Sorry, but this classic has been sold and is resting comfortably in the garage of a new owner

Click Here to see all of the amazing cars
in our current inventory

1966 Ford Mustang

Frame Off Built Mustang Pro Touring 302/340 HP 5 Speed
Stock #
Body Style
302 V8
Exterior Color
Interior Color

Trade in a Vehicle

Trade Vehicle

Why Buy From Us ?

Why Buy
1966 Ford Mustang Blue For Sale
View hi-res image Play Slideshow
  • Frame off restoration
  • 8.8-inch limited slip / 3.73 gears
  • Power four-wheel disc brakes
  • Ford Racing 302ci/340hp V8
  • Fully updated suspension
  • Air conditioning
  • Tremec TKO600 5-speed manual
  • Manual rack-and-pinion steering

When it comes to nearly universal appeal, few American cars bring it quite like the Ford Mustang. While a lot of its competitors placed an emphasis on speed, style, or some other singular piece of the puzzle, the Mustang did its best to be everything to everyone while providing a solid foundation to build upon. While almost all the dials have been turned up, this restored 1966 Mustang continues to be a car that virtually any enthusiast could hop behind the wheel of and have an absolute blast. From the stout 5.0L V8 and Tremec transmission to the upgraded suspension and killer custom interior, everyone who has a chance to eye the car in person will find something different to admire.

While there are some Shelby pieces in play, calling this car a GT350 tribute would be a disservice to what has been accomplished. The restoration started, like many others, with a primered shell and a vision. Judging by the restoration pictures, the body was mostly intact and in need of little more than a few floor patches. Once those were welded in, the shell was carefully massaged into a canvas capable of displaying any color with authority. While black may be the most honest paint color in existence, the dark blue gracing these first-generation lines isn’t far off. The blue base coat is even, reflective, and presents well from any angle you can dream up. The dark hue is topped by a pair of silver stripes that recall some of the most feared muscle cars of the era. With that kind of work invested in the top coat, you can be sure items like panel fitment are issue-free.

Step in for a closer look and you’ll find the details are every bit as well put together as the body itself. The show gets started with a fiberglass Shelby front bumper that offers a place for fog lights while giving the entire front end a new shape. The grille is lined in bright trim, framing the “floating pony” which acts as a the front end’s centerpiece. Above, the Ford lettering has been removed for a cleaner look while a functional hood scoop pulls in cool air from its surroundings. The greenhouse is filled with fresh glass surrounded by clean stainless trim and malleable weather-stripping all around. The side view is especially clean thanks to a distinct lack of badges and extraneous trim. Little more than a silver Shelby-style GT350 stripe and chrome door handles break up the rich sea of blue paint. Even the side scoops have been left in their original shape – no giant vents or mesh anywhere. The rear view is every bit as subtle with classic tri-tails, a chrome bumper, a Mustang-badged gas cap, and reverse lights at either side.

Of course, no one in their right mind adds Shelby visuals and racing stripes to an underpowered car. To keep those numbers in check, this Mustang offers a stout 5.0L V8 that produces an estimated 340hp – over 30hp stronger than an original GT 350. The block is a 2007 vintage, dressed in black, and combined with hardware like a Ford Racing hydraulic roller cam, aluminum Ford Racing GT-40 heads, roller lifters, and roller rockers. The unit is topped by an Edelbrock intake which makes provisions for the Holley four-barrel above. The accessory drive spins an open-face alternator alongside a Vintage Air compressor while an aluminum radiator works in harmony with a single fan to keep the engine bay cool. Ignition is handled by an MSD ignition system which sends spark through bright blue Ford Racing wires. Exhaust gases are rushed out through ceramic coated JBA headers that open into a full aluminized dual exhaust system with Dynomax mufflers. The sound is quintessential 5.0L but the bay is a little more attractive than most. An adjustable strut tower brace spans the width of the bay while the air cleaner assembly and valve covers are dressed in matching black and silver Ford gear. From the coolant overflow tank to the bright yellow battery, every component here shows as new and adds up to one impressive finished product.

