4610 Pet Lane
An attractive color package, proper V8 power, and a great sporty style make this 1966 Ford Mustang an all-around attractive pony car.
The fundamentals of this coupe give an impression of a well-respected classic. The chrome shines brightly, both doors shut solid, the hood lines up nicely, the weather-stripping appears newer, and the glass and lenses are clean. So it makes for an attractive hardtop from the first impression. Plus, there's the right look of sporty style. The factory-correct Candyapple Red was resprayed later in life to keep it vibrant. And the Mustang styled steel wheels and GT-style dual exhaust routed through the rear valence give this an extra touch of the speedy look.
A red interior keeps the sporty vibe going, and a proper red-on-red package is always a look of distinction. Plus, the seats and carpet have a deep color, and the headliner, door panels, and dash pad were all recently replaced. And while the appearance is quite vintage, the AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette and stereo speakers mean much more modern driving music. After all, a classic Mustang was made to be enjoyed. And the moment you feel that thin/classic grip of the three-spoke sports steering wheel, you'll get that tingle that makes you want to hit the road.
Under the hood is a classic blue block of a proper Ford V8. It's a great-looking setup with the classic air grabber, upgraded Cobra ribbed valve covers, and an overall tidy well-kept style. The hardy 289 cubic-inch motor inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. It exhales with a nice tune as the X-pipe dual exhaust feeds Flowmaster mufflers. This was made for you to enjoy, and that's why there are nice driving features, like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes w/discs upfront, and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, maintenance records, and build receipts. You're looking at the factory full-red classic that's ready to enjoy the road right now. Call today!!!
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