1966 Ford Mustang GT

£20,702
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RM Sotheby's - Auburn Fall

AUCTION

4th Sep 2016

AUCTION DATE

1966 Ford Mustang GT

LOT DESCRIPTION

£20,702

PRICE GBP
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$27,500

PRICE USD
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CHASSIS NUMBER

€ 24,569

PRICE EUR
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ODOMETER
1966 Ford Mustang GT

This stunning 1966 Mustang GT is powered by a 289-cid V-8 engine that was rebuilt in 2002. Backing this powerful engine is a four-speed transmission with a Hurst shifter. This was rebuilt in 2003. The car has been updated with Edelbrock heads, aluminum intake, Shelby traction bars and a K-code Ford 9-inch rear differential. This Mustang is complete with factory air conditioning. The exterior is finished in Dark Highlander Green paint, which is complemented by beautiful chrome, new vinyl top, and Y-spoke chrome wheels. The interior is tailored with a new Pony interior, new stereo, Pony floor mats; and the Rally Pac is said to work. This Ford Mustang comes with to original window sticker, original dealers invoice from June 7, 1966, original owner’s manual, and a notebook of receipts and documentation of ownership. This is a fascinating car that is reported to run and drive strong.

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