213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
With a cool red color inside and out, some key upgrades, and a hardy V8, this 1966 Ford Mustang is one of those complete classics that was made for you to get out there and enjoy the drive.
When we say this is a driver's classic, that starts with the first impression. The red paint with GT style rocker stripe is part of an aggressive package. Bright dual exhaust tips and polished Vision Legend Series torque thrust wheels add to this sporty feeling, too. Bright chrome bumpers, good panels, and well-fitting doors take care of the fundamentals. So it really has the right look you want for a V8 pony car. And while this has style, the overall condition won't make you nervous to get out and truly enjoy this classic - and that's important for those of us who use our cars to the fullest.
The sea of red continues inside. The seats, door panels, carpeting, and dash all have a clean and inviting look. You'll also spot a few popular upgrades. The radio is an AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette for better driving music, and there are even provisions for air conditioning (it will require servicing to blow cold.) And this gives you the proper classic car experience with low-back bucket seats, a thin/grippy steering wheel, floor shifter and the 1966 car's desirable round gauge package.
The rockers make a callout to a HiPo 289 motor, and while this is not a K-code car, the V8 earns its boasting through its upgrades. This V8 tidy is upgraded with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, polished Ford Racing valve covers, and headers that add power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. It makes for a stronger powerhouse than stock, and that really goes to the heart of a driver-ready Mustang. Plus, you have great anytime features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and newer set of wide modern tires.
When a classic Mustang is built to be a better all-around driver, you know it makes for an irresistible deal. Call today!!!
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