1966 Ford Mustang Convertible 2017-06-08T10:26:41+00:00

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OVERVIEW

Few things are more exhilarating than spending some time on the open road with the wind in your hair. And few cars offer a more authentic open air experience than a vintage Ford Mustang. This 1966 Mustang is an American icon. It delivered the finest open-air motor vehicle of its time and still gives more modern convertibles a run for their money.

Where our 1967 Mustang GT Fastback is a pure performance machine, this 1966 Mustang convertible is more luxe. It’s softer sprung, more comfortable and something you wouldn’t hesitate driving for a few hundred miles — and this is something you want to do every time you step into it. The plush interior and supple suspension help you to glide effortlessly down the highway as the V8 engine happily pushes you along. It offers the power you need when beckoned, yet tames the wild stallion nature of its performance-oriented stable mate.

The thin-rimmed steering wheel offers power assistance, allowing you to guide the Mustang around corners with confidence. It’s a relatively effortless car to drive, really. Perfectly suited to gobbling up miles as you putt around town or as you cruise to the beach, there’s plenty of room. It can easily handle a drive with you and three of your buddies or provide a grin inducing experience for young children. The trunk will easily swallow a set of golf clubs, a weekends worth of cabin gear or the latest haul from your favorite boutique. The Mustang will get you wherever you need to go and it’ll do so with flair.

There’s a certain air about the Mustang. It’s capable not just as a car, but as a statement. It’s equally at home cruising down the highway, loafing along down Main Street or cruising around the lake. It’s more than just a pretty piece of automotive jewelry. While it may not be ideally suited for blasting from stoplight to stoplight in a cloud of tire smoke, there’s something about the Mustang that makes you feel like it’s capable of anything.

The Mustang is a surprisingly well-rounded automobile and one that you should experience at least once in this lifetime.

OVERVIEW

Few things are more exhilarating than spending some time on the open road with the wind in your hair. And few cars offer a more authentic open air experience than a vintage Ford Mustang. This 1966 Mustang is an American icon. It delivered the finest open-air motor vehicle of its time and still gives more modern convertibles a run for their money.

Where our 1967 Mustang GT Fastback is a pure performance machine, this 1966 Mustang convertible is more luxe. It’s softer sprung, more comfortable and something you wouldn’t hesitate driving for a few hundred miles — and this is something you want to do every time you step into it. The plush interior and supple suspension help you to glide effortlessly down the highway as the V8 engine happily pushes you along. It offers the power you need when beckoned, yet tames the wild stallion nature of its performance-oriented stable mate.

The thin-rimmed steering wheel offers power assistance, allowing you to guide the Mustang around corners with confidence. It’s a relatively effortless car to drive, really. Perfectly suited to gobbling up miles as you putt around town or as you cruise to the beach, there’s plenty of room. It can easily handle a drive with you and three of your buddies or provide a grin inducing experience for young children. The trunk will easily swallow a set of golf clubs, a weekends worth of cabin gear or the latest haul from your favorite boutique. The Mustang will get you wherever you need to go and it’ll do so with flair.

There’s a certain air about the Mustang. It’s capable not just as a car, but as a statement. It’s equally at home cruising down the highway, loafing along down Main Street or cruising around the lake. It’s more than just a pretty piece of automotive jewelry. While it may not be ideally suited for blasting from stoplight to stoplight in a cloud of tire smoke, there’s something about the Mustang that makes you feel like it’s capable of anything.

The Mustang is a surprisingly well-rounded automobile and one that you should experience at least once in this lifetime.

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A LOOK IN THE REAR VIEW

The original Mustang galloped into the automotive scene in 1964. It was offered with an initial price of $2,368. This got you a hardtop with a straight six, a three-speed manual and the longest list of options Detroit had ever offered. Ford dealerships were inundated with interested customers. In fact, the demand was so high that 22,000 Mustang orders were placed the first day it was made available. The Mustang was more than a car. It was a phenomenon!

With the Mustang Ford defined the pony car – cars that were relatively small, relatively light and packing impressive power. Its success was largely due to it’s mass appeal and European influenced styling that was unlike anything on the market at that time. It was made to suit the tastes of a wide range of individuals, with a base model, performance model and even a luxury model available. It came as a convertible, a hardtop or a convertible.

In its 50 years of existence few cars have had an impact on pop culture like the Mustang has. It’s been in hundreds of films. From Goldfinger to Steve McQueen’s Bullitt to a starring role in both old and new Gone in Sixty Seconds. It was Farrah Fawcett’s driver in Charlie’s Angels and a prominent fixture of Vanilla Ice’s music.

After 50 years the Mustang is still galloping strong. Ford has sold over 9 millions versions. Nearly all of us have ridden in a Mustang. We all have a Mustang story. What’s yours?

A LOOK IN THE REAR VIEW

The original Mustang galloped into the automotive scene in 1964. It was offered with an initial price of $2,368. This got you a hardtop with a straight six, a three-speed manual and the longest list of options Detroit had ever offered. Ford dealerships were inundated with interested customers. In fact, the demand was so high that 22,000 Mustang orders were placed the first day it was made available. The Mustang was more than a car. It was a phenomenon!

With the Mustang Ford defined the pony car – cars that were relatively small, relatively light and packing impressive power. Its success was largely due to it’s mass appeal and European influenced styling that was unlike anything on the market at that time. It was made to suit the tastes of a wide range of individuals, with a base model, performance model and even a luxury model available. It came as a convertible, a hardtop or a convertible.

In its 50 years of existence few cars have had an impact on pop culture like the Mustang has. It’s been in hundreds of films. From Goldfinger to Steve McQueen’s Bullitt to a starring role in both old and new Gone in Sixty Seconds. It was Farrah Fawcett’s driver in Charlie’s Angels and a prominent fixture of Vanilla Ice’s music.

After 50 years the Mustang is still galloping strong. Ford has sold over 9 millions versions. Nearly all of us have ridden in a Mustang. We all have a Mustang story. What’s yours?

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