1966 FORD MUSTANG GT FASTBACK 89000 Miles BURGUNDY COUPE 4-SPEED MANUAL

Price: US $60,998.00 Item location: Miami, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: GT FASTBACK
  • Type: COUPE
  • Trim: GT FASTBACK
  • Year: 1966
  • Mileage: 89000
  • VIN: 0000006T09K176316
  • Color: Burgundy
  • Engine size: --
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: BEIGE
  • Options: --
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1966 Ford Mustang GT FASTBACK

1966 FORD MUSTANG K CODE FASTBACK  Vintage Burgundy Metallic Parchment Crinkle and Rosette Vinyl with Burgundy, Standard Interior 2+2 Fastback Real KCODE There are no official records of how many K-codes were produced, but studies suggest that only 5468 were made on all bodies​. Fastbacks were a small part of that number Real Collector Car About the car:   This is a Real 66 Fastback K Code 289 HiPo with an original GT Package. The car has been... Fully Restored by a professional. The body work and clear coat paint are well above average to excellent. The Car has no signs of bondo or rusty The block stamp is C5AE 6015 E. Intake is C50E 9425 A. Distributor is a correct HiPo with no vacuum advance but is a motorcraft and should have been autolite new. The car does not have the original carburator, it's a holly 4 barrel but does run and iddle great. Two other things on the engine: The plastic clear fuel filter is not correct and yes... The power steering is a real dealer installed power steering with rack and pinion.  Harmonic balancer is a real HiPo balancer and the alternator is correct. The engine is very tight and you can drive it like you stole it. The Transmission is correct 4-speed top loader with stamp C5AR 7006 D and the tail housing is C60R 7A040 C. 9 rear diff is correct with C5AW 4668 A 3.89 gears. The Clutch is brand new. As for the GT options, the original wire harness is in the car with the original fog light switch and the rear running lights do come on when the fog light switch is on. The radiator support is accident free and has all the correct holes for the fog lights. Holes are pressed with a lip, not drilled. Everyone says to search for the correct exhaust studs and holes in the body for GT option and they are there as well as the special brake line routing for the dual exhaust.  289 HiPo (K Code) - Wikipedia -  wiki/Ford_Windsor_engine#289_HiPo_(K-code)​ A high-performance version of the 289 engine was introduced late in the 1963 model year as a special order for Ford Fairlanes. The engine is informally known as the HiPo or the K-code' (after the engine letter used in the VIN of cars so equipped). Oddly, this engine was introduced in 1963 as the only 289 engine available in the intermediate Fairlanes. Lesser-powered cars had the 260 engine in that year. Starting in June 1964, it became an option for the Mustang. The HiPo engine was engineered to increase performance and high-RPM reliability over standard 289 fare. It had solid lifters with hotter cam timing 10.5:1 compression a dual point, centrifugal advance distributor smaller combustion chamber heads with cast spring cups and screw-in studs low-restriction exhaust manifolds and a bigger, manual-choke 595 CFM carburetor (the standard 289-4V was 480 CFM). The water pump, fuel pump, and alternator/generator pulleys were altered, fewer vanes, extra spring, and larger diameter, respectively to help handle the higher engine speeds. Even the HiPo’s fan was unique. Bottom-end improvements included a flaw-free selected standard block, thicker main bearing caps and crankshaft damper/balancer, larger-diameter rod bolts, a crankshaft made from 80% nodular iron as opposed to the regular items at 40%, all were checked for correct 'nodularity' by polishing an area of the rear counterweight and comparing that surface using a magnification arrangement against a picture datum, increased crankshaft counterweighting to compensate for the heavier connecting rod big ends, the increased external counter weighting at the front was split between the crankshaft damper and a supplementary counterweight place adjacent to the front main bearing journal (all designed to reduce the 'bending moment' in the crankshaft at high-rpm), all for high-rpm reliability. The HiPo equipped with a single 4-barrel Autolite 4100 carburetor carried SAE gross ratings of 271 bhp (275 PS 202 kW) at 6,000 rpm and 312 lb⋅ft (423 N⋅m) at 3,400 rpm.[4] The K-code HiPo engine was an expensive option and its popularity was greatly diminished after the 390 and 428 big-block engines became available in the Mustang and Fairlane lines, which offered similar power (at the expense of greater weight) for far less cost.  Contact today our sales team for more information 877-534-3017 877-534-3017  We ship Vehicles World Wide