GT350 TRIBUTE, 347 V8, TCI C4 AUTO, PWR BRAKE, RUN/DRIVE GR8, TASTEFUL UPGRADES!
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1966 Ford Mustang GT350
Dressed to look like a Shelby and a GT, but with more power than either of those under the hood, this custom 1966 Ford Mustang is a seriously mean pony offered at quite an affordable price.
This is a very cool custom presentation of an icon. The paint black paint with gold stripes borrows the Shelby GT 350-H livery that we all love. Plus, the GT badging, fog lights in the grille, and dual exhaust tips poking out of the rear valance are all great Mustang GT touches we love. But as you look at the large power bulge in the lightweight fiberglass hood, and the bright Weld racing wheels with an aggressive stance, you soon know that this has enhanced performance substance to back up the sporty appearance.
Just like the exterior, the interior takes classic style and gives it some nice upgrades. For starters, you still get the same low-back bucket seat profile you love in an early Mustang, but they've been upgraded to more modern units with better bolstering. Plus, in-between them is an upgraded center console with an armrest and cup holders. Even the steering wheel has been upgraded to a cool wood and chrome unit with a pony etched in the center. That large AutoMeter AutoGauge tach with shift light that's boldly sitting on top of the dash is a nice indicator of something special in the engine bay even before you twist the key and hear it roar.
Open the hood to see a seriously aggressive 347 cubic-inch stroker V8. The etched valve covers, large air grabber, red plug wires, aluminum radiator, and Monte Carlo bar all give this the look of serious performance. As you dig deeper, you discover this V8 has been fortified for serious power. It includes 10.1 compression, roller rockers, solid lift cam, high capacity starter, and MSD ignition. It inhales deeply through a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as Hedman headers add even more power on their way through the rumbling Flowmaster dual exhaust. Handling all this extra power is a TCI Streetfighter C4 three-speed transmission with a 3,500 RPM torque converter and kickdown selector. It was installed less than a year ago, so you know it provides reliable and crisp shifts. Plus, you get nice features like disc brakes up front and wide Mickey Thompson tires in the back.
You're looking at a seriously quick pony car with a unique appearance and great upgrades. The sale even comes complete with build receipts and maintenance records. So when you get this much for such an affordable price, you know this deal won't last long. Call now!