It's not just the 1966 Ford Mustang fastback is one of the most desirable American classic around... It's that this one has been expertly restored with a stellar color combo, V8 power, and four-wheel disc brakes to deliver one of the most attractive icons you can find right now.
Raven Black is one of the coolest ways to represent this American icon. This dark glossy shine is the result of a solid investment in a restoration that's only a few years old. And you can also tell they made sure to have the best body panels before laying down the black. All of this work was absolutely worth it. After all, on the fastback body, this dark hue is the most intimating way to distinguish your Mustang from the friendlier pony cars out there. Plus, this one has all the right GT-style upgrades, including the fog lights in the grille, the badges on the fender, and trumpeted dual exhaust coming out the rear valance. We love how the red triple-rocker stripe coordinates so well with the double redline tires on styled steel wheels. So this really has the look of a proper and powerful fastback.
Just like the exterior, the interior has been given a solid investment to be the perfect mixture of vintage and upgrades. Fresh carpeting, taut panels, and the ultra-desirable premium "pony" package seats really present nicely. The red matches the exterior accenting for a great look inside and out. There's a nice vintage feel in everything from the wood/chrome steering wheel to the proper trunk mat. Even the premium details are great, like the center console and fold-down rear seat. But if you look close at the knob-style radio, you'll see it's an upgrade to a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with a hookup for you modern iPod. So that means you get the best in modern tunes for this very vintage ride.
Under the hood is a tidy engine bay with a bold Ford blue block, shining valve covers, and a matching air topper with callouts. Ford's 289 cubic-inch V8 has a stout reputation, and with a four-barrel carburetor on top, this one knows how to deliver good power. As you look through the whole engine bay, you'll find great additions like the Monte Carlo bar and Champion aluminum radiator to make this a driver's machine. Looking over the car even further, you're also going to spot fresh components and a four-wheel disc brakes upgrade to keep this pony feeling solid on the road. Add in power steering and a three-speed automatic transmission, and so you realize that this slick black pony was given the right tools to be easily shown off everywhere.
The Mustang fastback is a true in-demand icon, and this is one is down correct and ready to gallop right now. Act fast, this one will not last!
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