SHELBY STYLE FIBERGLASS HOOD, NEW INTERIOR, 302CI MOTOR, GOOD/CLEAN FASTBACK
There's nothing better than a red 1966 Ford Mustang fastback... unless it has been given some nice, but Ford correct, upgrades and offered at an affordable price.
You know from looking around at Mustangs that the 2+2 fastback holds its value the best. After all, it was the style that looked like it had the most gallop in all of the pony car crowd, and it was the only one Carroll Shelby used to debut the GT350. Speaking of the Shelby Mustang, we know you've definitely noticed the upgrade to the snake-bitten fiberglass hood with hood pins and the scoop. It gives this racy fastback a cool connection to the GT350, and helps establish a personality all its own. That's what makes this coupe so great. You get the shine of a new bright red paint, exceptionally straight bodywork, and mirror-like chrome that all make the first generation Mustang an icon. But just like the hood, this one has plenty of ways to standout in an already very distinguished crowd.
This special feeling continues inside. A pristine black interior is always desirable in a classic, and this one really goes the extra mile. It's been treated to new components, so the seat look crisp; the door panels feel confident as you pull them closed; and the red carpet is a bold standout that makes this Mustang feel sporty. You sit behind the black and chrome three-spoke steering wheel, rest you hand on the chrome shifter, and look out at the full round gauge panel - this is true classic motoring. And because everybody will want to go for a ride in your vintage fastback, you can keep them entertained with an AM/FM/cassette player that has a digital tuner for easy integration for modern music players. But when you're all alone we know your favorite soundtrack will come from the dual exhaust, because its rumble tells you there's something special under the hood.
The badges on the fender might say 289, but the engine bay keeps with this car's theme of upgrades. This one is powered by a 302 cubic-inch V8 motor, which is larger than anything you could get in a Mustang for 1966. The upgrades continue with the attention grabbing Edelbrock performance air cleaner and valve covers. What is a bit harder to spot are performance features like the Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and performance cam. The power is harnessed by the three-speed automatic transmission that feeds the limited slip rear end. Plus, another subtle upgrade lies behind those retro-cool factory hubcaps where there is the modern grip of Hankook Optimo tires.
This always in demand fastback has all the right features to be more aggressive without losing that original pony car spirit. You already know how affordable this upgraded Mustang is compared to the other 2+2s out there, so you might want to hurry up before it's gone. Call today!!!
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