800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1966 Ford Mustang is a real-deal A-code car with four-on-the-floor. And since this goes for more of the sporty side of the pony car world, you'll love everything from the red-on-red appearance to all the GT-style upgrades.
Red Mustangs always instantly attract an audience. So it's great to find one that not only appears to have been born red, but there have been good investments along the way to keep shining and vibrant. It gives this coupe a sporty look that is continued with GT equipment, such as the fog lamps in the grille and dual trumpet-style exhaust pipes coming through the rear valence. Overall, fit and finish is quite good, making it the kind of car you want to drive around and show off. Chrome is bright, the stainless has been polished, and all the little trim pieces are in place, right down to the proper Mustang badges. In fact, the only modern upgrade you'll notice immediately are the shining 17-inch alloys, but they're the kind of addition that just goes so well with this coupe's bright personality.
This special feeling continues inside. A red interior keeps the sporty vibe going, and a proper red-on-red package is always a look of distinction. Plus, the seats, carpet, door panels, and dash have a quality look and feel. And while the appearance is quite vintage, the AM/FM/CD stereo means upgraded driving music. After all, a classic Mustang was made to be enjoyed. Your left hand is immediately attracted to the wood and chrome three-spoke sports steering wheel, and your right one will never want to leave the stick shift.
This is a real-deal A-code coupe, and so it's great to have a tidy engine bay to show off. It has the look of a quality car that has been given the right investments, and the way this 289 cubic-inch V8 fires up, idles, and runs, reaffirms that feeling. There are even the right upgrades to keep this a proper driver, like the Holley four-barrel carburetor and the thick aluminum radiator. This is the kind of Mustang that really wants you to feel the road, and when that's the kind of classic you want, then you'll also appreciate the control of the four-speed manual transmission and the added grip from the modern sport tires.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the kind of Mustang that will turn a few heads anywhere it goes. And since it's built to be a driver, you can really show it off everywhere. Call now!
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