OWNERS NAME: Adrian Cicero
SUB MODEL: Coupe
BRIEF MANUFACTURER DETAILS AND SIGNIFICANT HISTORY OF CAR:
The 1966 Ford Mustang was a car that was still relatively new for its time, only first debuting in 1964. The car took off with an incredible popularity, even 2 years after its initial release. By 1966 though, Ford was releasing new changes in both performance and style. The car received new trims on the sides and all around, along with a revised version of the infamous “pony” emblem on the front grille of the car and on the side of the door. Aside from new stylistic changes, the ’66 Mustang came in many options, such as three total transmission options (3-speed, 4-speed, and the C4 automatic), three body options (coupe, convertible, and fastback), and four engine options (200 inline-6, 289 V8 2bbl, 289 V8 4bbl and 289 HiPo), making it anybody’s car. For these reasons, the 1966 Mustang is well known as Ford’s best selling Mustangs, totaling in at 607,000+ units sold.
BRIEF STORY OF THIS PARTICULAR VEHICLE:
This particular vehicle is a third owner vehicle, the second owner lived in Bradenton, FL, and the first owner lived in Arizona. The first owner sent the car to be repainted in San Jose, CA to its now springtime yellow color. Aside from the repaint, a replaced radiator, and replaced shocks, all mechanical components and chassis of the vehicle are original, with 64,000 original miles on it. The interior is mostly original, in what is essentially just a preserved state with a recently installed restomod bluetooth radio. Overall, it is a rust-free vehicle, but it is considered molested.