800 Derita Road, Ste. A
With vibrant paint and proper V8 power, this 1966 Ford Mustang likes to grab plenty of extra attention. And the full package was made to be driven, so it's easy to hit the road and show off this bold pony.
Early First generation Mustangs had yellow in the color palette, but none came close to being as vivid as this one. This gives the coupe an instant presence. And there's more sporty style with the GT-inspired elements like the deleted bumper guards front and rear. Plus, the American Racing Torq Thrust wheels add to the performance coupe look as well as some adds to the brightness. The polish goes well with the bumpers, trim, and badging. But what might just be the brightest part of this car is the LED headlight upgrade.
The black interior has a timelessly attractive contrast to the exterior yellow. The upholstery, headliner door panels, and carpeting all have a nice feel that makes this a nice place to spend some time. You even have an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner with a cassette. And because this is a driver's car, there are bucket seats up front, a sports steering wheel, and crisp readouts in the sporty round gauge cluster.
The engine bay has an attractive style. There are clean black inner walls, and they funnel your attention to the full blue presentation in the middle. Plus, it's just nice to have Ford's hardy 289 cubic-inch V8 as the heart of this bright pony car. It has been given some nice updates like a Holley carburetor, a Flamethrower coil, and headers feeding the dual exhaust. This was made for you to enjoy out on the road, and that's why there are nice driving features, like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and modern sport tires.
This pony car is ready to cruise right now. But the only way you get to hit the road tomorrow is if you call today!
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