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Some distinct upgrades to the iconic style means this 1966 Ford Mustang is already attractive even before you noticed the value price.
The first-gen Mustang has an unmistakable sporty look, and this one really knows how to showcase it. After all, the blue with white racing stripes is a similar take to what made the Shelby Cobras famous. And there's a nice gloss and metallic element in the blue. So it certainly gets noticed in the sunshine. Add in mirror-like chrome bumpers, compete trim, and upgraded 15-inch Weld Racing wheels, and this coupe really is a nice combination of shine and sporty.
The blue and white full theme continues inside. Plus, those who know these Mustang love the look of the premium "Pony" package that gives you the running horses embossed on the seatbacks. And while this has a nice classic style, right down to the full round gauge package, there are also some worthwhile upgrades. Your driving experience is elevated with a grippy wood-rimmed Grant sports steering wheel, and the cup holder center console keeps you extra comfortable. And the retro-style radio looks factory, but it gives you upgraded driving music with a modern AM/FM digital tuner.
Under this hood is Ford's 200 cubic-inch inline-six, which is correct for this T-code coupe. There are a few nice upgrades, like the bright air topper, matching valve covers, a sturdy plastic washer refill, and good hoses. Overall, it retains a stock and maintained look. That's good on a car like this, because the inline-six is a long-standing hardy Ford powerhouse. And you take full control of it with the three-speed manual transmission.
This is a true icon that has an added speedy look, cool interior, and terrific price. So you know you need to get your hands on this pony before it gallops out of our showroom. Call today!!!
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