1966 Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang was introduced to the press at the 1964 New York World's Fair and officially went on sale four days later. The car became an instant hit selling more than 22,000 units on its opening weekend and nearly 420,000 units in the first year.

Although its mechanical underpinnings descended directly from the '63 Falcon, the Mustang looked completely different. American’s loved the Mustangs’ sporty design, performance and affordably and in 1966, with just two years in production the Ford Mustang broke the 1- million unit mark, a record formerly held by the Ford Falcon. The iconic Ford Mustang still captures the hearts and imaginations of drivers and car collectors world-wide.

Celebrating 50 years of Mustang, ACM's "Masters of Mustang Exhibit" on display from June through December 2014.

Year: 1966
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Style: Coupe

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Engine Cyl: V8
Engine Size: 289
Engine HP: 200
Trans: Automatic