800 Derita Road, Ste. A
A classic red 1966 Ford Mustang with some nice upgrades for power and usability make this quite attractive... and that's even before you see the value price.
A first-gen Mustang always looks good in red. After all, a coupe like this is what we imagine when we think of spending an evening at a classic car hop or having an open road adventure. This one fits that role quite well with body panels that fit nicely so you can see the crisp design. The chrome bumpers and whole trim package complete this look of Americana. You even have some nice sporty upgrades with the GT-style dual exhaust and Mag-style wheels with pony center caps.
The interior has the nice look of a premium classic. It starts with parchment interior, including the bucket seats with deluxe "pony" package embossed in the seatback. Plus, there's a well-integrated black on the carpeting and dash, and it also showcases more premium pieces like the deluxe door panels and center console. There are some nice driver upgrades, like the white-faced gauges and bold Linesracing steering wheel. The classic factory AM radio is still on display, so people will love the old-school look. But your real tunes come from an AM/FM/CD stereo mounted under the driver's side dash. This modern deck has everything from Bluetooth to a USB input to power your phone.
Under the hood is Ford's stout 289 cubic-inch V8. It looks nice with the bright valve covers, matching air topper, and bold plug wires. Plus, there's nice added power from the Holley four-barrel carburetor and Weiand Warrior intake. The V8 fires up nicely, and it makes a sweet sound out of the dual exhaust. With the three-speed automatic transmission and wide Cooper Cobra tires, it's easy to take this coupe out for some fun time exactly what a red Mustang is all about!
A true icon with some nice upgrades is available now for an obtainable price. Don't let this deal slip away. Call now!
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