With its performance-enhanced V8 and go-fast upgrades inside & out, this 1966 Ford Mustang is a very speedy pony for a quite affordable price.
The customization of this Mustang is apparent from every angle. It starts up front with the wide pattern grille, darkened pony corral, GT350R-inspired front valance, and crystal-clear headlights. The hood pins look like they were necessary to tame the beastly bulging hood (and we'll tell you exactly why they're needed a little later.) And speaking of the hood, it looks exceptionally cool for this fiberglass unit to have dual black stripes highlighting the dual scoops. Plus, there's a matching pair of stripes on the trunk. Even the roof gets some of this gloss black as a nice coordination with the stripes and the rocker panels, as well as a nice standout against the shine of the silver body. The final touch is a set of iconic Weld racing wheels with staggered tire sizes to give this an aggressive stance.
Inside this pony car wants to remind you it's here to get down to business. A black bucket seat interior is always desirable, and all the important bright trim is present, so it's not a completely dark atmosphere. But once you slip behind the Grant GT sports steering wheel, you begin to feel the tingle of performance that this Mustang radiates. There's a full auxiliary gauge package that includes the oil, volt, and temp trio mounted in the center, a fuel pressure gauge sitting directly in your sightline, and a large AutoMeter NV tach w/shift light. All of this complements the B&M ratchet shifter. And if you needed any more indication of this Mustang's performance intentions, there's a fuel cell in the trunk.
Open the hood to see a seriously aggressive stroked 289 cubic-inch V8. The Ford Racing valve covers, large air grabber, red plug wires, aluminum radiator, and bright Monte Carlo bar all give this the look of serious performance. And backing it up are components like a Demon four-barrel carburetor, AFR 1450 aluminum heads, MSD ignition, performance intake, and long tube headers. The total package makes a ton of power, and the thunder of the shortened dual exhaust lets everyone know it. Making sure this power gets to the ground is a stout Ford three-speed automatic. And an enhanced power Mustang needs to have its handling enhanced, too. That's why there's a beefed front suspension that includes a thicker sway bay and an upgrade to four-wheel disc brakes.
You're looking at a seriously quick pony car with a unique appearance and great upgrades. So when you get this much for such an affordable price, you know this deal won't last long. Call today!!!