(4 photos of a 1966 Acapulco Blue Mustang Hardtop) This Acapulco Blue 1966 Mustang hardtop has a 289ci V8 engine under the hood. Acapulco Blue is a 1967 Mustang color. There were three other shades of blue offered on the standard 1966 Mustang and a fourth color exclusive to the 1966 Shelby. Click here to see the help of our Data Explorer.|
(15 photos of a 1966 Candy Apple Red Mustang Convertible) "Aunt Myrna, if you ever want to sell your Mustang, let us know." This is what Allan and Nancy Eisentraut told their aunt Myrna of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin. Myrna bought the car new in 1966, drove it for years, then stored it in her garage for 16 years, untouched. Finally, one day in 1986, Allan and Nancy, got a call from Myrna. She wanted to sell them the car. Allan went there with his mechanic son. They pulled the Mustang out of the garage with the tires sliding on the ground. They were froze up with rust. After pounding the rust off the wheels to get them to turn; then taking the spark plugs out, pouring oil into the spark plug holes; and pouring gas into the carburetor, the Mustang started up - surprisingly, even with the old battery. It was quite rusty and a body man told them not to wait too long to have it taken car of. Within a year, the car had been repainted. Everything is still original on the car, right down to the plaid carpet in the trunk. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week picture for 8-26-07.
(3 photos of a 1966 Red Mustang Hardtop) Red 1966 Mustang hardtop with a dual black stripe. This one has a 6 cylinder engine under the hood.
(8 photos of a 1966 Raven Black Mustang Hardtop) Raven Black 1966 Mustang hardtop owned by Steven Behar from Diamond Bar, California. This is was featured Attitude Of The Week photo for the week starting November 30, 2008. Steve just completed the restoration. He repainted it with the original color. It has it's original 6-cylinder engine under the hood. Steve adds, "I bought the car in July, 2008. It has 38,000 original miles. It has no power options. It is a nice California car that is in excellent stock condition."
(6 photos of a 1966 Red Mustang GT Fastback) 1966 GT Fastback Mustang originally springtime yellow now painted candyapple red with Shelby stripes, added fiberglass hood and front clip, roll bar, Billet lowering blocks, custom wheel center caps, and custom Billet grille & head lamps
(7 photos of a 1966 Red Mustang GT Hardtop) Red 1966 Mustang GT hardtop owned by Juan Lemus from La Puente, California. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for the week starting 12-14-08. This GT has a hood scoop and a red/white two-tone Pony interior.
(1 photo of a 1966 Sauterne Gold Green Mustang Hardtop) Sauterne Gold 1966 Mustang hardtop with a black vinyl top option (originally $74.36) and the base 120hp (at 4400rpm), 200ci, 1 barrel, 6 cylinder engine.
(3 photos of a 1966 Ivy Green Mustang GT T-5 Convertible) Ivy Green 1966 Mustang GT T-5 convertible that was once owned by Emmanuel Theux from Monte-Carlo. T-5 was the Mustang model sold in Germany, because the model name of "Mustang" could not be used because a trunk company had registered it first in Germany. Not sure how many people would confuse a Mustang truck with the Mustang car. This one has a K-code HiPo 289ci V8 engine. Emmanuel sold it to a private museum in Switzerland. Emmanuel has owned many Mustangs. Check them out by clicking here.
(1 photo of a 1966 Emberglo Orange Mustang Hardtop) 1966 Emberglo orange Mustang hardtop with full wheel covers and metal rocker panel molding.
(1 photo of a 1966 Wimbledon White Mustang Shelby GT-350 Fastback) Emmanuel Theux sends us this photo of a Wimbledon White 1966 Shelby GT-350. This was taken at a car show in Paris, France. This one wears a set of 1965 Shelby wheels. Check out all the over vintage Mustangs in the background.
(6 photos of a 1966 Silver Mustang Hardtop) Take a look at this fully custom 1966 Mustang hardtop! It has everything. Some of the modifications include: custom fully molded E2 body kit, custom platinum silver paint, Boyd Coddington 17x18 inch wheels, Shelby hood scoop, and Hankook 215/24/17 X 245/45/17 tires.
(6 photos of a 1966 Wimbledon White Mustang Convertible) Manville Smith just purchased this Wimbledon White 1966 Mustang convertible (April 20th, 2009) with only 40K on the odometer. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting 5-24-09. Manville tells us more, "It is very original and highly optioned. The paint is original and the body/frame is straight and rust-free. The car was originally a Ford company car ('Transportation Services' DSO) and it still has the Ford Employee parking decal on the rear window. Original items include the C-code 289 V8, C4 automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes (rare on a non-GT), 2-speed wipers, luggage rack, 'Visibility Group' (remote controlled door mirror, day/night mirror), power convertible top, styled steel wheels, Ivy Gold and White Pony interior (all original) with console, AM Radio (works perfectly), wheel arch moldings, and rocker panel moldings. Non-original items are the air conditioning and the dual exhaust."
