1966 Ford Mustang GT "All Original Survivor"
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Mustang
- SubModel: GT
- Type: Coupe
- Year: 1966
- Mileage: 75,430
- VIN: 6R07A216529
- Color: Gold
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Interior color: Gold
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1966 Ford Mustang GT
This is an outstanding opportunity to acquire an all original survivor air conditioned Mustang GT that maybe be best original paint, ow mileage example available. It is an exceptional car in original condition, icely equipped and beautifully presented.
1966 Ford Mustang GT 289 4v V8
VIN: 6R07A216529 Body 65B
Sauterne Gold Metallic with Ivy Gold & White Pony Interior
The Mustang, ne of America’s most popular cars, as slightly restyled for 1966. Most noticeably, floating horse was added to the front grille. Other changes for 1966 included a redesigned gas cap, right hood lip molding on all models, tandard rocker panel moldings (except on the 2+2), tandard back-up lights, edesigned side chrome spires (which were deleted on the GTs and those with accent pinstripes) and revised style steel wheels that included a chrome trim.Different upholstery patterns and colors were available in the interior of the 1966 along with a five-dial instrument cluster. Padded sun visors were standard on every Mustang.
This Mustang GT Coupe is from an estate sale.It is an all original San Diego, alifornia car with the original sales contract and all records since new. Well optioned with GT Package (includes Fog lights, ual exhaust fitted through valance, 89 A Code 4 barrel V8, pecial handling package and GT stripes), ony interior, 4 automatic transmission, ront disc brakes, onsole, ood steering wheel, ir Conditioning (works well), ally pack gages, are Ford factory 8 Track/ AM Radio, emote mirror, ower steering, nd rally GT Wheels with redline tires..
The GT is a unique all original example with a wonderful history.It was purchased new by a Career Navy Officer in San Diego on August 12 1966. His care for this car was well beyond normal. We were told it was never washed with water, nly carefully wiped down.The first time the car was seen was in 2004, hown by his widow after his death. The car was carefully kept and completely covered in wool blankets in the underground garage of their retirement apartment building. After his death the wife had a family friend drop by monthly to drive the GT a few miles.
It is all Ford original paint with the exception of an older touch up of the right front fender. (There is no evidence of prior damage to this area) The Mustang has no parking lot dings or scratches.The outstanding light ivy gold crinkle and white crinkle (Trim Code 68A) pony interior is all original and looks new. The car has 75,000 miles but could pass for 35,000 miles. It is that original and nice. There are many Mustangs available at any given time. However, o find one in this original preserved condition is truly an opportunity for someone who wants the best.Another interesting note is the added tags under the hood that read "Shelby Enterprises Engine Number 25987 8/17/66" and an added Shelby round emblem to the front grille pony. The meaning of these has not been verified as the owner is deceased and his wife had no knowledge of this.However the date of the tags is only 5 days after he took delivery of the car new.The documentation with the Mustang does not contain any records from Shelby indicating any service or modifications.