1966 Ford Mustang Gt on 2040-cars
Wharton, New Jersey, United States
1966 Ford Mustang Fastback GT 350 Clone
Recently installed and still under manufacture warranty (Crate) Blueprint 302 Engine. Along with new Tires,
Exhaust, Manifolds and much much more. You will not find another Mustang that drives and looks this amazing. This
car has absolutely NO LEAKS!
The car had been partially restored and I have since brought it to similar specs of a GT. This is a GT
Clone, and (from what I know) the big differences between a Fastback and a GT Fastback is the 4 barrel carburetor,
front disc brakes and the fuel lines were routed different on the GT. I believe the GT also had the dual exhaust
The transmission has been rebuilt with 1,900 miles on it. The transmission shifts perfectly. There are absolutely
no issues with the way this car looks, drives or performs.
The car has the Borgeson power steering unit as well as pump. No leaks. The radiator is new as well and it is
aluminum. The car never overheats (like most classic cars). The front end is all brand new. The front Disc Brakes
new, Exhaust is new, the Tires and Rims, new, Magna Flow Dual Exhaust is new. Rear End, new, Leaf Springs new, Coil
Springs new. Drive Shaft is new.
There is NO Rust on this car.
The interior is new. It's the upgraded Pony Interior. I LOVE the white on Red with the black carpet. This is a
combination not seen often on this year mustang. The dash is an electronic style dash, in that it it looks analog
however the needles are accurate on the speedometer. I never liked the way the needle would jump while driving
under 30 mph. This is a BEAUTIFUL dash and the speedometer (Classic Instruments Electronic Fuel Gauge) is spot on
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Auto blogThu, 05 Dec 2013
J Mays, head of design at Ford, may be retiring from the company after 16 years, but not before showing the world his swan song: the 2015 Mustang. Ford officially revealed its new coupe and convertible to the public at events around the world on Thursday, including a live unveiling on ABC's Good Morning America, and Mays was in attendance at the automaker's home event in Dearborn, MI, which is where we caught up with him for a few words about his new baby.
"It's a joy" to design the Mustang, Mays told Autoblog, adding that this sixth-generation coupe is his "favorite design so far." Of course, the 2015 model takes cues from all of the generations that came before it, but Mays said it was important to edit down the specific elements from previous models, leaving just enough off to let the customer "participate and fill in the blanks."
"If it doesn't sell itself, you probably aren't a Mustang fan."
We're sure that dealers must see all sorts of interesting trade ins, but this one may take the cake. Red River Chevrolet in Bossier City, Louisiana, recently had a customer come in with an odd request. Tina Boyter wanted to trade in three vehicles on a brand-new 2013 Chevy Corvette. Among the hardware was 1980 Corvette, a 1978 Cadillac Eldorado and a 1914 Ford Model T. While the '80 Corvette had been her personal car for years, the '78 Eldorado had belonged to Boyter's mother before she traded up to a Lincoln. The big Caddy had just 10,290 miles on the clock when it was traded in.
And the Model T? Boyter says the car was built as a racer by Ford, and that it had been a show winner for years when it belonged to her father. But, after spending the last 16 years in a museum with its fluids drained, Boyter decided it was time to shed some of the past. She walked into the dealer, laid eyes on a white 2LT Corvette with a red interior and offered to trade all three of the vehicles in on the sports car.
Why not wait for the C7? "I fell in love with that one when I walked in the door," She said. We can't fault her there.
Typically when an automaker rolls out a concept car or pre-production prototype, it does its tour and then disappears into the company's archives. Maybe it will be displayed for the public to see in the company's own museum or maybe it will spend most of its time under covers in a warehouse somewhere, but every once in a while, an automaker will open up its history and start selling off its concept cars. For Shelby American, "once in a while" has just rolled around.
The House that Carroll Built is moving from its previous headquarters at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to a new facility off of the Las Vegas strip, and in the process is liquidating fourteen of the rarest cars in its collection. That presents a tremendous opportunity for muscle car collectors to bring one or more of these snakes home.
As you might expect, the catalog is composed mostly of Mustangs, but not exclusively. There's a pair of 289 Cobras: the last of the 50th anniversary slab-sided continuation cars and an original development vehicle, offered at $200,000 apiece. At the other end of the spectrum you'll find the 2013 Shelby Raptor concept for $125k and Focus concept for $50k. And of course there are the Mustangs.