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3 national listings
Avg. Price: $18,667
Base Convertible
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $19,995
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $28,748
GT Fastback
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $49,000

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Beauty, Speed, Tradition. by SteveO
 — This car is fantastic. It has been in the family for almost 40 years. Brief history, my grandfather bought it for my father when he left for college in 1971. My father kept it even when it deteriorate... Read More
1966 Baby Blue V8 289 Ford Mustang by Diana
 — This car has been an amazing part of my life. It's a real ego booster and is so much fun to drive. You really do just feel awesome sitting behind the weel. It's needed some repairs, but that's to b... Read More
My First Car! by Allen402
 — First car I owned. Paid $600 for it. Equipped with a 200 c.i. I-6, 3-speed manual. Was some sort of sport appearance package that I never researched... it had a chrome air cleaner cover, no "... Read More

1966 Ford Mustang Overview

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1966 Ford Mustang

After the Mustang had such a successful year in 1965, Ford smartly decided to leave the car pretty much as it was for 1966.  The largest changes were a revised instrument panel intended to make the car more "Mustang-y" than "Ford-y," and the Mustang horse logo appearing in the center of the grill, as it has remained.  The GT package was sold twice as often as in 1965, up to 30,000 from the previous mark of 15,000.

Other changes included incorporating federal mandates such as seat belts, a padded equipment panel, and electric windshield wipers.


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Ford Mustang Questions


Restart Car After 3 Yrs 66 Ford Mustang 289

what should i do for spark plugs, radioator, carborator 4barrel, what else fuel?

22 views with 3 answers (last answer 13 minutes ago)

While Charging My 1966 Mustang, I Went To Start The Car And All Electrical ...

The battery is new. The car just sat through winter and I did not disconnect battery. Now there is no electrical power at all. The car has a 289

19 views with 7 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)

66 Mustang Turns Over While Connecting New Battery

I am replacing the battery in a 66 mustang. When I connect the cables the car attempts to turnover. No key in ignition.

16 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)

66 Mustang 200 Ci Problems

My 66 Mustang 200 CI straight 6 has starting problems when hot, hard to start and stalls any ideas, motor is new coil is new

319 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 months ago)

Help With '66 Mustang Light Problems?

Neither of the front turn signals will work, although the headlights and the brights are still working perfectly. The left taillight only comes on when the left turn signal is on, otherwise its comp...

37 views with 2 answers (last answer 4 months ago)