all cost
and they spared no expense. As you might be able to see the only
thing that doesn't match this car exactly is the center console
which is easily removed. Air conditioning has been added and in a
much newer fashion so that it works about 200% (okay maybe this is
a slight exaggeration) better than a factory air conditioning
systems. But with that said, only a small percentage of the
Mustangs to come through the showroom from the 60's actually have
A/C so that's a nice touch. Now let me share that this car started
life as a 6-cylinder and is now a 302, so, no it's not numbers
matching, but it is better than factory. As with all of our
classics financing is made easy by going to our financing tab and
applying with Collector Car Lending or LightStream. Trade ins are
1966 Ford Mustang
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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