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1966 Ivy Green Metallic Ford Mustang

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Fort Worth, TX   76137 Model Year: 1966 Mileage: 19952
VIN: 6R07A177331 Engine Displacement:
Exterior Color: Green Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
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Decked out in a great color and featuring the coveted GT options... and then some, this 1966 Ford Mustang GT is a rare gem that features an A-code 289 V8 with C4 automatic transmission, as well as several very well-chosen add-ons that up its performance quotient without altering its vintage identity in the process.

This Pony presents an undeniably impressive and polished appearance. The deep, Ivy Green metallic paint is a great color for this model. It's not only factory-correct, but a direct match to what it rolled out with some 50 plus years ago and it's in fine shape - with a wet-looking shine from all angles, and nary a noticeable chip to mar its stellar look. Those white stripes running down the sides are part of the GT option package and they, too, look great, unscuffed and showing admirably sharp edges. All the aesthetic details have been well looked after on this vintage coupe. The grille up front is table straight and bears an unblemished pony emblem in its center - bracketed by a pair of fog lights - and in back, the dual exhaust tips are surrounded by very clean bezels. Like the fog lights, they provide another indication of this Mustang's special GT lineage. The body panels line up exceedingly well and, with its very new-looking black vinyl top, as well as clean chrome bumpers, brightwork and badging from end to end, it's got the look of a museum piece, and you can easily picture this classic rotating on a turntable in front of a throng of admiring onlookers.

Just inside the doors, a very clean deluxe Pony interior awaits, and like the exterior, it's been skillfully refurbished to its original specifications. Featuring a very desirable parchment color, both the bucket seats in front and the bench seat in back look great and, along with the door panels on both sides, show virtually no wear at all. An aftermarket console extension, offering convenient storage and cupholders, sits astride the center console and in contrast to what we see all too often, it's a strong match for its surroundings. Just beyond the three-spoke Mustang steering wheel, a set of original gauges sits, still easily readable. They're joined by a Mustang option not even included on the GT package - an authentic Ford Rally Pack - featuring a tach and clock, mounted just in front of the cluster on the steering column. A little lower, the factory issued air conditioner is in fine form, more than up to the task of keeping you and your occupants comfortable. The trunk area is nice and tidy, lined with the signature Ford plaid fabric on the bottom and a full-size spare securely fastened in place.

This is a real A-code car and carries what we believe is the original 289 cubic inch V8. It's still wearing proper Ford Blue paint, a chrome air cleaner with decal, and a set of finned valve covers, all of which are period pieces that still look great. The Edelbrock 4 barrell carb adds some performance boost and the C4 3-speed transmission combined with 3.00 gears in back make for a very comfortable cruiser. It's all in fine form, running very smoothly and sounding great as it exhales out the dual exhaust, which features an Xpipe to balance out the exhaust for increased efficiency. This very sharp looking Mustang sits with just the right stock, level stance on a set of 14"" styled steel wheels that feature Cobra centers and are wrapped with Cooper Cobra radials.

Looking for a well-equipped vintage Pony in GT form that retains its great stock look? You have to check out this 1966 Mustang GT. Call today!


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