Distinct, beautiful, and quite quick – we know why you stopped to look at this 1966 Ford Mustang GT. It has been given solid investments in everything from the bright paint, to the A/C interior, to the powerful V8. So the only way this true A-code pony car is going to disappoint you is if you're not quick enough to snap it up.
This coupe is a distinct stunner. It starts with the 1966-correct Silver Frost. You know the factory could never get it looking this good. Instead, the paint benefits from a deep luster that comes from an investment in modern clearcoat, and a professional hand applying it. So now this sliver classic truly looks like precious metal in the sunshine. You can tell the chrome bumpers and other brightwork received attention, too, to keep up with the clearcoat shine. That already makes for an alluring coupe before you add all the GT package elements. After all, the red triple-stripe on the rocker panels that sit between the 14-inch factory styled steel wheels give this one a profile that's more aggressive than most of the other '66s you'll come across. But we all know there's more GT-specific elements you need to get right, and this one has the fog lights in the grille, GT badging & gas cap, and dual trumpet exhaust pipes coming through the rear valence. It's the perfect aggressive pony.
We love how the red exterior stripe package also acts as a preview to the interior color. Plus, the red interior is always a great way to add come European-style flair to this American classic. And that's especially true on this one where there has plenty of recent investments to keep the bucket seats, carpeting, door panels, headliner, and dash all looking and feeling its freshest. This is the perfect cruising car with upgrades like the retro-style AM/FM stereo that now has an iPod input in the glovebox, and air conditioning that's blowing nice and cold. But your favorite part of this Mustang really comes from getting in the driver's seat. There's something special about grabbing the thin and grippy factory sports steering wheel. And we bet you spotted the ultra-desirable Rally Pac that adds a tach and clock to the sporty round gauge set.
Under the hood are more signs of great care. The tidy 289 cubic-inch V8 looks great with the shiny elements like the air topper and compressor. Plus, the Cobra valve covers are a nice hint at the aggression this V8 has. This is originally an A-code car, and so it should be no surprise that there is a four-barrel carburetor on this V8. It inhales deeper thanks to an Edelbrock intake. Plus, long tube headers exhales add a commanding rumble through a newer dual exhaust with performance H-pipe construction. The three-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit that keeps everything comfortable. Add in power steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of BF Goodrich T/As, and you have a great looking coupe that also handles quite nicely.
Powerful, comfortable, and all the right investment have already been made – this is one of the easiest choices you'll ever make about taking home an icon. While not a documented original GT, we believe this could be a real one! Call today!!!