A beautiful 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible. 1995 AACA Senior National First Prize Winner. Deluxe Red Pony Interior. Automatic, A/C, GT Grille, Stainless Steel Trunk Rack. Bought in 2006 from a private owner who completed a rotisserie restoration in 1994 to be his wife's car. She didn't want to drive it and put on few miles before selling. Since 2006 changed to a Holley dual float, new rear leaf springs, Petronix ignition, added Monte Carlo bar. Power steering unit has recently been removed due to pump failure and unavailability of replacement pump.
Car has been driven mostly to shows - always winning a prize - and is in excellent condition. Never been rained on or cleaned with a hose. Always stored inside, very well maintained.
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