1966 Ford Mustang
It's time to put a stellar pony car in your garage. This 1966 Ford Mustang coupe has been expertly restored to include slick paint, a strong-running V8, and one of the best all-around original-style presentations you'll find. If you're going to have a Mustang, it's hard to beat Candy-apple Red. And if you want to be bold, it's best to have the factory-correct color professional resprayed with a luster-filled modern clear coat like this one. This one looks extra nice is because it was stripped and prepped correctly to make sure the original sheet metal was looking great before the red was re-applied. It gives this coupe a more premium feeling, and you'll see that there have been all the right investments to back this up. The form-fitting chrome bumpers shine like mirrors; the complete trim package adds even more bright work; and the classic Mag wheels have timeless sporty elegance. Plus, the black vinyl roof is a great period-correct finishing touch that was refreshed at the same time as the paint. This is an exceptional package, but this is also an exceptional car. It was originally sold in the Charlotte ordering district, and it has averaged less than 1,400 miles annually. So that's true signs of a careful and local life! That standout roof is also a great introduction to the interior color. You can tell there was the right investments in keeping the dash, door panels, headliner, and carpeting looking dark and fresh. The black bucket seats with special premium "Pony" package is something we all love to point out at car shows. But this is not a full midnight appearance. There's plenty of wood-like elements and bright work that add an extra dimension to the interior as they coordinate on the dash, steering wheel, and premium center console. And just like the exterior, this one has been carefully crafted during the restoration to keep it feeling period correct. Even the AM radio still works! When you open the hood, you'll see all the right pieces for a great driving classic. The consignor states this is original to the car, and it was rebuilt 2,700 miles ago. So you get great originality with an exceptionally factory-like presentation. We love the bold blue of the block, valve covers, and air topper radiating within the dark engine bay. And everything looks correct, right down to the decals. They even remembered to refresh the suspension components during the restoration Ã¢â‚¬" right down to the bushings Ã¢â‚¬" so this feels solid on the road. Plus, with power steering, the original three-speed automatic transmission (per the consignor,) and new BF Goodrich T/As, this is the classic you'll really enjoy driving. The sale comes with paperwork, including title documentation, owner's manual, maintenance records, service manuals, and restoration photos. This is an award-worth Mustang for someone who love a true classic car feeling. Call now!