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FORD MUSTANG 2+2 FASTBACK 1966

General Information

Category Restored / Daily Driver / Show
Make Ford
Model Mustang 2+2 Fastback
Body Style 2-dr Fastback Sport Coupe
Price $82,900

Engine Specs

Engine & Transmission Specs Ford Windsor Small Block
Engine Type 4.7L 289cui V8
Transmission C4 3-spd floor-shift automatic

Additional Information

Length 4.69m (15' 4")
Weight 1335kgs (2937lbs)
Fuel Capacity 61 ltrs
Exterior Colour Silver Blue Metallic
Interior Colour Black
VIN 6RO9C143746

Car Description

1966 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback C-code powered by a 4.7L V8 289cui Ford Windsor engine and driven by a C4 3-spd floor-shift automatic transmission.

               Rust Free Californian Car
               Power Steering
               Power Assisted Brakes
               ‘Wilwood’ 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
               Cowl Hood
               Torque Thrust Alloys

In 1966, the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane went into service, the final episode of the Dick Van Dyke Show aired, and it was the last year Ford offered the original Mustang Fastback, before the 1967 model year changeover, which featured a slightly revised version. Although the Mustang had a stellar year in sales, the Fastback, which had been wildly popular, experienced a 50-percent decrease in sales over the previous model year. In all, only 35,000 Mustang Fastbacks were produced in 1966, making this model highly sought after by Mustang collectors.

For 1966, the Fastback featured a redesigned grille, new instrument cluster, and newly styled wheels. At the time, Ford touted exterior styling features, of the Fastback, such as a unique roofline with swept back appearance, functional air vents in the roof’s rear quarters, and a large rear window integrated into the curvature of the roof’s sheet metal. Tinted glass in the rear was standard. On the inside, Ford offered a five-dial instrument cluster with fuel, oil pressure, amps, and engine temperature gauges. In addition to a rear folding seat, the Fastback models included door-operated courtesy lights, a large panel mounted ashtray, and a choice of 5 different all-vinyl trims: black, red, blue, aqua, and parchment. One of the most distinctive features of the 1966 Fastback Mustang is the car’s exit vents which work with the vehicle’s fully-functional silent-flo interior ventilation system.

This is a beautifully presented Fastback is shown in Silver Blue Metallic which features many upgrades including Wilwood power assisted 4-wheel disc brakes, a cowl hood and an Eleanor style front bumper clip.

This is a rust free Californian car and an awesome car to own, drive and show.

Please find below a video link to this car running:-

 

 

Features & Options

  • 4.7L V8 289cui Ford Windsor ‘C-code’ small block engine
  • C4 3-spd floor-shift automatic transmission
  • 4-barrel carburetor
  • Power steering
  • Power assisted 4-wheel ‘Wilwood’ disc brakes
  • Dual exhaust system
  • Cowl hood
  • Original Ford AM radio
  • American ‘Torque-Thrust’ 15″ alloy wheels
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$82,900 FORD MUSTANG 2+2 FASTBACK 1966

Car Description

1966 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback C-code powered by a 4.7L V8 289cui Ford Windsor engine and driven by a C4 3-spd floor-shift automatic transmission.

               Rust Free Californian Car
               Power Steering
               Power Assisted Brakes
               ‘Wilwood’ 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
               Cowl Hood
               Torque Thrust Alloys

In 1966, the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane went into service, the final episode of the Dick Van Dyke Show aired, and it was the last year Ford offered the original Mustang Fastback, before the 1967 model year changeover, which featured a slightly revised version. Although the Mustang had a stellar year in sales, the Fastback, which had been wildly popular, experienced a 50-percent decrease in sales over the previous model year. In all, only 35,000 Mustang Fastbacks were produced in 1966, making this model highly sought after by Mustang collectors.

For 1966, the Fastback featured a redesigned grille, new instrument cluster, and newly styled wheels. At the time, Ford touted exterior styling features, of the Fastback, such as a unique roofline with swept back appearance, functional air vents in the roof’s rear quarters, and a large rear window integrated into the curvature of the roof’s sheet metal. Tinted glass in the rear was standard. On the inside, Ford offered a five-dial instrument cluster with fuel, oil pressure, amps, and engine temperature gauges. In addition to a rear folding seat, the Fastback models included door-operated courtesy lights, a large panel mounted ashtray, and a choice of 5 different all-vinyl trims: black, red, blue, aqua, and parchment. One of the most distinctive features of the 1966 Fastback Mustang is the car’s exit vents which work with the vehicle’s fully-functional silent-flo interior ventilation system.

This is a beautifully presented Fastback is shown in Silver Blue Metallic which features many upgrades including Wilwood power assisted 4-wheel disc brakes, a cowl hood and an Eleanor style front bumper clip.

This is a rust free Californian car and an awesome car to own, drive and show.

Please find below a video link to this car running:-

 

 

Features & Options

  • 4.7L V8 289cui Ford Windsor ‘C-code’ small block engine
  • C4 3-spd floor-shift automatic transmission
  • 4-barrel carburetor
  • Power steering
  • Power assisted 4-wheel ‘Wilwood’ disc brakes
  • Dual exhaust system
  • Cowl hood
  • Original Ford AM radio
  • American ‘Torque-Thrust’ 15″ alloy wheels

General Information

Category: Restored / Daily Driver / Show
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang 2+2 Fastback
Body Style: 2-dr Fastback Sport Coupe
Price: $82,900

Engine & Transmission Specs

Engine: Ford Windsor Small Block
Engine Type: 4.7L 289cui V8
Transmission: C4 3-spd floor-shift automatic

Additional Information

Length: 4.69m (15' 4")
Weight: 1335kgs (2937lbs)
Fuel Capacity: 61 ltrs
Exterior Colour: Silver Blue Metallic
Interior Colour: Black
VIN: 6RO9C143746
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