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1966 Ford Fairlane Unrestored 66 Gt 390 4speed #'s Matching Rust Free on 2040-cars

US $19,338.00
Year:1966 Mileage:82000 Color: Tan /
 Red
Location:

Round O, South Carolina, United States

Round O, South Carolina, United States

1966 Fairlane GT
#'s Matching S-code 390 4v, 4-speed
Wimbledon White w/ Red Deluxe interior

This is a very original 1966 Fairlane GT. This car is unrestored and original with the exception of one exterior
repaint. This is a high quality, rust free, correct, and numbers matching 1966 Fairlane GT. This car is a blast
to drive, but the best thing about this car is it retains all of its hard to find parts! This car has been
meticulously maintained and cared for, for the last 53 years. The paint finish is beautiful and shines excellent.
The original sheetmetal is strong and is rust free. The original red GT deluxe interior is impeccable and really
sets this car apart. The engine runs strong but is very smooth and easy to drive. The factory 4-speed is also
correct and shifts like new. The factory 3.25 rear gear is perfect to hit the open road and enjoy this car. If
you are in the market for a factory 4-speed 390 GT Fairlane, this car is hard to beat!
6- 1966
A- Assembly Plant Atlanta, GA
40- 2-door Hardtop GT Fairlane
S- 390 cubic inch V8 4-V 335 HP
63D- 2 door Fairlane GT Hardtop
M- Wimbledon White
85- Red Interior
24G- Date July 24 1966
24- Atlanta DSO
4- 3:25 Axle Ratio
5- 4-Speed Manual Transmission

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