1966 Ford Mustang – Today’s Tempter

By: Alex Affat, Unique Cars magazine

An all-original rust-free Nevada car, V8 auto and clean inside and out

1966 Ford Mustang – Today’s Tempter
1966 Ford Mustang – Today’s Tempter

The Ford Mustang first arrived in 1964 with the first major redesign occurring in 1967.

It was an instant-hit, and transcended into an icon. It's a car that made personal sports cars both attainable, and desirable.

Through 1965 to 1966, the Mustang was largely the same save for minor trim changes, and packaging developments.

Ford’s Mustang was an instant hit, famously receiving 22,000 factory orders on the first day of launch, with almost 1.3 million cars produced in the first three years of manufacturing.

This 1966 Ford Mustang on sale today is originally an American-delivered car, found rust free in Nevada and still in its original left-hand drive configuration.

It looks to be in tremendous condition, finished in Sahara Beige and featuring a factory Windsor 289ci V8 and a three-speed auto. It has a rare bench seat, factory air-conditioning and the interior is in very good condition and free of tears or wrinkles and largely free of visible wear.

If you’re after a classic Mustang to keep in the shed for a sunny day’s drive, this car could represent excellent value.

It looks to be a turn-key proposition, and being a notchback – is significantly more affordable than the more-collected Fastbacks.

The car is based in Queensland, and is listed for $27,900.

You can check out the full listing here!


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