1966 Ford Mustang GT A Code - Loaded AC/PS/Disc Brakes!
Up for sale is a 1966 Mustang GT A code coupe. This car may not look like a GT but after inspection all unique components listed for a real GT are present. The previous owner did not realize this car was very rare and unique car and just did a standard trim restoration. The car is even more interesting because it's an original bench seat A Code 4 speed car.
The car was restored a few years ago and still presents really nice with an upper end driver quality paint job that will hold it's own in any local car show or meetup. The bright work trim is in nice shape and shines really nice. The car has all original quarters and floors with not rust or filler.
The black interior is in great shape with a few components replaced and detailed. The factory bench seat still has it's original comfort weave cover with no rips or tears. All of the dash trim has been detailed and chrome components restored.
The Factory A code stands for V8 4 barrel. The cars engine is a clean running 289 with upgraded aluminum intake and 4 barrel Edelbrock carb. The car came factory with Kelsey Hayes Disc brakes with a unique GT proportioning valve which is still in the car and in good working condition. The wheels are the original factory GT wheels with newer raised white letter tires.
The current transmission configuration is a clean shifting C4 automatic which replaced the factory 4 speed. While inspecting the car we noticed their is still a clutch pedal tucked under the carpet. We went through the entire GT spec check list and all the unique to GT details prove it's a real GT, including the GT only exhaust mount holes in the rear frame rails which are still being utilized.
The car steers and drives really nice with rebuilt power steering components and misc suspension parts replaced. It even has set of old school air shocks in the rear and an upgraded front sway bar kit.
The electrical has been gone through and a new under dash harness has been installed. All the gauges except the amp gauge works as it should. Their is an aftermarket stereo system with door and rear deck speakers.
Leave it the way it is and enjoy the ride or add the GT grill and minor trim parts to bring it back to GT spec, your choice either way this is a really rare and cool ride. Check out the walk around video below, copy and paste the link into your url bar.