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Old 01-14-2013, 05:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1966 Mustang See my sig, Pony interior, formerly air conditioned, power steering, center console, automatic trans.

Could it be a rare model? One of only 7889?
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Old 01-14-2013, 10:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Desirable, yes, rare, no.

By Mustang standards only '67 K-codes, some Shelbys, and some Bosses are rare.
In comparison with other cars, there are no rare Mustangs, they're all dirt common.
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66 factory GT fastback is a nice car. Real nice car. Leave it at that.
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Thanks. I'm in the beginning phases of making it a real nice car... again.
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A factory GT WITH deluxe interior... the total number built were a lot less than 7889. 25,517 GTs built out of a total production of 607,568. You could crunch the number to get an APPROXIMATION of how many GTs had the deluxe interior option. Will be a very uncommon Mustang, but not rare like said already. Dean
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Thanks Dean. I'm researching the restoration. Making my "wish list" from the many suppliers. And, if you don't mind, used your '66 fastback for a week on my Facebook page. Yours is THAT nice!
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1966 Mustang See my sig, Pony interior, formerly air conditioned, power steering, center console, automatic trans.

Could it be a rare model? One of only 7889?
Yes, it is 1 of 7,889 Luxury 2+2's manufactured for the '66 Model Year. I always considered '66 2+2's more "rare" than most of the other '65-66 models due to the low number of units actually produced. Yours is well optioned with A/C, PS, AT and PIO in addition to the Luxury Interior. Wimbledon White was a fairly common color. If I were to guess I'd say that there were probably less than 300 2+2's produced with your particular color/options package.
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Yes, it is 1 of 7,889 Luxury 2+2's manufactured for the '66 Model Year. I always considered '66 2+2's more "rare" than most of the other '65-66 models due to the low number of units actually produced. Yours is well optioned with A/C, PS, AT and PIO in addition to the Luxury Interior. Wimbledon White was a fairly common color. If I were to guess I'd say that there were probably less than 300 2+2's produced with your particular color/options package.
Mine is actually Springtime Yellow and I've only seen a couple of those in photos.
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Springtime Yellow! So is/was mine! Whats the scoop on your Z?
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