A 1966 Ford Mustang with an upgraded 302 V8, a five-speed, and a GT-style appearance makes for an attractive classic. And as you dig into the details, you'll see everything from suspension enhancements to an awesome sound system that tells you this one really was built for all-around driving enjoyment.
The silver paint is an upgrade later in life, and it has a nice metallic element and a clearcoat shine. So it's impressive even before you look at the tasteful additions. It's a sporty-style machine with upgraded GT badges and the dual exhaust mounted through the rear valance. The billet grille, hood scoop, and full stripe package remind you of some great Shelby cars. And speaking of the stripe, don't you just love how the top ones are painted on...even over the roof! Plus, the upgraded 16-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels add to the performance look, and their high-polish finish also goes great with the radiant chrome bumpers.
The exterior stripes prove that black is always a great color to go with silver, and so the interior is instantly attractive. This all-black setup is especially nice with the seats, door panels, headliner, and carpeting that show this has been given a solid investment. There are good details for classic car lovers, like the working courtesy lights and the premium pony upholstery. They even left the factory AM radio on display. But your music really comes from an AM/FM/CD stereo in the glovebox that also includes USB and Bluetooth. We have a receipt from 2022 showing that there was over $4k invested in a professional full stereo upgrade that also includes modern speakers, two amplifiers, and a set of 10-inch subwoofers for the ultimate in driving music. If that sounds like a great setup for all-day enjoyment, then you'll also appreciate upgrades like the armrest center console, Lecarra sports steering wheel, and the Hurst shifter.
The 302 cubic-inch V8 was a few years away when this Mustang was first built. But since they gave it other upgrades, this really fit right under the hood. You'll enjoy details like the polished valve covers and dark Edelbrock air grabber. But some of the best upgrades here are about making this a better all-around driver. That's why you have a serpentine belt system, a new MSD coil, an aluminum radiator w/electric fan, and a Monte Carlo bar for added stability. It makes for a driver's kind of classic, and the way the V8 fires up reaffirms that it loves to hit the streets. And when you get it out on the road, you'll feel the difference from upgrades like the Heidts tubular A-arm front end, front disc brakes, power steering, and modern sport tires. Plus, the upgrade to the five-speed manual transmission gives you better ratios than stock while providing firm control over the full V8 package.
This is the cool Mustang coupe that has a terrific upgraded performance style, and the driving experience tells you it was thoughtfully built to be a great all-around cruiser. That makes for the kind of car that you'll love to be seen in, and it was made to be seen in more places. Call today!!!