a true and rare 1966 Ford Mustang GT. THIS IS NOT A CLONE. This GT is a barn find and has been partially restored/detailed. It was my intention to make the car drive-able and car show worthy (as it will turn a lot of heads) until I gathered enough money to do a complete restoration. Selling this car is going to be a huge regret that I will always have, but it needs to go to a true enthusiast that will restore it to its former glory, or someone who wants to enjoy the “Barn Find” look and restore later down the road. For anyone that knows the mustang history, this REAL GT (Not a Clone) is a true steal at the commanding prices being seen on the TV auctions.
– The car was last registered in the state of Virginia (Arlington) in 1986, and is believed to have been off the road since 1987. It currently has 61,552 miles on the odometer; of which I believe is the original mileage of the car. It was in a garage for some time before I bought it from the second owner; where it sat in a barn for well over 25 years. The only thing that appears to have been changed on the car since new was the paint. The second owner of the car told me that the original owner wasn’t fond of silver, so they painted the car red back in the early 80s. The original Silver Frost paint is still visible on multiple areas of the car. When pulled from the barn, all original parts were on the car and for the most part will come with the sale of the car.

– The car was manufactured in Dearborn Michigan and is an “A” code coupe ( 225hp, 289 W/ 4 barrel carburetor). The exterior color is supposed to be silver frost and the interior is red with red trim. The car went to the Richmond sales district to be sold; came with a 3.00:1 rear axle ratio, and had the C-4 Automatic option.

– It has the GT package equipment: GT exterior decor (GT emblem/no quarter trim/ mustang on the fender), Dual exhaust, Disc Brakes, Fog Lights, Power Steering with Quick Ratio steering box, HD springs, 13/16″ sway bar, brake proportioning valve. The car has everything to make certain it is a true GT mustang. The only piece missing to confirm that it is a GT is the original bill of sale, however, I believe as shown in the picture below, the “GT” written on the radiator core support from the factory is the smoking gun…….

Huntingtown, Maryland, United States