After 55 years of production, there have been numerous Ford Mustang body styles to capture the hearts of automobile enthusiasts, but few, if any, are better than an early first-gen fastback. And with an assist from movie cars from Bullitt and Gone In 60 Seconds, this body style is one of the most desirable Mustangs ever.
As if the body style alone isn't eye-catching enough, this Mustang Fastback is painted in Signalflare Red with white accents for the racing stripes and side stripes. All of the exterior chrome, badges and lights look to be flawless, and speaking of chrome, the styled steel wheels are easily mistaken for polished mag wheels and they come wrapped in white-letter BFGoodrich tires. Overall, this Mustang would look great being driven around town or parked at a car show.
The inside of this Mustang is even nicer with a highly detailed Deluxe Pony Interior with embroidered seats and wood trim throughout the cabin, and this car also has the Mustang's Rally Pack consisting of a column-mounted clock and tachometer (although the listing says these are currently disconnected). The full center console is a nice, sporty touch, and it's hard to find any complaints about this Mustang's interior.
Complementing the sporty style, this 1966 Ford Mustang GT Fastback is powered by the Mustang's venerable 289 CID V8, and this engine is paired to a three-speed automatic transmission. To make this car an even better cruiser, Drager's recently added power steering!
When it comes to cool classic cars, they don't get any better than a bright red '66 Mustang Fastback that Drager's is currently selling for $39,500! Contact Drager's Classic Cars today for more information on this beautiful Mustang or any of the other classic and collector vehicles they have listed for sale.
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