1966 FORD MUSTANG COUPE PROJECT 4W Disks, 5 Sp, 9", New Wiring Gauges, New Pics

Price: US $6,000.00 Item location: Los Angeles, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: 289 V-8 Coupe
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Originally 289 Automatic
  • Year: 1966
  • Mileage: 120,000
  • VIN: 6F07C285507
  • Color: Wimbleton White
  • Engine size: 302
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1966 Ford Mustang 289 V-8 Coupe

Selling a 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe Restomod Track Project.
I've had this car for about ten years, and hoped to finish it some day but things happen.
I bought it from a friend who got it from his aunt, a little old lady from Southern California who didn't put many miles on it.
She just drove it locally, never got on the freeway, and only put a few thousand miles a year on it. The body and chassis probably have less than 120,000 miles on them total since it had less than 100,000 miles when he got it.
My friend drove it around for a couple of years, blew the 289 engine, put a 302 in it, drove it for a few more months, and then got another car to drive so it just sat.
It is a very solid rust free Southern California Mustang with good floors, trunk, firewall, and fenderwells but does have a couple of rust spots on the doors. No major rust repair needed anywhere.
The Mustang's body was totally stripped, All the badges on the side and the hood were removed and the holes were all welded shut.
The sides are totally smooth except for the door handles. No fender badges, no trident on the rear quarter panel.
The sides are perfectly straight with no ripples or waves or dents.
The Mustang was completely repainted Wimbleton White with the doors, fenders, trunk, hood, and windows off the car.
But it has sat for the last six years and the carport leaked, so it has rust bubbles appearing on the lower front of both doors where water got in which needs to be repaired and repainted.
And a ding and large paint chip on the driver's door thanks to my neighbor.
The rest of the body is in great condition. Smooth and straight. The paint should buff out nicely.
It really was a beautiful paint job as you can see in the early photos.
It's a great car that runs good and handles like a dream. The entire Mustang suspension is basically new.
Great balance and really tracks through a curve with precision.
The ride is not harsh even with the Koni Shocks, and the car feels like it's on rails.
The Traction Master suspension system works incredibly well.
The four wheel disk brakes work great since they were originally designed for Ford Granadas and Lincoln Versailles, which are much heavier cars that weigh about 1000 pounds more.
And you can get brake parts at your local Ford dealer.
It was originally an automatic, but converted to a mid 1990s Ford Mustang World Class T-5 five speed manual with a used Factory Ford pedal assembly.
The handbrake has been moved to the center transmission hump using an old Ford Contour handbrake.
The car basically needs a couple of thousand dollars and a hundred man hours to make it complete.
All the pieces marked New are six to nine years old and have less than 100 miles on them since I never got the Mustang on the road.
Everything was done right the first time. I do have most of the receipts and invoices for the parts installed.
The 1966 Mustang Coupe starts, runs, and drives. The Engine, Transmission, Rear End, Suspension, Brakes, and Wiring Harness are all installed and working great.
1966 Ford Mustang Coupe
Original California Black License Plate Car.
302 Ford V-8 with low miles. Less than 10,000 miles.
New Edelbrock 4 Barrel 650 cfm Carb
New Edelbrock Performer Aluminum Intake Manifold
New Edelbrock Performer Cam
New Hooker 4 to 1 Headers
New 2-1/2 inch Exhaust with X-pipe and Magnaflow Mufflers
New Rebuilt 5 Speed World Class T-5 Manual Transmission - No speed sensor installed.
New High Performance Clutch, Pressure Plate, and Throwout Bearing
Rebuilt Ford 9 Inch Rear End with Rear Disk Brakes from a Lincoln Versailles
New Limited Slip Differential Unit
New 3.55 Rear End Gears - You might want to replace the ring gear since it makes a whining noise. We tried setting this up like ten times, and couldn't get the noise to go away.
New Koni Shocks Front and Rear
New Traction Master Front Coil Springs
New Traction Master Complete Polyurethane Bushing Kit
New Traction Master Front and Rear Sway Bars
New Rear Leaf Springs with Traction Master lowering blocks.
New Global West Front Upper Control Arms with Shelby lowering modification
New Subframe Connectors
New 15 X 7 Circle Racing Spun Steel Stock Car Wheels
New 205/60 - 15 Yokohama Tires
New 15 X 8 Circle Racing Spun Steel Stock Car Wheels
New 225/60 - 15 Yokohama Tires
Ford Granada Front Disk Brakes with New Rotors, New Rebuilt Calipers, and New High Performance Brake Pads.
Lincoln Versaille Rear Disk Brakes
withNew Rotors, New Rebuilt Calipers, and New High Performance Brake Pads.
New Brake Lines
Relocated Emergency Hand Brake to center transmission tunnel.
New Painless Complete Wiring Harness - All the wiring is new.
Six New Autometer Gauges - Two of the Autometer gauges have orangish lights and four have bluish lights. .
This is easy to fix since all of the gauges are set up with connectors for easy access.
Relocated Battery to trunk.
New Larger 20 Gallon Gas Tank from a 1967 Mustang for long distance cruising.
Body was completely stripped and debadged. All the badges and the rear trident were removed and the holes were welded shut.
Minimum Bondo on car.
The sides are completely smooth except for the door handles.
The F O R D was removed from the front of the hood and the holes welded shut.
The repaint was stunning when it was first done.
The fender lips have all been rolled so even larger wheels and tires will easily fit.
I feel really bad that the doors rusted, but they can be easily fixed and the rest of the paint still looks good.
There is also a ding and large paint chip on the driver's door from my neighbor's workman who built a new fence.
The Front and Rear Bumpers were stripped and rechromed. These are the original thick heavy factory bumpers, not cheap aftermarket ones.
The Door Wind Wings were stripped and rechromed.
Stereo speaker wires and amplifier wires have been prerun.
Includes original front seats and new seat covers. The back seat is included but it's rough and rusted.
Includes new carpet.
Includes heater core and new heater core kit.
Includes most of the parts needed to finish the build.
New Alarm with remote.
You are going to need a trailer to move the Mustang since the cooling system is empty.
The 1966 Ford Mustang is located in Los Angeles.
The Mustang is available for inspection if you would like to see if it is really as good as it sounds.
You can call 323 731 4075 or 323 931 0857 if you have any questions.
Leave a message if I don't pick up the phone and I will call you back.

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