This beautiful 1966 Mustang GT Fastback was originally sold new on March 14, 1966. It features eye-popping one-year-only Ford Emberglo paint, A-Code 289 V-8 engine upgraded with aluminum Edelbrock intake and Edelbrock 4-bbl carburetor, Comp Roller Cam and Lifters (producing many more horses than the original 225HP), C4 Auto Transmission, Power Steering, Aluminum Driveshaft, Air Conditioning, Deluxe Pony Interior, Factory Rally Pac, Center Console, Optional Trunk Release, Custom Dual Exhaust w/Magnaflow Mufflers, Headers, Dual GT Exhaust Trumpets, Dual Redline Coker Radial Tires, Extensive Service Records, Original Owners Manual, Original Set of Keys. This Mustang has a straight body and superb panel fit. The engine compartment, trunk, and undercarriage have been detailed. It's upgraded 289 engine has plenty of punch. Sit back, roll the windows down, listen to the rumble as you cruise in this real looker. Be prepared to get your picture taken because everywhere this car goes it brings a smile and a friendly "hey - I like your car" from passers by. This car looks as good in person as the pictures show. This is one of the nicest 1966 Mustang GT Fastbacks you will ever find!
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