Have a great Mustang story and photos? Consider submitting them to us - MustangAttitude.com
home what's new photo gallery for sale data explorer picture search RSS Twitter Facebook order our book photo submit
Columbine Blue 1966 Mustang High Country Special Fastback
   NextPic
4.6 of 5 Mustang  High Country Special ATTITUDE!4.6 of 5 Mustang  High Country Special ATTITUDE!4.6 of 5 Mustang  High Country Special ATTITUDE!4.6 of 5 Mustang  High Country Special ATTITUDE!4.6 of 5 Mustang  High Country Special ATTITUDE! Viewer Rating
Columbine Blue 1966 High Country Special Fastback
See other pictures of this car: Current Picture Columbine Blue 1965 High Country Special Fastback
It's in the 1966 Mustang Collection Pages
Explore 1966 Mustang data decoders, specifications, and options
See our Quick View of the 122 listings of 1966 Mustangs on eBay now
See other 1966, columbine blue, High Country Special (blue, rightfront view, fastback) photos

Columbine Blue 1966 High Country Special fastback which offered in one of three special paint colors (Columbian Blue, Timberline Green, or Aspen Gold); the C-code 289ci, 2 valve, V8 engine, automatic transmission, 695X14 4PR WSW tires, full length interior center console, AM radio, tinted windshield, electric wipers, wheel covers with knock off hub caps (this car has steel Magnum 500 wheel upgrades), and High Country Special fender badges.


Interior Color: black
Visible Options: high country special, magnum 500 wheels
VIN: 8*02*******
Owner: from Idaho ID
Posted: 02/19/2008
CarzScan

Ford Options: (see all 1966 Mustang Options)
   289ci 2v 200hp V8 Engine (C-code)
   4-Speed Manual Transmission (V8)
   AM Push Button Radio and Antenna
   Full Length Center Console
   Magnum 500 Wheels (Shelby)
Share




Tim: This is my Mustang in which I bought in 1979 in Boise, Id. It was a real mess, with a little rust in the front lower fender wells, faided paint, bad tires. When I went to get the car the gal I purchased it from kids were on top of the roof sliding down the rear window and hood. I saw the badges on the fender and wondered what they were about. The gal I got it from thought she knew what it was about but really didn't know the facts about it at all as she called it a straight line special or something like that. I was excited about it though because I had purchased a 65 Mustang coupe in 1970 when I was in the service and had loved it, but sadly sold it a few years after getting out of the Army. I went for about 7 years and got the itch to have another Mustang and loved the fastback style, so I went searching for another one. This car was not for sale so I had to pay her a premium price for it I thought at the time as it was in very poor condition. I am very glad I bought it though as the years have gone by and finding out what a true fined it was. Tim Ethridge
See the newest comments sitewide.

Type your picture comment here, then press Consider for Posting.
This car is not for sale, we will not post or forward requests to purchase this car!
All comments are reviewed by the webmaster before they are posted with this picture.

Nickname:


Upload pictures of your Mustang.
Email the webmaster.
Return to the Home Page.



Order the book
support MustangAttitude.com