(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.
(10 photos of a 1966 Ivy Green Mustang Convertible) Ivy Green 1966 Mustang convertible with a 200hp (at 4400rpm), 289 cubic inch, 2 barrel, V8 engine. The door tag reads 76A R 26 20M 23 6 6, where 76A is the convertible standard body, R is the Ivy Green metallic paint, 26 is the black interior trim, 20M denotes a 20th of December assembly date, 23 special ordered in Philadelphia, 6 2.80:1 rear axle ratio, and 6 dual range automatic C4 transmission.
(7 photos of a 1966 Sauterne Gold Mustang GT Fastback) Check out this Sauterne Gold 1966 Mustang GT fastback. The owner of CloudCasters owns it. It was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting January 2nd, 2011. The owner comments, "It had been sitting for 4+ years on four flats with an unmolested deluxe interior and exterior. It had a 450 HP dual carbed 302 with a Tremec 6-speed and Total Control Products (TCP) for coil-overs. I got it home, changed all fluids, and added a set of Vari-Shock dual adjustable shocks. A new battery was needed, so a Gel cell red top was added. It was already relocated to the trunk. After a few cranks it fired right up. I ran it down to the muffler shop and purchased 2-1/4-inch pipe with Flow Masters. I drove vehicle for three years until a complete (down to frame) restoration was done. The tear down revealed a dead mice nest in headliner and others in the rear wheel wells. I thought there was an odd smell. The color is Sauterne and is as close as one can get, with modern paints, to the original with the Wimbledon White stripes. The wheels are original style and size. Two sets were purchased and used to make one set that is wider and offset. The semi-slick Toyo R888 are perfectly sized at 235/50/15 in the rear and 205/50/15 up front. All four corners have disk brakes, SSBC up front and the large stock ones that came on the 9-inch Lincoln Versi rear end. The differential is a built with 3.80 gears, connected using an aluminum drive shaft. The steering is done with Flaming River components and a sub-frame kit welded underneath. This car is solid, and has been done very very well."
(10 photos of a 1966 Sauterne Gold Green Mustang Hardtop) Sauterne Gold 1966 Mustang hardtop with a gold and parchment interior. This car has been restored back to factory colors. The Sauterne Gold has a hint of green in it.
(2 photos of a 1966 Ivy Green Mustang Convertible) Check out this Ivy Green 1966 Mustang GT-350 convertible owned by Al Shott from Seattle, Washington. Hey! We saw this car at the 2011 Mustang Roundup show in Bellevue, Washington last month! The matching dog carrier was there, but we didn't see the dog - Mustang Bonny. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 14, 2001. Al tells us more, "We have had the car four years now. It was fairly complete when we got it. Converted it to GT-350 specs, had it lowered all around with Curry rear traction bars, and added fiberglass hood, front, and rear with ducktail spoiler. The interior is now all leather with green piping and seatbelts. The engine was rebuilt to Hi-Po specs and C4 with a shift kit."
(7 photos of a 1966 Timberline Green Mustang High Country Special Hardtop) This is a restored Timberline Green 1966 Mustang High Country Special hardtop. The High Country Specials came in Timberline Green, Columbine Blue, and Aspen Gold. These same colors where on the 1967 High Country Special except the Ford paint code and Dupont paint code changed for Timberline Green. We are actively trying to get a paint chip of the two Timberline Green paints for comparison.
(1 photo of a 1966 Sauterne Gold Green Mustang Hardtop) Sauterne Gold 1966 Mustang hardtop with metal rocker panels and steel styled wheels.
(1 photo of a 1966 Green Mustang Convertible) Forest Green 1966 Mustang convertible owned by Geary from Maryland. Geary tells us, "This is a extremely rare 1966 Mustang convertible, with a 6cyl 200ci engine, 4 speed Experimental Borg Warner Transmission all
original. Everything is original and is a show car. It has been featured in 2011 and 2012 Hot Cars Calendar and also in a Nostalgic Classic Car Poster. It has won many trophies."
(6 photos of a 1966 Ivy Green Mustang Convertible) A very shiny Ivy Green 1966 Mustang convertible with full wheel covers, metal rocker panels, and a 200hp (at 4400rpm), 289 cubic inch, 2 barrel, V8 engine.
