Inline 6 cylinder 200ci engine (rebuilt)
Automatic Transmission (rebuilt)
Front Disc Brakes
Aspen Sprint Mag Wheels
Air Conditioning (blows cold)
Tinted Rear windows
New fuel tank, sender, filler hose and neck
Replace lower control arms, strut rod bushings
Replace four tie rod ends & centerlink
Front end alignment
215/60R15 nearly new tires
Kenwood KDC-MP438U Sound System
Original Pony Interior
Too many newer parts to list (receipts available)
Very nice and original 1966 Mustang with an inline 6 motor. Numbers matching, on original door tag and firewall. Stack of receipts (from 2004-present) total at $16k+, and recent work, in October at $3k.
This car has it's original interior including upgraded deluxe interior Pony package as shown on door tag. Also original is the car's radio, carpet, seat belts front and rear, steering wheel, and possibly headliner.
Interior code: 67A = Light Aqua and White Crinkle Vinyl
Exterior Color: M = Wimbledon White
I've been driving her at least 3x/week for the last few months, and she's garage kept.
Recent work to suspension, fuel system, starter, all within a few thousand miles. Engine and Transmission, were both rebuilt, with receipts to prove. Less than 10k miles since 2010, per receipts. New tires, working air conditioning blows cold, original stereo, newer stereo in glove box with remote, center cup holder/armrest, front disc brakes, HID headlights, the list goes on.
Price is firm as I have a recent $3k receipt from Mustang Fever in Santa Clara, she's ready to go!! I also have a stack of receipts since 2004, totaling over $16k with the rebuilt motor and trans, disc brake conversion, etc.
Bring your mechanic, bring cash, but do not waste my time. Again, price is firm. I lowered the price recently!
Car runs and drives excellent. No issues on the freeway or above 65 mph. She sips gas, and gets thumbs up wherever I go.
The doors close nicely, and the gaps on the doors are excellent.
Only issues are two tiny spots of rust near the back window, that can easily be addressed, a tiny bit of paint bubbling near the driver door at the front bottom, and no power steering, which makes it a bit tough to park at first. You can upgrade it to power steering for about $1k in parts.
NOT a Camaro, Dodge, Chevy, Nova, muscle car, cruiser, classic, fastback, Bel-air, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 1964, she's a 1966!! 🙃
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers