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1966 Ford Mustang

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: Coupe
Trim: GT
Year: 1966
Mileage: 41,000
VIN: 6R07A136480
Color: Black
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 4 Speed
Drive type: 4 Speed
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Tucson, Arizona, United States

Description for Ford Mustang 1966

This is a 1966 Ford Mustang (real) GT 4 speed survivor (A-Code 225 hp) with complete matching numbers. unrestored. rust free. an original DSO51 Denver car then on to Arizona with 41k miles. Factory date coded body panels with nice gaps and doors that shut very nicely. Clean. rust free trunk. undercarriage and frame; no accidents or repairs. All original chrome and bezels with stainless trim is very nice. Correct Raven Black with one repaint on nice. straight. original body…not show. Complete original glass with windows that roll up and down smoothly. Original. Deluxe interior is in excellent condition with new carpet and dash pad. All gauges and Rally Pack. including clock and radio. are in working order. New correct dual exhaust with correct Trumpet Tips (GT). The radiator is original and re-cored (date coded). The original carburetor has been restored and works great. This is a loaded GT Survivor Car with original wood steering wheel (horn works too). full console. interior original wood grain décor group (65B). styled steel wheels. front and rear seat seat belts (original date coded). padded visors. rear backup lights. fog lights (GT). (HCC-AX) quick ratio steering. remote mirror. front disc brakes (GT) (Special Handling Package GT) (13/16 swing bar front GT). original spare and jack. Approximately 1. 00 miles on complete engine overhaul. Runs like new! This survivor GT starts cold or hot very quickly and runs excellent. Overall. this is an exceptionally correct. well preserved. very reliable and always properly maintained 1966 Mustang GT Survivor that can be driven anywhere. Door Tag # reads: Body 65B. nbsp; Color A. nbsp; Trim 66. nbsp; Date 27L. nbsp; DSO51. nbsp; Axle 1. nbsp; Trans 5. PLEASE CALL ME DIRECT WITH ALL QUESTIONS. 520-603-5896. SEE ALL PHOTOS and See Imformative Fact Sheet Below. Is My 65-66 Mustang a GT? 1965-1966 Mustang GT Facts The following information on this page applies to 1965 and 1966 GT Mustangs only. This is a list of information that has been collected over the years. To the best of my/our knowledge. it is both true and correct. However. it is offered for informational purposes only with no guarantees. Hope you find this information valuable. Engine/Drivetrain: 1. There is no such thing as a 1964 1/2 GT. That means if your car has a generator. then it is not a GT. 2. All GTs had 4 barrel carburetors. This means your engine code in the V. I. N. had to be: a . A=289 4v b. K=289 Hi-po 3. All 1965 "K" code GTs had manual transmissions. 1965 "A" code GTs could have been automatic or manual. All 1966 GTs could have been automatic or manual. Suspension: 1. All GTs were equipped with the special handling package which consisted of: a. Stiffer Springs b. Heavy Duty Shocks c. 13/16" Front Sway Bar d. Quick Ratio Steering Box (Code: HCC-AX for Manual Steering and HCC-AW for Power Steering) Interior: 1. Instrument panel would have included the gauges instead of the "idiot" lamps: a. 65 - this would have been an upgrade option. b. 66 - all cars had gauges. 2. 1965 GTs had a unique amp gauge with a pass through amperage sensor. This is different than the standard 1965 Mustang amp gauge. All 1966 Mustangs have the same amp gauge that receives a charge/discharge signal from the voltage regulator. 3. There were two different sets of instrument bezels and glove box doors that came on 1965 and 1966 Mustang GTs: a. IB2 and GBD2 came on all 65-66 Mustangs with Deluxe Interior. b. IB3 and GBD1 came on all 65-66 GTs with Standard Interior. 4. When the fog light switch is activated on a GT. the rear taillights will also turn on. Aftermarket fog light switches and wiring harnesses do not accommodate this feature. 5. GT’s include a relay with constant power mounted on a tab near the support brace for the brake pedal. Brakes: 1. Originally equipped with front disc brakes. 2. Requires a proportioning valve. 3. Because of the dual exhaust. the rear brake hose mounts in a higher location in the arch of the axle housing then the single exhaust. This is to prevent the rear brake hose from being burned by the exhaust pipe. 4. Mustangs with disc brakes had a much larger master cylinder then those with drum brakes. The pictures show the difference between the two master cylinders. exhaust: I. Dual exhaust was standard and exited the rear of the car through the rear valance. 2. There are reinforcing plates for the exhaust hanger studs on each side of the tunnel under the rear seat floor pan. 3. There are two bolt holes punched through the rear end of the rear frame rails. They are for the exhaust hanger brackets that support the trumpets on each side of the car. These holes can not be drilled after the car is welded together because the trunk floor is in the way. 4. The rear frame rails also have a "U" shaped reinforcement piece inside the frame rail where the holes or the rear exhaust hangers are. This reinforcement can be felt by placing your shortest finger in the rear aIignment hole in the frame rail and tipping it rearward. 5. The rear brake hose body hanger was moved from the top of the driveshaft tunnel to vertical section of the rear floor (drivers side). between the rear exhaust hanger holes and the frame rail. There is a vertical and horizontal indention in the vertical floor section to identify the correct placement. exterior: 1. "GT" emblems are mounted on each of the front fenders and the running horse emblems were deleted. 2. Individual "M U S TAN G" pin letters are located in a stripe that runs along the lower rocker panel. 3. 1966 Mustang GTs came with a "GT" logo gas cap. 4. Rocker panel moldings are excluded. 5. Fog lights are standard. 6. The holes in the radiator support for the fog lights are punched through the support. not drilled. therefore. if the fog lights are factory installed. there should be a lip on the hole in the radiator support. not a clean drilled hole. 7. Chrome hood moldings are standard: a. 65 - this would have been an upgrade option. b. 66 - all cars had hood moldings. TERMS OF SALE:Buyer pays and arranges for all shipping and fees connected with such. Winning bidder must contact me within 12 hours of the close of the auction to confirm purchase. payment and shipping details. Accepted forms of payment are Bank wire transfer or certified bank check (U. S. Funds only) I will only accept Bank wire transfer from bidders with “0” or “-1” Ebay Feedback. Vehicle is sold “As Is/Where Is” with no guarantees or warranty. Title transfers upon receipt and clearance of all funds Please call me direct at 520-603-5896 with any questions. I’m not real good at texting or emailing. 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