800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible is a cool restomod with modern vibrant paint, a loaded A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, four-on-the-floor, a freshly rebuilt V8, and much more. So when you want a classic that's both an instantly recognizable icon and absolutely distinct, you know you need to get to know this custom pony.
The Orange Crush paint instantly announces this one is something special. And with only about 650 miles on the full build, this color is both fresh and vibrant. It helps kick off a package that's pure custom cool with the full-length pinstriping, deleted badging, shaved door handles, and color-matched bumpers. Other parts are there to enhance the sporty look with a Shelby-style billet grille, hood pins, a hood scoop, GT-style dual exhaust, and 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. And Mustang lovers will also recognize the side scoops, integrated spoiler, and taillights inspired by the California Special.
The light tan roof has a cool look against the paint... it's almost like you're adding cream to your orange. And if you like the way this looks, then with a flip of a switch, you'll love to power the top down to reveal the full tan and orange interior. Just like the exterior, the low mileage means a fresh presentation. The plush carpeting, smooth dash, and custom door panels all look great. But we really love the upholstery. There's some great vintage distinction with the premium "Pony" package seats. And you'll notice that this has the rarely-seen front bench that still has a fold-down armrest for bucket-like comfort on demand. There are great modern upgrades in this restomod like an AM/FM tuner w/CD changer and cold-blowing air conditioning. Plus, you'll love the driver-oriented upgrades, like the sports steering wheel on a tilt column, Hurst shifter, and full digital gauges.
The engine bay has a thoughtful setup with smooth black inner fenders that really let the orange firewall and Monte Carl bar pop. At the heart is a freshly rebuilt 302 cubic-inch V8. It has a full Edelbrock upgraded suite with the four-barrel carburetor, Performer intake, air grabber, and finned valve covers. There's also an MSD distributor, upgraded pulleys, and headers feeding a rumbling dual exhaust. You take proper control over this powerhouse with the four-speed manual transmission. As you look underneath, the full fresh presentation extends to the bushings, and so you have extra confidence on the road. And four-wheel power brakes and modern sport tires add to this poised feeling.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and restoration photos. This is the sleek and fresh restomod that loves to show off its history while also being unique and modern. Call now!
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