1966 Ford Mustang GT

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

289 HiPo 225 HP V-8


C4 Automatic Transmission


Power Front Disc Brakes


Quick Ratio Steering Box


Air Conditioning (blows cold)


Rally Pack Gauges


Car Cover


Original Color Night Mist Blue Metallic


Extensive stack of receipts dating back to 1989

 

 

We are very proud to present this very nice Mustang GT hardtop for the 2nd time. We sold this car to the current owner 3 years ago when we owned Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. He has enjoyed it with his family and now it's time to move it on to it's next caretaker.      This Mustang is in very nice condition and is ready to drive and show. The paint still shows extremely well and the top is in excellent condition. There are 3 small scratches in the vinyl, but are really not that noticeable.     The door tag shows the car to be it's original Night Mist Blue with blue and white luxury interior.    This is a very nice color combination which goes extremely well with the dark blue metallic exterior and white top.

Listed Below are the items to look for when determining a real GT from a clone. You will see photos of all of these items in our ad. 

1- A or K code in the Vin#
2- GT Fog Lights with Fog Light Bar
3-GT Badge over Mustang Letters on Front Quarter Panels
4-GT Stripe
5- 289V-8 with 4BBl Carb
6-Brake Pedal w/Disc Brake Emblem
7- GT Gas Cap
8-Dual Trumpet Exhausts
9- 3/16" Sway Bar
10- Larger Master Cylinder
11- Exhaust Hanger Bracket Under Rear Seat w/ 2 Studs and 1 Screw
12- Fog Light Switch
13- Hole For Fog Light Wiring Punched not Drilled
14- Quick Ratio Steering Box
There are a few others, but some were easy to recreate and are not as important as the ones we listed. 

You will also see by the door tag below, that this car has C4 Auto Transmission. This was a rare item on the HiPo 289 in 66 and only on the GTs.

The 5 Gauge cluster was another GT item. The Rally Pack gauges work well. The clock actually keeps good time.   Previous owners have said this is possibly the original mileage, but we have no proof of that.    The radio has been replaced with a newer edition and it did leave small scratches on the dash.    The Ford factory under dash air conditioning works very well. We did the video of this car on a very hot Texas day and the a/c kept us quite cool.    All of the interior lights are working.    Above you can see one of the small scratches in the top just right of the G in our watermark. As we said they really aren't that noticeable.   You can clearly see the holes were punched and not drilled for the fog light wiring. 

Some folks will say that these emblems are in the wrong place. There are so many other items on this car that would be hard to recreate, so we were not really concerned about the placement of these emblems.   There is a little bit of surface rust that has started in the trunk. This is the only place we found any and it's not anything serious. 

Come and check out this great Mustang at our showroom. It won't last long. 

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