This beautiful 1966 Mustang convertible has been nicely restored, modified, and detailed throughout. The Mustang comes with a "C" code 289 C.I. V-8 engine, C-4 automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes and period correct torq thrust wheels. Also, rear leaf springs, rack & pinion steering, new front suspension, sequential LED tail lights and reverse lights, a wood grain steering wheel, a GT rear valance, dual ceramic coated headers, LED instrument lighting and an all-aluminum radiator were all added to the Mustang by the current owner.This 1966 Mustang convertible also includes an AM/FM radio and an aftermarket console with a Bluetooth radio built in. The exterior is the original Wimbledon White and the interior is a striking burgundy and parchment combination (the original interior color on this classic Mustang was red). The vehicle has the original cowl in like-new condition with no rust. The interior is completely new and it also comes with a new convertible top.Take a look at the pictures of this well maintained classic Mustang. It needs to be seen to be appreciated!...
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