1966 Ford Mustang at the 2014 Essen Motor Show – Timeless Beauty of the American Muscle Icon!

For all those big time Ford Mustang fans, today we have prepared a video from our team`s visit at this year`s Essen Motor Show in Germany, in which you will get the chance to see one of the very best looking and most legendary models of the all American muscle history, the 1966 Ford Mustang, with a 289 cubic inch engine under the hood.

As you will see it for yourself in the video, the car has been completely restored and brought to the show in a perfect condition, to give the Europeans a chance to feel the allure of a classic American muscle.



Unlike its predecessors, the 1966 model of Ford Mustang was little bit restyled, and one of the most notable features was the addition of the floating horse on the front grill. Then there were the redesigned caps for the gas, the bright hood (to all the models), the regular rocker panel moldings, as well as the enhanced style of the steel wheels and the redesigned side chrome sides.

As above mentioned, this beauty is powered by a 289ci engine, mated to a three speed manual transmission -- a true icon of the begging of the American muscle car history. Check out the video and enjoy its timeless beauty.




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  1. Pennywise

    A Mustang is hardly a “Musclecar” with its puny 289 cui engine, which was considered weak even by the standards of ’66. Most cars back then had way more powerful 350+ cui engines. The Mustangs antiquated suspension wasn’t helping any either, making it a handful to handle at speed.

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