This one looks just as if it stepped right out of 1966. Coyote Classics is more than happy to present this 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible for your consideration! This '66 has plenty of options that make it a desirable cruiser, with a convertible top, an automatic transmission and reliable V8 power. In the summer of 1964, Ford introduced the Mustang, which then initiated the 'Pony Car" segment of the car market characterized by distinctive characteristics of a long hood and short deck. The introduction of the car proved to be immensely popular, provoking a whole host of competition from cross-town rivals such as GM and Chrysler. The standard interior features of the 1966 Mustang included adjustable driver and passenger bucket seats, an AM radio, and a floor-mounted shifter in a variety of color options. This Mustang comes equipped with a standard "C" code 289 C.I. V8 breathing through a 2-barrel carburetor. Torque from that 289 gets to the pavement through the use of a 3-speed automatic transmission, good for seamless power delivery. The red exterior paint glimmers nicely in the sun, and looks good paired with the white convertible top and white decal accenting pinstripes. The interior is just as nice, with the "Deluxe Interior Pony" group. With red vinyl trim and woodgrain accents, this '66 Mustang will make sure that you're seen in style. Options fitted to this Ford drop-top include power steering, front disc brakes, a deluxe center console, GT fog lights, an AM pushbutton radio, a heater + defroster, a remote driver's-side mirror, seatbelts, electric wipers, and a nice-sounding single exhaust system. The car rides on some great-looking factory style Mustang steel wheels on some factory-spec whitewall tires that really complete the vintage Mustang look. This '66 runs and drives even better than it looks, and is just waiting to give its next owner a cruise back in time to the mid-1960s!
VIN decodes as follows:
6: 1966 model year
F: Dearborn, Michigan Ford Assembly Plant, U.S.A.
08: Mustang 2-door convertible
C: 289 C.I. V8, 2-barrel carburetor
382145: Sequence number; 282,144th 1966 Mustang built at Dearborn Assembly