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1966 Ford Mustang

Winning Bid:
$23,200

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1966 Ford Mustang

Winning Bid: $23,200 (USD) by: durban

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Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

6T07T163530

Location:

Gilbert, Arizona

Odometer:

299,950 (Mi)

Lot Number:

5489824

Engine:

289ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

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Vehicle Story

This 1966 Ford Mustang coupe is a custom resto-mod that received a full professional repaint with airbrushing, aftermarket wheels, an upgraded suspension, and a replacement 289ci V8 that is paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Equipment includes a wood-rimmed steering wheel, dual exhaust system, and aftermarket air conditioning. Finished in blue metallic over a white vinyl interior, this Mustang is offered with a clear Arizona title in the seller’s name. 

A blue metallic respray was professionally applied under prior ownership, and custom accents include “Blue Eyes” airbrushed in light blue on rear of the car. The body is otherwise clad in chrome and a dual exhaust system is equipped with polished tips. 

Aftermarket 15” Scott Drake alloy wheels with Mustang center emblems in matching blue are wrapped in new BFGoodrich Radial T/A raised-white-letter tires. Handling and braking are managed by power steering, front discs, rear brake boosters, and an upgraded suspension. 

The interior is trimmed in reupholstered white vinyl over black carpet with a matching center console with dual cupholders and an integrated armrest. Amenities include aftermarket air conditioning, which is currently not working, and a Retro Sound head unit with Bluetooth and USB connectivity and rear platform-mounted speakers. The horn is not wired per the seller.

Instrumentation is framed by a 3-spoke, wood-rimmed steering wheel and consists of a 140-mph speedometer and gauges for fuel level, oil pressure, voltage, and coolant temperature. The 5-digit odometer shows approximately 30,500 miles, but true mileage is unknown.

The factory straight-6 was replaced with a 289ci V8 and currently has approximately 3k miles per the seller. Power is transferred to the rear wheels via a 4-speed automatic transmission with a floor-mounted shift lever.

Undercarriage photos can be found in the gallery.

The sale includes build receipts. 

 

AUTOHUNTER ADMIN UPDATE 4/1/21: The engine displacement has been corrected to 289 cubic inches

AUTOHUNTER ADMIN UPDATE 4/1/21: The transmission has been corrected to Automatic in the auction details section.

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Comments & Questions

April 05, 2021
07:34 AM
Seller

@winorbust – Back to the AC - where are the controls and the blower motor and housing? Why so much excess ducting under the dash? Has the AC ever worked. ...

The AC controls are to the right of the steering wheel. You can see them clearly in image 31. The blower motor and housing are under the glove compartment. I did not install the Vintage AC. It was put in by the previous owner. The AC was working just fine up until last Fall.

April 04, 2021
08:35 PM

why isnt this u to 30K already?

April 04, 2021
10:29 AM
Bidder

Back to the AC - where are the controls and the blower motor and housing? Why so much excess ducting under the dash? Has the AC ever worked.

April 02, 2021
03:07 PM
Seller

@Kennyh – Looks like pitman are hanging on. By athread. ...

I can assure you they are not. The car was converted over to power steering in January, 2019. New pitman arm and new gear box where installed at that time. I have the invoice to prove.

April 02, 2021
02:29 PM

Looks like pitman are hanging on. By athread.

April 02, 2021
11:12 AM
Seller

The mustangs air conditioning is not factory. It is a Vintage Air system.

April 02, 2021
11:04 AM
Bidder

This Mustang does not have factory air conditioning. It’s very obviously after-market and appears to be from Vintage Air. Where are the control knobs? And where is the blower assembly that’s usually visible under the dash, below the glove compartment.

March 31, 2021
05:59 PM

i found your web page a couple days ago. my name is jonathan from Panama. i like so much classic cars and actually a am looking for one. there is some doubst about the shipping. may u can help me. if i join in the auctions and i get the car, do you have shipping department to help me ??

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