(12 photos of a 1966 Ivy Green Mustang Fastback) Ivy Green metallic 1966 Mustang fastback with side C-pinstripe, metal rocker panel trim, added 1968 Mustang Shelby wheels, and a 200hp (4400rpm), 289 cubic inch, 2 barrel, V8 engine.
(5 photos of a 1966 Timberline Green Mustang High Country Special Convertible) Check this out! It's a Timberline Green 1966 Mustang High Country Special convertible. It's owned by Charles. It has the 289ci V8 engine and a manual transmission. The owner tells us, "I bought this car many years ago in Colorado (still has dealer emblem on trunk lid). It currently has about 26,000 original miles on it. It does come out every year for a couple church or Dairy Queen runs. I was surprised to see our car show up again on another site. If you research the 1966 HCS convertible you will notice that the same car is used on many sites as a reference model. Those pictures are about 15 years old. Other than a different set of tires and a couple thousand more miles she still looks the same. Not sure why or how everybody
uses our pictures without permission but It's kind of cool seeing it pop up every now and then. I have amassed an extensive amount of detailed info on these 1966 HCS convertibles over the years and made a small book detailing the cars. I can provide info and extensive pictures if interested. After many years of turning down some pretty interesting offers for her the time may finally be at hand to let her go. I have had numerous Mustangs over the years, my personal favorite was a 1965 fastback in Tropical Turquoise of which only 50 were built before they switched the color. While owning that rare one I stumbled upon this one still owned by the original family. When a car this rare comes along you buy it and figure out what to do with it later. I brought it home but owned too many cars so I gave it to my father. Dad is now mid 70's and not driving much anymore and this car deserves to be somewhere else. I have 2 other convertibles and like to drive my cars. This one should not become a driver. There are only a couple of the 33-35 1966 HCS convertibles left and I know they don't have 26,000 miles. I had a big name restoring company wanting to restore it to concourse condition but they are only original once and this one should stay that way I think. I would be willing to entertain offers or ideas and can provide any and all detailed info as well as any pictures one might want. I will not be disclosing the location of the car publicly but will privately allow perspective buyers to come see her."
(1 photo of a 1966 Sauterne Gold Green Mustang Hardtop) Sauterne Gold 1966 Mustang black vinyl hardtop with styled steel wheels, metal rocker panels, and a 289 cubic inch V8 engine.
(5 photos of a 1966 Green Mustang St Patrick Day Parade Hardtop) David Armocido sends us these photos of his 1966 St. Patrick's Day Special Mustang. David says, Mustang is a one of one(color) car that was painted a special green color for Harrold Ford of Sacramento, California for the 1966 St. Patrick Day Parade. Harrold Ford started in 1911 and is still operating today. Color has been verified by Window Sticker showing Special Paint, No Charge, family members of Ellsworth Harrold Ford, The original owner, and additional information obtained by the Marty Report Company in Arizona, and by the color delete on the VIN. I purchased the car from the second owner in November 2002. It was a father daughter project. This amazing car is our Attitude Of The Week starting June 30, 2019.
(5 photos of a 1966 Ivy Green Mustang Shelby GT-350 Fastback) Ivy Green 1966 Mustang Shelby GT-350 fastback with white LeMans stripes and 14-inch 10-Spoke aluminum Shelby wheels. It has the Borg Warner aluminum T10 4-speed manual transmission, fiberglass hood with steel frame, override traction bars, open letter Buddy Bar Cobra valve covers, dual Rotunda mirrors, and a remote trunk release installed by dealer.
(2 photos of a 1966 Rescue Green Mustang Custom Hardtop) Custom Rescue Green 1966 Mustang hardtop with custom wheels, front air dam, and engine. Rescue Green is a 2007 special order Chrysler Jeep color which later became a more popular standard color. Either you love it or hate it. This car was in the modified section of the 2010 Mustang Roundup car show in Bellevue, Washington.
(1 photos of a 1966 Ivy Green Mustang Shelby GT-350 Convertible) The 1966 Mustang Shelby came in 5 standard colors, this Ivy Green is one of them. This GT-350 with aftermarket wheels and customized engine was at the 2010 Mustang Club of America Grand Nationals held in Bellevue, Washington.