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This 1966 Ford Mustang has been given the right investments so that you get to really appreciate the upper-class color combo that it was born with. In fact, this is a true presentation for vintage loves where even the upgrades don't stray from what Ford gave you on this icon.
The trim tag tells us this was born a Tahoe Turquoise coupe. It's a distinct color where today it almost seems like it wants to represent the upper-class end of the pony car segment. That's why this one was given a high-quality respray that really lets this special color shine extra bright. And you can also see that the brightwork on the bumpers, emblems, and trim were also invested in to make sure that they look as brilliant as the paint. Because this has a premium look, the white vinyl roof is the exact right addition. And it gives this tropical blue coupe the all the appeal of a cresting ocean wave. This even has the styled steel wheels, and the whitewall tires go great with the roof.
The interior keeps the correct color combo, and in fact, it presents with quite an original appearance. The creamy parchment color with blue accenting seems to keep a similar theme to the exterior while also having its own attractive style. The whole presentation looks to be quite stock and also well-preserved, so you can show off the distinctive color with pride. We particularly like the correct-style Mustang floor mats. There's even everything from the spare tire to the AM radio that's there for display to really drive home that vintage attitude we love in a first-gen Mustang. And there's just a feeling of extra thoughtfulness in the details when you open up a door, and the courtesy lights still shine bright.
This was born a C-code car, and so it's great to see a clean and correct presentation of the 289 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. The dark inner walls funnel your attention to quite a vibrant blue on the block, valve covers, and large air grabber w/callout. This is the exact kind of motor you want in a car like this. It's a smooth runner that provides good cruising power. And features like the three-speed automatic transmission and power steering make it an easy driver. So you have a sharp-looking classic that was built to cruise.
Complete with owner's manual, this is a very vintage Mustang that enjoys its premium distinction. So if you want a true pony car cruiser, call today!
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