Engine: 289 2v 200 hp
Transmission: 3 speed manual
Options: Power steering, AM radio, accent group, limited slip differential, special handling package
Upgrades: Dual bowl master cylinder
A collector owned 1966 Mustang Coupe with 33,000 original miles, it was purchased by me on October 16, 2012. I am the fifth documented owner.
A near perfect example of an unrestored car featuring the rare metallic “Emberglo” paint, it was assembled in Dearborn, Michigan on June 10, 1966 and shipped to Campbell Ford Inc. in Waterbury, Connecticut, where it was purchased by the original owner, Dagmar Holmes, on July 7, 1966.
The Mustang retains 100% of its original paint, body panels, chrome, interior, motor and transmission. It has never been disassembled and is totally rust-free from top to bottom. It has received regular maintenance and replacement of normal wear parts, such as tires, brakes, belts, hoses, battery, etc. I have the original title, window sticker, owner’s manual, warranty card and other miscellaneous documentation.
This mustang is a consistent winner at local and regional events and was awarded 1st Place Unrestored Gold at the 2006 Mustang Nationals, in Sturbridge Massachusetts. It has also been awarded 1st place in the Antique Automobile Club of America regional events and has appeared in a national classic car calendar.
Most recently, at the Hemmings Motor News 2016 Concours D’Elegance at the Saratoga Automobile Museum, it was awarded 1st Place in the Preservation Class.