Customized modern meets classic muscle in this 1966 Ford Mustang convertible built as a show car!
GAA Classic Cars Auction is proud to offer this Pro Tour Ford Mustang convertible that received a professional ground-up restoration documented with build receipts and photos. The spectacular build quality of this Pony Car led to its selection in Builder’s Showcase under Elite Builders at the 22nd annual Street Rod Nationals in 2021.
The House of Kolor Shimrin Kandy Root Beer exterior features a custom 4-inch widebody rear, an aftermarket hood scoop done in period-correct style, and a Haartz power cloth top complements the sleek profile. This custom Mustang has turn signals built into the door mirrors and a backup camera provides a greater perspective when reversing.
A custom tan leather interior by Catoe features low-back bucket seats up front and the rear seats are split by the full-length console. The matching tan full-length center console is complemented by wood and metal trim, and features built-in air conditioning controls, a touch-screen entertainment and navigation system, and four cup holders. Amenities for the driver and passengers include a Modern Audio stereo system, power windows and power door locks.
Under the hood is a factory-rated 460 horsepower 5.0-liter V8 Coyote engine with electronic fuel injection. The engine is paired with a Tremec six-speed manual transmission with a Science Friction Street Slayer clutch that sends power to the rear wheels through a Strange 9″ rear axle. A Dynomax exhaust with electronic cutouts gives this Pony Car a low rumble.
It rides on an Art Morrison chassis adjustable QA-1 coilovers. Power rack & pinion steering and Baer four-wheel disc brakes provide safety and control for the driver. This Mustang rides on staggered Scott Venom wheels, 18×7″ front and 20×12″ back, wrapped in low-profile tires.
This Pro Tour 1966 Ford Mustang convertible will cross the auction block on Saturday, November 5, 2022.