Shine a light underneath the car and you’ll find even more high-end hardware supporting that warmed up small block. Behind the 302, a Tremec TK0600 offers the kind of quick shifts and a solid feel that only modern hardware can serve up. Out back, a Ford 8.8-inch rear puts power to the pavement through a limited slip and 3.73 gears. Horsepower is only fun if you can use it, so the suspension has been completely revised to handle the under-hood upgrades. Work started at the front end where factory components were swapped in favor of tubular upper control arms, TCP forged spindles, and adjustable coilovers. Sub-frame connectors strengthen the mid-section while leaf springs, lowering blocks, and adjustable shocks help keep the rear end planted. Steering is translated through a manual rack-and-pinion while power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes utilize both Wilwood and late-model Ford pieces for quick stops. Nearly every piece visible came from big names like Lokar, Chassisworks, and TCP, so you can rest assured everything was built to last. The floors are solid throughout and finished in a semi-gloss black that serves as a perfect backdrop for the new hardware. At the corners, a combination of 16×7 and 17×8 Torque Thrust II’s wrapped in Falken Z-rated tires round out the chassis.

After all those updates, most builds would throw a reproduction pony interior between the doors and call it a day. This Mustang follows through to the very last detail with an all-new interior full of impressive additions. The seats come from Procar’s Elite Series and manage to check off all the right boxes: they feel great, offer plenty of support, and look right at home in this vintage Ford cabin. In front of the driver, a JME cluster sports AutoMeter Phantom gauges that monitor fuel, water, speed, revs, oil pressure, and voltage while a polished Flaming River tilt column grants control over the front wheels through a Flaming River Evoluzione steering wheel. Further input is delivered through attractive Lokar pedals and a chrome shifter mounted within a custom center console. The double-hump dashboard is rounded out by accessory controls, HVAC controls, and a Kenwood head unit that sends signal to new speakers throughout the interior. The extremes are covered by a taut black headliner, OEM-style door panels with show-ready hardware, and black carpets protected by Ford-branded floor mats. The old and new styles work well with each other, creating a unified space to log the miles from.

With a car like this, documentation about what it was born as is irrelevant. What is on the car now? That question is answered in full thanks to a stack of receipts and component manuals included in the sale. There are also plenty of restoration pictures to lend further insight into the build process.

The only problem with this 1966 Mustang is that, if you’re thinking about buying it, most everyone else will be too. With it’s combination of tasteful styling, a perfectly updated interior, and a drivetrain that will keep a smile on your face for days, the appeal is unnaturally strong with this one – so give us a call today or spend the next few years trying to recreate this killer pony car for yourself. The choice is yours!


Secondary Make
Model Name
Secondary Model
Vehicle Type
Passenger Car
Hobby Segment

Engine / Transmission

Engine Type
Engine Size
302 V8
Engine Number
Fuel Specification
Fuel Delivery System Type
Single 4 Barrel
Transmission Type
5 Speed Manual
Transmission Spec
Tremec TKO600
Transmission Number


Entertainment System Type
AM/FM Single CD
Battery Location
RH Engine Compartment
Battery Shut Off
Battery Charger
Power Steering
Air Conditioning


Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console


Body Style
Safe Body Color
Paint Type


Front Suspension Type
Rear Suspension Type
Leaf Spring
Axle Specification
Front Wheel Specification
Rear Wheel Specification
Front Tire Specification
Rear Tire Specification
Front Brakes Specification
Power Disc
Rear Brakes Specification
Power Disc
Exhaust Type
Dual Exhaust
Muffler Type


Restoration Status
Mileage Since Restoration
Awards Summary
Historical Documents Summary
*Restoration photos

Our Service Programs

Seal of Approval Basic Safety Check

Contact Us Regarding this Vehicle

Call Us

  • 704.445.9105
  • 704.596.5980

Email Us

  • *
  • *