Current Auction: Sun Valley Auction 2016 on September 3rd, 2016
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Beautifully Restored 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible finished in Light Blue Metallic with Blue Soft Top, over an impeccable Silver-Blue Interior. Rebuilt 289 Cubic Inch V8 Engine. Upgraded 5-Speed Manual Trans. Wood Rim Steering Wheel. Trunk Mounted Luggage Rack. GT Wheels. GT Exhaust Tips. New Flowmaster Dual Exhaust. New Power Top. New subframe connectors. Traction bars. New front disc brakes. You either have had one, or have always wanted one - Well here it is, the original pony car. Well-kept V8-powered first-generation Mustangs are becoming increasingly hard to come by. If a high-value collectible Mustang at an affordable price is what you're after, then look no further -- here is your chance to drive a piece of history. This convertible Mustang is a superb and highly original first-generation example of a rare American icon. This example runs and drives excellently, and will be a fantastic addition to any collection. Ready to show, drive, and enjoy today.
This beautiful '66 Convertible Mustang presents in outstanding condition throughout and looks very much like it did when built over 50 years ago. The interior of this Mustang is excellent throughout - Dash, seat coverings, panels and trim, carpeting and glass all are in fantastic condition. Under the hood of this example is arguably the most desired engine choice, a 289ci V8 engine. The engine is paired with an upgraded five-speed manual transmission. This Mustang has benefited from a recent professional restoration. Body panels are arrow-straight with near-perfect alignment and gaps. The light blue metallic paint shines deep and clear. The new blue convertible top is in excellent condition and blemish free. It is additionally fitted with a trunk mounted luggage rack and includes a boot cover. The car rides on 14" GT wheels
After being introduced for the 1965 model year, the Ford Mustang had very quickly become the apple of the sports car world's eye, with sales dwarfing virtually every competitor and spawning a number of variants. The Mustang's wild popularity can be attributed to styling and performance, but also due to the wide variety of configurations available to the general public. For the 1966 model year, three different body styles -- fastback, hardtop coupe, or convertible -- were available with four different engine and four different transmission choices! There was something for virtually everyone - from convertible with a six-cylinder engine and automatic transmission for cruising to a performance fastback with a high-performance V8 and four-speed manual.