The 4th longest continuous production model in America, the Mustang was first produced in 1964 and created an all new class of cars - Pony Cars. Meant to provide affordable, compact and highly styled coupes and convertibles, Pony Cars were an immediate hit and the Mustang was the standout leader in terms of popularity.
This 1966 Mustang is the result of a detailed rotisserie restoration. The bronze exterior, with white accent accent stripes, gleams against the white vinyl top. All around the exterior, the quality of the restoration that this Mustang went through is evident. Open the door and the matching bronze and white Pony interior is in fantastic condition, inviting you to jump in and drive. The A-code 289ci V8 is paired to a 4-speed manual transmission that pushes this car effortlessly down the road. Mustangs are quickly becoming one of the most sought-after Pony Car and this '66 is a fantastic addition to a collection.
Unless otherwise stated, mileage shown on odometer is exempt and unknown if original.