A very clean example, residing with its current collector owner for approximately 5 years. The car has never seen a New England winter, and often was shipped enclosed to Florida for winter use. The car runs and drives nicely, with the automatic gearbox (2 and 3 speed option) shifting smoothly. It was recently taken on an hour trip to and from Lime Rock Park, and performed wonderfully. A period style, but modern radio has been fitted, and is perfect for highway cruising. The former owner stated the 6-cylinder engine and transmission had been recently rebuilt, but did not pass on any paperwork.
The paint work is in very nice condition, while some very discrete chips in the driver's door paint are shown in the pictures, as well as scrape on the lower side of the door (shown), and small chip beneath the rear bumper lid (shown).
The interior is very tidy, with clean carpeting protected by rubber Mustang floor mats. One small tear is noted in the passenger side rear of the headliner (shown). Glass is good all the way round, and the car is fitted with front and rear seatbelts. The 1966 owner's manual, and custom autosound stereo manual are present, as is the spare tire. Overall, a mechanically sorted Mustang in a gorgeous color combination, that attracts attention everywhere it goes.
This vehicle is being sold on Connecticut Q1 Bill of Sale, accompanied by a Connecticut registration. Connecticut is a no title state for antique and vintage automobiles.
World wide shipping available!!
This advert has now been removed through sale or otherwise, please see the list below for similar live adverts