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  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: 2+2
  • Type: Other
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1966
  • Mileage: 35,853
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: Ford Racing 363 Stroker V8
  • Power options: Air conditioning
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Local pick-up only


Did you ever want to date the model on the cover of the magazine? Well now you can own one! This show-stopping 1966 Ford Mustang 2+2 fastback is a stunning restomod that is so unique and powerful that it cannot escape the spotlight.Yes, that Candy Apple Red really is dripping with as much shine as these pictures suggest. That's why this fastback is the darling of so many publications, including a cover car for Mustangs & Fords magazine. It was even a SEMA show car for Ford Racing! But the attraction to this one is more than just a huge investment in miles-deep paint. We all love a fastback coupe because it's the rarest of the Pony cars and has the best sheetmetal for showcasing the Mustang's performance. This one gets the details correct with the brightwork looking prestine on the bumpers, grille, and side mirrors. But this coupe goes one step further with expertly polished finer points like within the rear roof slats and even added in side scoop trim. So as you can see, this one shines better than any other Mustang you've ever known thanks to a gorgeous 3-stage paint job (candy over metallic). It even channels some of the GT350's style with the hood scoop and the offset pony emblem in the grille. This unique speed and shine package is all brought together by the Coys five-spoke wheels. Keen eyes have also probably notices the headlights have a little extra sparkle to them. That's because it has a LED trim package that's matched with LED taillights for a cool modern touch on this classic. But if you really want to understand what it takes to be a restomod, just open the door. Those TMI Sport-R seats have the great premium "Pony" package appearance touches, but those are vastly more comfortable modern bucket seats. In between them is a center console with a welcomed set of cup holders. As the driver, you'll love letting your left hand grab the classic three-spoke steering wheel, and the right one rest on the Hurst shifter. Beyond that is a full set of new AutoMeter gauges. Your passenger gets to admire all the celebrity signatures on the custom elm wood interior panels. And everyone gets to enjoy the convenience of modern R-134a air conditioning and a thumpin' AM/FM/CD stereo system with custom speakers mounted in the rear. But as great as that might sound, it's the exhaust system you want to hear the most.Pop the hood to see the awesome Ford Racing Z363 V8 with only 9,500 miles on it. As expected from the name, this fuel-injected stroker motor is displacing 363 cubic-inches, but that's far from the whole story. It's built with goodies like an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, Edelbrock Rolling Thunder camshaft, MSD ignition, and Hooker competition headers that connect to a Flowmaster dual exhaust with performance X-pipe construction. The whole package makes over 500 hp, and you better believe that exhaust rumble let's everyone know it. All this power gets to the road via a Tremec T5Z five-speed manual transmission on its way to the limited-slip Ford nine-nine rear end running a 3.75 ratio. Because power is nothing without control, this has been upgraded with a Street Bandit Racing front suspension, Unisteer rack & pinion power steering, and SSBC four-wheel disc brake package with low-profile Nexen tires at all four corners. It's not just the paint that makes this fastback so special. These pictures prove that from the engine bay to the undercarriage there is nothing but quality work that is worthy of taking home all the trophies. So the only question left is, which car magazine do you want to be on the cover of next? Call Today!!!