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This 1966 Ford Mustang is made to be a tribute to a GT350H, but it hides an even larger secret. The VIN is for a K-code factory car! That kind of rarity and performance lineage is why this one has been given investments like an A/C interior, five-speed, four-wheel disc brakes, and a powerful 302 V8 under the hood.
This is a very cool custom presentation of an icon. The black paint with gold stripes borrows the Shelby GT350 Hertz livery that we all love. Plus, the dual exhaust tips poking out of the rear valance are all great Mustang GT touches we love. And the American Racing Torq Thrust wheels have a terrific competition-style appearance. Even the details like the hood scoop and tinted windows want this one to be a mean machine. But there's more to this one. The way the panels line up and the bumpers shine reminds you why you love this icon. So you'll appreciate a coupe that looks good but also has a very driver-ready style.
Just like the exterior, the interior takes the classic style and gives it some nice upgrades. For starters, you still get the same low-back bucket seat profile you love in an early Mustang, but now they are newer pieces with a unique ostrich pattern insert. Plush carpeting, good door panels, and a smooth dash show a solid investment in making this a nice place to spend some time. You'll appreciate nice cruiser details, like the working vintage AM/FM radio and the classic-style air conditioning unit blows cold with modern R134a refrigerant. Plus, this has a driver-ready attitude with the upgraded Grant sports steering wheel, power steering, and Hurst floor shifter.
The engine bay has a tidy style that lets you see the power within. The 302 cubic-inch V8 is a larger displacement than what was available in 1966. More than just a larger size, this one lives up to its speedy legacy with a Holley Street Avenger four-barrel carburetor, upgraded intakes, finned Mustang valve covers, and headers feeding into the dual exhaust. This also has good supporting components, like an aluminum radiator, an MSD distributor/coil package, and a polished Shelby-style Monte Carlo bar. The upgraded power is utilized to the fullest thanks to the addition of a five-speed manual transmission. In fact, you can truly be a weekend warrior with this coupe thanks to the four-wheel power disc brake upgrade.
The K-code coupes were the true one-percenters of the first few years of the Mustang's production. So that already gives this one some awesome rarity even before you enjoy the GT350H appearance and awesome driver attitude. So yes, this is the kind of classic you'll love to own and drive. Call today!!!
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