Great things in life can sometimes happen with a little planning and the right execution, Want proof? Let's rewind the tape to the 60s. Ford knew the car market was moving from the large land yachts to something more compact. While it can take years to develop a vehicle that would eventually break the automotive world, the Mustang was thought of, designed, and built into a final working example in just 2 years. Lee Iacocca and his men had their work cut out for them. The Mustang was one for the history books and it's time you basked in all this glory with this 1966 Ford Mustang we have today. With a reported 45,592 miles on the clock what you get is an American legend in all its armor and one neat way to spend the weekend.
While each generation of the Mustang is iconic in its own right if you wanted a glimpse of the designer's original design the first generation is the way to go. The iconic first-generation design on this 1966 Ford Mustang is brought to life with a blue exterior. The car sports all its factory components and is in original shape except for Eagle aftermarket wheels which are reportedly wrapped around new tires. The black interior of this 1966 Ford Mustang is home to all its factory components. Looking at the dashboard, you would notice that every nickel component is present with even the original clusters looking fresh. While it's all original the aftermarket stereo positioned neatly in the middle is an acceptable upgrade to pump out some of your tunes when out and about.
A legendary car requires a legendary powerplant to live up to its name. In the whole 1964½ to 1966 model year fiasco, there were quite a lot of engine trims to pick from, you had your inline 6 engines geared to get the American family of the time to and fro, and if you wanted a bit more power, the V8s were on offer. This 1966 Ford Mustang sports the biggest V8 offering available at the time, under the hood, lies a 289ci (4.7L) V8 engine that when new was capable of pushing out an impressive 200hp. Power is sent to the car’s rear wheels through a 3-speed automatic transmission. This Mustang also sees a disc brake conversion that improves stopping power.
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