800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1966 Ford Mustang has distinction from the first impression. And as you dig into the details, like the awesome color combo, upgraded V8 power, and stick-shift control, you'll see someone invested nicely in balancing a classic appearance while also adding some worthwhile upgrades.
We know why this one first caught your attention. It's the paint package. Red and black Mustangs are great for aggression, but this goes in a different direction. Glowing gold paint with a white vinyl top is a sophisticated kind of distinction. Since this color stays close to the factory original Antique Bronze, this one has always had a noteworthy appearance. Nice body panels, good gaps, and shining brightwork add to this coupe's upper-class distinction. Plus, the addition of American Racing Torq Thrust wheels add flair in the right period-correct way.
The factory-correct black interior feels fresh from a recent investment. The plush carpeting, crisp door panels, and taut black vinyl on the bucket seats all make this a nice place to spend some. There's a great classic look everywhere you look, right down to the correct AM radio that's still on display. Part of the allure of a Mustang is that it's a driver's machine. You get that feeling nicely from the wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, round gauge package, and stick shift that's just calling out to your right hand.
More signs of a solid investment are seen when you open the hood. Ford's 289 cubic-inch V8 looks great with its bold blue block, shining finned valve covers, and matching air topper all within the tidy engine bay. More than just look good, this sturdy V8 has performance upgrades like a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Assault aluminum intake. Plus, there's the right supporting components like a newer fuel tank and a large aluminum radiator with electric fan to help keep this V8 cool. This is strong-running motor, and the so it's great to have a coupe that really lets you feel the road. You even have driver-oriented features like the correct three-speed manual transmission and upgraded grippy Nitto ZR-rated tires.
This is even an original DSO 22 (Charlotte) car. So it's still selling out of its home district over half a century later! This is the coupe with a story to tell. Call now!
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