Sure, you could probably build a 1966 Mustang like this. First, find yourself an ultra-clean early Mustang that doesnt cost about half of what this one does, all finished. Add up the materials and parts and youll be several tens of thousands into the build, then add about four years of your time. Still think this 1966 coupe isnt a screaming bargain? Someone pulled out all the stops to put this car together, and its ultimately the new owner who will benefit. Cost doesnt appear to have been a consideration with the bodywork on this early Mustang coupe, as it sports one of the straightest bodies weve ever seen (and you can see how many Mustangs we sell). Undoubtedly a clean car when the work started, these guys went nuts finessing every square inch of the body, getting into the smallest details, and then screwing it together with far more precision than some assembly line could manage. Then they shot it with two-stage paint with lots of pearl in the base and a brilliant shine in the final product, which only comes from a careful color-sand and buff session. A Shelby-style hood scoop and stripes are classic Mustang styling cues that just scream high performance, and there hasnt been a Mustang with chrome this nice since they trotted that first one out for the press fifty years ago. If you care about getting the little stuff right, this Mustang will delight you. The interior is a tasteful resto-mod environment that gets the big stuff right and leaves the rest alone. Stock buckets have been reupholstered in the original pattern, but use grippy fabric inserts to help hold you in place. The fat Grant GT steering wheel manages the crisp steering, and theres a column-mounted tach right where you need it. But the stuff that makes early Mustangs great, including a stylish center console, gorgeous door panels with bright trim, and a full set of instruments remains in place. The dash has been finished in a textured paint that adds a racer vibe, but at the same time theres an original-style A/C unit under the dash. A newer AM/FM/cassette head unit has been nestled front and center in the dash and they probably spent more upholstering the trunk than most guys spend on their custom wheels and tires. The badges say 289 but the engine is actually a stout 5.0 with an .030 overbore. Topped by a Holley double-pumper, its a torquey but streetable companion, and thanks to the 3-speed automatic behind it, this is a car you can drive to work every day if you want. The engine bay is beautifully detailed, with custom polished stainless panel work, an Edelbrock dress-up kit, and a trick neon kit that lights it all up. The chassis shows off its ultra-clean components, lightly protected by a layer of undercoating that keeps it neat but hides nothing. The dual exhaust system sounds awesome thanks to a pair of glasspack-style mufflers, but it cruises easily thanks to 2.79 gears on a limited slip. Classic Centerline wheels with fat Dunlops ensure that it clings to the pavement. Still think you can build more car for less money? Why wait? Call now and own this one today! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707.
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