Classic Car Facts
Red exterior ... Black interior ... 289 CID V-8 ... Manual transmission ... Dual exhaust ... Runs like new ...
Although there have been several generations of Mustangs since the first generation, it will always be those that were produced from 1964 – 1966 that are most remembered. And it was not without reason that these Mustangs have become an American icon—with their sporty styling and abundant options, they were the right car for the right time for a whole generation of Americans, and their popular appeal endures to this day.
This gorgeous 1966 Mustang is finished in Signal Flare Red. Its newer finish has a beautiful luster that is further accentuated by chrome and brightwork that is in excellent condition. Although not equipped as such from the factory, the addition GT fog lamps, cosmetic hood and rear fender scoops, chrome flared tailpipe extensions, and a GT gas cap will get you plenty of attention. Chrome Crager wheels complete the package.
Inside this Mustang’s sporty cockpit you will find bucket seats finished in black vinyl. The seating areas, dashboard, door panels, headliner, and carpeting are all in excellent condition. A full complement of gauges, along with ancillary VDO tachometer and Sunpro voltmeter will keep you informed about what’s going on under the hood. You’ll also appreciate its updated JVC AM/FM stereo and cassette, and Hurst shifter.
Under the hood of this C-code Mustang is a 289 CID V-8 mated to 4-speed manual transmission. One tap of the accelerator will reward you with a throaty note emanating from its dual exhaust. You’ll also appreciate the convenience of power steering. Best of all, this Mustang runs and drives as well as it looks.
This Mustang was traded in at the local Harley-Davidson dealer by the original owner’s son. The odometer shows just under 3,900 miles, which is reflected on the clear Ohio title as actual mileage, but total mileage is unknown.
Make today the day to put this iconic pony in your stall!