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1966 Ford Mustang

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$14,000

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1966 Ford Mustang

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1966 Ford Mustang

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1966 Ford Mustang

High Bidder:  dwgeb

Auction Type:  Reserve

Winning Bid: $14,000 (USD)

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Chassis/VIN:

6R07T226989

Location:

Gladstone, Oregon

Odometer:

78,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

19117295

Engine:

200ci I6

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

Winning Bid: $14,000 (USD)

High Bidder:  dwgeb

Auction Type:  Reserve

Ends In:

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Chassis/VIN:

6R07T226989

Location:

Gladstone, Oregon

Odometer:

78,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

19117295

Engine:

200ci I6

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This 1966 Ford Mustang is an unrestored two-door hardtop coupe with a rust-free body, polished aluminum wheels, and a 200ci inline-6 mated to a C4 3-speed automatic transmission. It comes with power steering, fold-forward front bucket seats, a center console, and a rear bench seat. Finished in its original Candy Apple Red paint over a black vinyl interior, this first-generation Mustang is now offered by the selling dealer with a clear title.

The original Mustang pony car launched in the mid-1960s and rode on underpinnings shared with the compact Falcon. This rust-free Mustang coupe from 1966 is described as restoration-worthy and comes finished in its reportedly original Candy Apple Red (T) paint with brightwork accents for the bumpers, rocker moldings, window trim, and badging. The selling dealer presents it as a driver-grade survivor with a solid body and unblemished glass that make it a candidate for future cosmetic refurbishment.

Polished aluminum wheels are wrapped in BFGoodrich Radial T/A raised-white-letter tires. Steering is power-assisted.

The all-black interior (trim code 26) is fitted with vinyl fold-forward bucket front seats along with a matching rear bench seat, padded dash, vinyl door panels, and carpeting. According to the selling dealer, there are no rips or tears in the seats. Additional features include a console and a plaid vinyl trunk mat. As the photos in the gallery show, the B-pillar wrap is missing.

Instrumentation is comprised of a central 140-mph speedometer flanked by gauges for the fuel level, oil pressure, amps, and coolant temperature. The 5-digit mechanical odometer reads 78K miles, although true mileage on the chassis is unknown.

The Thriftpower 200ci inline-6 sends power to the rear wheels via a console-shifted C4 3-speed automatic transmission.

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Comments & Questions

March 24, 2022
10:27 AM

BID: $14,000

March 24, 2022
09:52 AM
Seller

@txmike – Hi Can you supply pictures of under carriage, with floor mat in trunk removed/pulled from edges and also the headliner? Are you referring to the photo where right rear above seat is missing when you say B-pillar? If so why was it not replaced? Comments on frame rail/rust etc are required. ...

Pictures of the undercarriage as well as a video of the trunk without matt on here. No rust issues on this beauty. This is a Pacific Northwest Car not exposed to salt.

March 24, 2022
09:18 AM

BID: $13,250

March 24, 2022
08:29 AM

BID: $13,000

March 24, 2022
07:05 AM
Bidder

No answer to my questions?

March 24, 2022
06:31 AM

BID: $12,000

March 24, 2022
05:31 AM

BID: $11,500

March 23, 2022
09:01 PM

BID: $10,750

March 23, 2022
06:10 PM

BID: $10,500

March 23, 2022
03:23 PM

BID: $10,000

March 23, 2022
07:34 AM

BID: $9,800

March 22, 2022
12:30 PM

BID: $9,500

March 21, 2022
08:00 PM

BID: $9,300

March 21, 2022
11:51 AM

BID: $9,200

March 19, 2022
08:24 AM

BID: $9,000

March 18, 2022
12:55 PM

BID: $8,200

March 18, 2022
06:30 AM

BID: $8,100

March 17, 2022
03:31 PM

BID: $8,000

March 17, 2022
02:49 PM

BID: $7,600

March 17, 2022
10:55 AM

BID: $7,500

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