Blue blood: ’66 Ford Mustang GT
The Mustang was such a success, they made over a million in a very short time. And like Burger King, you could have it your way. How much fun must it have been to sit with the order book. Tons of colors, trim, packages, engines, body styles, oh boy! Who knew back then what would make your Mustang stand out from all others. Okay, so you didn’t want the K-code option because you couldn’t live with the 90-day warranty and an automatic was preferred. No automatic K-codes for the general public. So you checked off the A-code and then a GT package or PIO – Performance Image Options. That was smart. You also got disc brakes and the Pony/luxury interior. How about dark blue exterior and light blue inside. Nice. Fast forward to like September 18, 2013 and you will discover that we want to buy your car desperately. It is one of the nicest notchbacks we’ve seen in a long time. Okay, I would probably prefer a 4-speed but it isn’t a deal breaker. The listing tells the entire story of what was done to make this car so desirable. The price is $24,500. That’s quit a bit of appreciation from the day it was new. But in the scheme of things, it sounds inexpensive to us. Click here to contact the seller.