(5 photos of a 1966 Silver Blue Mustang Hardtop) Silver Blue 1966 Mustang hardtop with a white vinyl top. It has spinner hub caps.
(6 photos of a 1966 Sauterne Gold Mustang Hardtop) Here is a beautifully restored Sauterne Gold 1966 Mustang hardtop owned by Gary and Tina Fishbaugh of Allegany, New York, and was our Attitude Of The Week for June 7th, 2009. They say they bought the car in the spring of 2008, it has been repainted but most of the interior and chrome is original, and all the numbers match.
(4 photos of a 1966 Sapphire Blue Mustang GT Convertible) This 1966 Mustang convertible was special ordered with Sapphire Blue paint. This paint was not a standard color for the mustang but it was for the 1966 Shelby. This car also has the GT equipment group option.
(6 photos of a 1966 Candy Apple Red Mustang GT Fastback) This Candy Apple Red 1966 Mustang GT fastback is owned by Mike S. of Columbia Station, Ohio. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for the week starting July 12, 2009. Mike says, "I got it in 2001. I added a K&N air filter. It has a vintage correct Shelby intake with dual quad set up (Carter's). It looks and sounds great!"
(7 photos of a 1966 Wimbledon White Mustang Shelby GT-350 Fastback) This is a real Wimbledon White 1966 Shelby GT-350 fastback. It is a "carry-over" car. The first 252 Shelby GT-350s for 1966 had 1965 Mustang bodies and 1965 Mustang serial number plates under their Shelby serial number plates. These "carry-over" cars had mostly 1965 features including standard Koni shocks and their engines where painted black instead of blue.
(1 photo of a 1966 Candy Apple Red Mustang Hardtop Advertisement) Check out this 1966 Mustang magazine ad. It features a Candy Apple Red 1966 Mustang hardtop passing a green traffic light. It starts off with, "Okay, you can stop asking, 'Why doesn't Mustang bolt Cruise-O-Matic behind the 271 solid-lifter V8?" It talks about the new option of an automatic with the High Performance 271ci V8 engine.
(12 photos of a 1966 Emberglo Orange Mustang GT Fastback) This Emberglo 1966 Mustang GT fastback with K-code engine was the Attitude Of The Week for 9/16/2007. The GT package was very popular in 1966 because the option sold for $152.20 and included the high-performance 271hp (at 6000rpm), 289 cubic inch, V8 engine; dual exhaust; fog lamps; special ornamentation; disc brakes; GT racing stripes and handling package components. This Mustang shows off its Red Band nylon tires which was a option for $48.89, and styled steel wheels for $93.84. This photo is available in two wallpaper sizes; 800-600 wallpaper and 1024-768 wallpaper.
(5 photos of a 1966 Raven Black Mustang Sprint Hardtop) This Black 1966 Sprint 200 hardtop is owned by Aldo Rivas of Clovis, New Mexico and is our Attitude Of The Week for September 6th, 2009. Aldo writes, I own an all original 1966 Mustang Sprint 200 which I located on Craigslist in September 2006. The Mustang was originally purchased from Muriel Carlson of Seattle WA on March 3, 1966 from Westside Ford, Inc. Seattle WA. The Mustang was posted as a 1966 Mustang Coupe, I started to get more interested when I found out it had 87,000 documented miles, and being an all original Sprint 200. After talking with the owner I found out the Mustang was his fathers who he purchased from the original owner in 1972. I drove to Lake Stevens to have a look at the Mustang and was surprised to see it in such good condition for being original. Today I have 92,000 miles on it, I only take it out on nice days. Some cool things are I have the original owners manual, all receipts from 1972 to present and top ot off the radio works. The only work I have done is a major brake job and minor carburetor rebuild. The Mustang still has the original spare tire that I took to Les Schwab to get inspected and re-inflated. The tires and wheels were purchased from Les Schwab in 1993 when the Mustang had 80,695 miles, so that calculates to the car being driven about 706 miles a year since 1993. I plan on keeping the Mustang original, sure she has some bumps and scratches but that adds to its character. Now if I only bought the 1967 Shelby GT-350 I test drove in El Paso TX in 1986 for the asking price of $7000 OBO, my life would be complete.