This 1966 Ford Mustang is a true vintage machine that highlights what you love about the first-gen pony car while also giving you some added style. The Dark Green Metallic keeps this coupe distinctive, and it's the factory-correct color. It was given a respray later in life so that the deep green also retains a glossy finish. Having a Mustang in a darker color not looks stylish, but it also allows the brightwork to stand out nicely. So the form-hugging chrome bumpers, fender vent trim, window trim, and galloping pony grille all are quite noticeable. And this one even has some sporty upgrades that still keep a classic feel. The triple rocker stripe contrasts the green in a similarly attractive way as the brightwork. And those American Racing Torq Thrust wheels have a vintage style, but their 17-inch size allows for more modern tires. The factory-correct black interior is the right color against the dark green exterior. The trim tag tells us this was born a deluxe ""Pony"" package car. So it always an extra of desirability to have the running horses embossed into the premium seats. The taut door panels, smooth dah pad, and nice headliner are all part of making sure the fundamental keep this looking good. The presentation is highly authentic, right down to the heat/defrost sliders and trunk mat. You'll especially appreciate details, like the working courtesy lights in the door, and they even kept the correct stock AM radio there on display. And pieces like the newer floor mats and wood-rimmed steering wheel fit in with this classic atmosphere while also giving you want you want in a driver's car. V8 Mustangs are always in-style, so it's great to see a correct and tidy presentation in this 289ci C-code coupe. The bold blue block, shining valve covers, and bright air grabber w/callout make sure this looks impressive from afar. And those who get closer will see well-done details with newer belts, hoses, wires, and even the correct decals. A stylish motor like this also proves that it was given the right kind of attention and proper care. So this V8 fires up readily, runs well, and makes a good tune out of the H-pipe dual exhaust. This is the kind of classic that wants you to feel the road, but it also has a smooth-shifting three-speed automatic transmission to help keep the journeys easy. Previous sales have even suggested that significant items like the motor and interior components could be original. There is no current evidence to verify this, but it all contributes to the larger idea of an interesting coupe that takes its iconic style and delivers an interesting mix of detailed nostalgia and useful upgrades. And the full package makes for a nice pony car classic. Call now!