This 1966 Ford Mustang Restomod Is A Driver: Video

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When a person takes a classic car, like this 1966 Ford Mustang, and returns it to original, that is a restoration. When a person takes that 1966 Ford Mustang, restores it to something like-new condition, but modifies the car to suit their tastes, that is a restomod. The 1966 Ford Mustang in the images here is a restomod all the way.

The car is clean, but not perfect and pristine, which means that the buyer won’t feel bad for driving it. The car wears yellow paint and black stripes. Inside the car is very clean and in excellent condition. It also has a rare bench seat; the seller says that only 365 were made for the U.S. that year. The instrument bezel and bulbs are new, and the dash is freshly painted.

On the pillar sits a big ShiftLite tachometer and under the dash is a water temp gauge and voltmeter. All of the upholstery is clean and in good condition. The doors were repainted, and the door panels are in good shape. It comes with an aftermarket stereo that isn’t wired up. The trunk is painted in Herculiner. The carpet is black and is brand new.

The outside of the car was done to look like a Shelby GT350, but the car isn’t a fastback. The best part of the car is that it has a new ATK High Performance 302 cubic-inch V8 engine that cost about $10,000. The engine claims 300 horsepower and 336 pound-feet of torque. It’s paired up with a T-5 5-speed manual transmission. Other features include power steering and Wilwood 3-piston brakes on all corners and a dual reservoir master cylinder. The 1966 Ford Mustang is on eBay right now with a Buy it Now price of $19,999. Check out this 1966 Mustang restomod.

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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