1966 Ford Mustang Coupe 289 V-8. � � DGC7393� � Vin #� 6F07C227393.
� This is a nice driver quality Mustang. Numbers matching Emberglo
Metallic paint with Emberglo and Parchment Deluxe Pony interior.
289 V-8 engine and automatic transmission.� Was a 2 barrel carb now
has an Edelbrock intake with 4 BC Edelbrock carburetor K & N high
rise air filter. Flame thrower ignition. Power steering. Front disc
brakes with a split brake master cylinder. We installed new
American Racing 15" 5 spoke wheels and new tires.� New shocks and
springs. Has some rust bubbles under the vinyl top and left rear
fender and the drain vents are filled in. While driving the Mustang
we discovered that the radiator had some issues.� We bought a new
aluminum radiator ($50.00 more than the stock replacement) and
noticed that the water pump had play, so we replaced it too. Now it
is a much better Mustang than when we first bought it. We have
receipts back to 1984.� One receipt from 2001 shows 87,566 miles,
now the odometer shows 90,233.� I bought this Mustang from an
estate, they had owned it since 1999.� � � � 1966 Ford Mustang
Coupe 289 V-8. � � Cond� # 3+. � � �
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