Ford Mustang 1966 vintage improved



Offered for sale on in an advertisement by a private owner in Crystal Lake, Illinois, is today’s pick, a 1966 Ford Mustang coupe that is said to have spent most of its life in southern Indiana and has been preserved, but with some nice improvements.

The car is presented in Sauterne Gold with a black vinyl roof and matching interior, and with a 289cid V8 engine. But the owner notes that the engine has been upgraded with a Holley Street Avenger Model 2300 carburetor, Pertronix coil and ignition system, as well as new wiring and Champion spark plugs.

The radiator, battery, air filter, fuel filter, muffler and wheel seals are also updated. The car runs on new Monroe shocks and the automatic transmission has a new oil pan.

“The body panels are solid metal and the previous paintwork is beautiful,” the seller reports. “Just one small wrinkle in the trunk panel at the left rear light, that didn’t bother me enough to repair.”

The seller declares to have replaced “The 3 bins on the ground, with an appropriate weld, then cover with the Dynamat Extreme acoustic mat. “

Interior parts such as the ‘retro’ bluetooth radio, new glove box, carpet and floor mats are also new.

“The Pony seats are new from the previous owner and are in perfect condition.

The seller notes the replacement of “the air box and air hoses so that the air is directed correctly for the dashboard and the floor.” The original air conditioning refurbishment includes paint cleaning, new chrome baffles and new condenser hoses.

The air conditioner does not work, “probably needs cooling or condenser replacement”.

“This car is almost perfect for a new owner to drive and take advantage or level up as you wish, ”adds the seller. “It’s a rare color combination that screams the ’60s. Well done everywhere we go.

The car is offered for $ 29,500. To view this list on, see Today’s Pick.


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