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1966 Convertible Mustang
Black Interior/Bucket Seats
This '66 Ford Mustang convertible is a great runner with sharp looks that has been lovingly cared for and garaged for decades. Originally Candy Apple Red, the car was painted Wimbledon White during it's complete restoration in 1990. At this time, the car had 95,000 original miles and the odometer was rolled to zero. Currently the odometer reads 28,323.
The paint still shines well as does the trim, and the convertible top is in great shape. The car looks amazing at all angles. Upon close inspection, it will show minor imperfections typical of a car that was restored 31 years ago, but overall the body is straight and it's an excellent driver condition.
The black interior presents well, no rips are tears are seen in the seats. The dashpad looks nice and the dash is complete, including an upgraded Alpine stereo system with 6 disc cd changer and 6 speakers that integrate nicely with impressive sound. The heater/fan and gauges all seem to work good as well, including the power convertible top.
The engine is 289ci V8 that starts up easily, idles smoothly and has great power. The transmission shifts great as it should and the car comes to a stop very quickly. As a bonus, this car is equipped with factory power steering, only making it more enjoyable to drive.
Much of the history in the last 18+ years has been documented with receipts:
1990 - Restored. 95,000 miles on frame/motor, odometer rolled to zero
2000 - 6-disc CD Changer with 6 speakers installed
2005 - Dual Exhaust installed
2008 - New gas tank, new shocks and new fuel pump
2009 - Brake work and new battery
2012 - New radiator hoses, spark plug wires, distributor and valve cover gaskets
2013 - New master cylinder
2015 - Rebuild carb, replace outer strut tower reinforcements
2017 - Replace p/s return line
2019 - New windshield and pillar (2) weather stripping
2021 - Oil/filter and air filter change
2021 - New battery
Please call us at 360 863 2241 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions!
For Washington State residents only, A documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or capitalized cost.
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