(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.
(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.
(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!"
(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.
(7 photos of a 1966 Springtime Yellow Mustang GT Hardtop) Springtime Yellow 1966 Mustang GT hardtop with a black vinyl top and white interior. It has the optional A-code 289ci 4V V8 engine, air conditioning; power steering; Pony interior, and the GT optional wood wheel.
(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."
(7 photos of a 1966 Vintage Burgundy Mustang GT Convertible) Vintage Burgundy 1966 Mustang GT convertible owned by Mark Wieszyk from Adelaide, South Australia. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting July 24, 2011. It has it's original 289ci V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Mark tells us more, "I purchased this Mustang convertible GT in 2009. It was imported into Australia from North Carolina in 2006 by the person I purchased it from. The car has been restored to a very high level. It is an A code 4V motor with air conditioning, power steering, front disc brakes, power roof and rally pack. It is a beautiful car to drive and the color combination between the exterior and interior catches a lot of attention. The car won a sponsors award at the 2010 Australian Mustang Nationals in Adelaide and has been featured in Australian Mustang and Ford magazine."
(3 photos of a 1966 Wimbledon White Mustang GT T-5 Convertible) Wimbledon White 1966 T-5 GT convertible owned by Chris Wold from Edgerton, Wisconsin. This is an original color convertible with the 289ci K-code Hi-Po engine with a manual transmission. Chris adds, "This car was handed to me by a previous owner who didn't have time for it. I have been showing this car at shows because of its rarity. It's was sold thru through the military PX system, shipped from the US to Europe, and sent back when a soldier was done with there tour of duty. It's been with me for a year and a half and has won best of show, best of class, and also a Facebook page.
(3 photos of a 1966 Raven Black Mustang GT Hardtop) Raven Black 1966 Mustang GT hardtop owned by Daniel De Bono from Australia. This beauty is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting November 18, 2012. Daniel tells us more, "This 1966 factory GT coupe just spent the last 36 years with it's previous owner in Greensboro, North Carolina. Frank (now 82 years old) was the second owner as he'd bought it from the original owner who ordered it as a customer order back in late November 1965. It was optioned out nicely with an A code engine, power steering, a banded windscreen, green glass, pony interior, Rally Pac, long console, rear speaker, and AM radio to complement all the GT extras. It arrived in Australia in January of this year with 68,336 original miles. It still has many original features including the trunk liner, spare white wall tire, jack and ratchet, all panels and interior are also original (except for the carpet and mats), All bolt on parts such as power steering pump, 4bbl carburetor, intake manifold and so on are original numbers matching as well. This beautiful example of American automotive design still has the buck tag attached and is accompanied by the original factory build sheet of which I found the last piece (Bottom left hand corner) stuck under the passengers seat just a few weeks ago."
(3 photos of a 1966 Antique Bronze Gold Mustang GT Fastback) Wow. Check this one out. This is an Antique Bronze 1966 Mustang GT fastback. It is owned by Emmanual Theux from Monaco! It has a 289ci HiPo V8 engine and a manual transmission. Emmanuel has owned many Mustangs. Check them out by clicking here.
(9 photos of a 1966 Arcadian Blue Mustang GT Fastback) Arcadian Blue 1966 Mustang GT fastback owned by Phillip Brown from Fort Smith, Arkansas. It has a 289ci V8 and an automatic transmission. Phillip tells us, "Factory GT Fastback 'A' code, Edelbrock 4 barrel, MSD billet distributor, 17-inch Cobra R wheels, Jensen AM/FM Cassette, and glove box signed by Carroll Shelby with certificate of authenticity. The paint and interior are in great shape with the exception of a couple of chips. It runs and drives great. This car has won several trophies. CASH ONLY! No scammers."
(10 photos of a 1966 Wimbledon White Mustang GT Convertible) A fully loaded Wimbledon White 1966 Mustang GT convertible with many of the 1966 original options collected and added over the years. These options include AM/FM radio, fender mounted turn signals, rear seat courtesy lights, dual factory spot lights, glove box mounted vanity mirror, lighted pony-corral, cigarette light/map light, remote trunk release, hood and trunk (on reel) utility light, correct Fomoco fire extinguisher, exterior lamp warning buzzer, parking brake signal lamp, tissue dispenser with original tissues, glove box lock and seat belt retractor. In addition to all the correct GT equipment, a rally-pac, correct factory air conditioning, deep sump, chromed-aluminum Shelby oil pan and valve covers, dual red line tires, 5 styled steel wheels and custom floor mats were also installed
(11 photos of a 1966 Emberglo Orange Mustang GT Convertible) Emberglo 1966 Mustang GT convertible with steel styled wheels, white GT side stripe, emberglo and parchment pony interior, fog lamps, and a 200hp (at 4400rpm), 289 cubic inch, 2 barrel, V8 engine.
(6 photos of a 1966 Springtime Yellow Mustang GT Convertible) Springtime Yellow 1966 Mustang GT convertible with GT rocker panel side stripe; styled steel wheels; fog lamps; and a 225hp (at 4800rpm), 289 cubic inch, 4 barrel, V8 engine.
(11 photos of a 1966 Tahoe Turquoise Blue Mustang GT Fastback) Tahoe Turquoise 1966 Mustang GT fastback with steel styled wheels; white GT rocker panel stripes; hood scoop; fog lamps; Wimbledon White Shelby 10-inch wide over the top stripes; and a automatic, 289 cubic inch, 4-barrel V8 engine.
(10 photos of a 1966 Emberglo Orange Mustang GT Hardtop) Emberglo 1966 Mustang GT hardtop with steel styled wheels, rocker panel stripe, fog lamps, GT fender emblem, and a 289ci V8 engine.
(5 photos of a 1966 Emberglo Orange Mustang GT Hardtop) Emberglo 1966 Mustang hardtop owned by Joe Parker from Charlotte, North Carolina. It has its original 289ci V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Joe tells us more, "My Father bought the Mustang for my Mother's Christmas present in 1965. It was Emberglo red with a black interior. Mom gave the car to me in 1971. I drove it for years until I left it in Texas to get restored when I moved back to North Carolina in 1990. The shop removed the engine and painted the engine compartment then let it sit for seven years and did not do any more work so I had it brought back to NC and left it with a restorer in Waxhaw NC till 2013. I kept in touch with him and he kept telling me he would do the work but it never got done. My Mom really didn't believe I would ever get it finished. When we picked it up to take it to the third restorer (Barry Stone); we found it in a lot behind the shop with the windows cracked open and many missing parts. We took it to get the body work done and it took three people 734 hours to complete the work. The engine and transmission were sent out to rebuilders. Then Barry went to work putting it all back together. He finished in August this year (2015). Sadly, Mom died in July and did not get to see it finished, but she did get to see over 100 pictures documenting the progress. It ended up costing over $52,000 for the restoration. The engine is no longer stock (aluminum heads, new cam, new intake and carburetor), I had the interior color changed and had a Cobra hood to replace the stock hood. I also had the suspension beefed up. I love the results and plan to drive it for many more years."
(9 photos of a 1966 Twilight Turquoise Mustang GT Fastback) Blue 1966 Mustang GT fastback with steel styled wheels, white rocker panel stripes, fog lamps, and a 289ci V8 engine. We think this car is painted in 1965 Twilight Turquoise.