213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1966 Ford Mustang has some GT style on the outside, a strong V8 under the hood, and an upgraded five-speed stick to enjoy it all. So it's a driver you're going to enjoy, especially with the windows down and the A/C keeping you cool.
A first-gen Mustang is an instant icon, but this one also has the right eye-catching features. The GT-style fog light in the grille, styled steel wheels, and large dual exhaust tips make it look quite sporty. These cars look good in red, and there's the right gloss to get you noticed at stoplights. Some people may choose to upgrade or update this finish, but we like a good driver-quality car like this because it never makes us nervous about enjoying it. And as you dig into the details, you'll really see that his car has been given the right investments to be a great all-day cruiser.
Black interiors always look stylish against red exteriors. The carpeting, upholstery, and headliner all show well. And the dash pad has the smooth look of new. There are even good details everywhere from the correct trunk mat to the working courtesy lights. Plus, it's built to be a fun driver. You have classic pieces, like the front bucket seats and thin/grippy three-spoke steering wheel. And there are also well-integrated upgrades, like the air conditioning and a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with aux input.
Under the hood is Ford's hardy 289 cubic-inch V8. It has been upgraded with an Edelbrock package that includes the four-barrel carburetor, ribbed valve covers, and a polished air grabber. Because it's a driver's car, this one wants to make sure you feel connected with the motor and the road. And enjoying the drive means added versatility, too. That's why you have modern cruising tires and an upgraded five-speed manual transmission.
This is the iconic cruiser that was built to enjoy the drive. So if you know classics are best appreciated out on the open road, you know this is your pony car. Call today!!!
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