With many years invested into the build and tremendous amount of fabrication, this 1966 Ford Mustang might not look attractive to everyone, but it is definitely unique. An interesting fact is that the original lady owner’s daughter is responsible for everything in regards to the build.
The 1966 Ford Mustang two tone paint job consists of Ford Wimbledon White and Turquoise enhanced with inverted Lemans stripes. The Wheelsmith wheels are also not something you see often, and contribute to the uniqueness of the car.
The 292 cubic inch engine under the hood of this 1966 Ford Mustang was built to Holman-Moody specs to produce 330 horsepower controlled by Borg Warner 5-speed. The nice V8 sounds is achieved with Flowmaster 2½ inch exhaust.
Check out the video filmed while this custom 1966 Ford Mustang was at Jim’s Motorsports.