Specs

Trans b
Transmission
4 Speed Automatic
Paint b
Exterior
Periwinkle
Key b
VIN
6F07T354417

Highlights

  • *Going to Greensboro Auto Auction**
  • 302 Jasper Engine
  • Rebuilt GoldCoast Transmission
  • Vintage Air
  • Fast fuel Injection
  • CCP front suspension (coils)
  • Front Disk Brakes
  • Vintage Air
  • Upgraded Radio
  • Racing Stripes

Description

Why is there no Price listed? WELL, on July 22, 2022, this vehicle is headed to the Greensboro Classic Car Auction and will be running NO RESERVE!! If you would like to bid on this vehicle, please (Copy and Paste) https://bid.gaaclassiccars.com/bidder-landing-page to your browser and sign up! If you have further questions on this vehicle please do not hesitate to contact us through e-mail o...

Why is there no Price listed? WELL, on July 22, 2022, this vehicle is headed to the Greensboro Classic Car Auction and will be running NO RESERVE!! If you would like to bid on this vehicle, please (Copy and Paste) https://bid.gaaclassiccars.com/bidder-landing-page to your browser and sign up! If you have further questions on this vehicle please do not hesitate to contact us through e-mail or at (954) 363-2261

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This 1966 Ford Mustang coupe is finished in lavender with black stripes over black vinyl upholstery and is powered by a replacement 302ci V8 paired with a three-speed automatic transmission. Modifications include a five-lug conversion, five-spoke 17″ wheels, CCP front suspension components, a hood scoop, LED taillights, Dakota Digital gauges, an MSD ignition module, and a FAST EZ-EFI system. Additional equipment includes chrome bumpers with guards, Vintage Air climate control, an aftermarket center console, and a Custom Autosound AM/FM radio.

The car was finished in Springtime Yellow from the factory and was repainted in its current shade of metallic lavender under prior ownership. Exterior details include a GT-style grille with fog lights, black over-the-top and lower side stripes, a hood scoop, LED taillights, and chrome bumpers, bumper guards, and moldings.

Five-spoke 17″ wheels are wrapped in 225/45 Winda WH16 tires. The car was converted to five-lug hubs and flanges under prior ownership, and braking is handled by front discs and rear drums. CCP tubular control arms and adjustable coilovers have been fitted up front, and the rear suspension utilizes leaf springs with coilover shocks.

The cabin features front bucket seats trimmed in black vinyl with perforated inserts along with a matching dash pad, center console, door panels, and carpets. Equipment includes an aftermarket center console with cup holders, Vintage Air climate control, a push-button Custom Autosound AM/FM radio, lap belts, and manual-crank windows. The headliner shows wear, and the windshield wiper switch does not deactivate the wipers if activated. The wood-rimmed steering wheel features a GT350 horn button and frames Dakota Digital instrumentation consisting of a 140-mph speedometer, an inset 8k-rpm tachometer, and auxiliary gauges for fuel level, voltage, coolant temperature, and oil pressure. The Dakota Digital speedometer has not yet been calibrated, and the odometer does not display mileage. Total chassis miles are unknown.

The replacement 302ci V8 was reportedly sourced from Jasper Engines and installed under previous ownership. Equipment includes a FAST EZ-EFI system, dual air intakes, an MSD distributor and ignition module, an aluminum radiator, an electric fan, and a serpentine accessory system. The fuel lines were replaced and multiple fluids were serviced recently. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a three-speed automatic transmission that is said to have been rebuilt since the selling dealer's acquisition. The kick-down cable is also reported to have been replaced.

Decoding the chassis number and data plate reveals the following information:

6 – 1966 production year
F – Dearborn, Michigan assembly plant
07 – Hardtop body style
T – 200ci inline-six
354417 – Sequential serial number
65A – Coupe w/Standard interior
8 – Springtime Yellow paint
26 – Black w/black trim interior
17E – May 17, 1966 build date
64 – New Orleans district sales office
3 – 3.20:1 rear axle
1 – Three-speed manual transmission

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