1966

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1966 Plymouth Fury

1966 Plymouth Fury

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Encouraged by the 1965 Fury's success, Plymouth lightly restyled the 1966 Fury models. They sported a new grille insert, different side trim, redesigned wheel covers, altered taillights, and a new deck lid and rear beauty panels that mimicked the divided front-end design.
1966 Plymouth Barracuda

1966 Plymouth Barracuda

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Engines were the same in 1965 and 1966. Like the 1965 models, no badges on the car indicated the car was a Valiant Barracuda, though it was still a Valiant with a fastback and modified grill (which, as with prior ‘Cudas, would bolt into a Valiant).
1966 Cadillac DeVille

1966 Cadillac DeVille

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The 1966 DeVille received a mild facelift that included a somewhat coarser mesh for the radiator grille insert, which was now divided by a thick, bright metal horizontal center bar housing rectangular parking lamps at its outer ends. There was generally less chrome on all Cadillac models this year.
1966 Chevrolet Chevelle

1966 Chevrolet Chevelle

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Touting new styling and a range of performance options, the 1966 Chevelle remained the viable choice for many. It still included the previous four models and offered up big new looks with a broad new grille and bumper, a more raked roofline, chrome accents and a curved side window.
1966 Ford Mustang

1966 Ford Mustang

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Not much was changed for the 1966 Mustang due to great sales from previous years. However, 14-inch tires came standard on all models and the GT’s instrument cluster was made standard on all models.
1966 Shelby Cobra

1966 Shelby Cobra

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In 1966, the MKIII Cobras were still being produced and raced. The MK III missed homologation for the 1965 season, but private owners continued to race the car and were winning races all the way into the 70s.
1966 Dodge Charger

1966 Dodge Charger

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The 1966 Dodge Charger marked its memorable inception. Based on the midsize Coronet, the Charger included hidden headlamps, full-length tail lamps, and an interior that was state-of-the-art with four bucket seats and optional front and rear consoles.
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