Many of the 1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz rental cars saw some time at the track – hence the car’s nickname “Rent-A-Racer” – but few have probably been raced as much as this example here that …

eBay Find: 1966 Ford Mustang Limousine

Friday, July 12th, 2013

Want a classic Mustang but need more room than the 2+2 seating provides? We’ve got just the thing. Specialty Sales Classics in Redwood City, CA has a 1966 Ford Mustang Limousine for sale complete with …

We love each and every creation that comes from the Ring Brothers, so when one comes up for sale, particular a Ford Mustang, it definitely sparks some interest. That’s why this listing of a 1966 Mustang Fastback caught our eye, as it’s one of the very special creations to come from the Wisconsin-based shop. Nicknamed “Bailout,” the Mustang initially debuted at the 2012 SEMA Show and features a Keith Craft-built 602 horsepower 427 cubic inch engine mated to a Tremec T56 6-speed transmission, a carbon fiber roof, Forgeline WC3 wheels, …

The year was 1965. Having successfully launched the Mustang in the United States the previous year, Ford was hoping to promoate the car in Europe through motorsports. Already the Mustang had taken a 1-2 class victory at the Tour de France Automobile road rally the year before with the support of Holman & Moody, and Ford’s top brass held a meeting to discuss how to become further involved in racing in Europe. After a chance meeting with executives Martini & Rossi (who would form Martini Racing a few years later), …

This 1966 Mustang Fastback built by Pure Vision Design – the same company responsible for the 1969 Anvil Mustang – looks fantastic with its Martini Racing livery. In fact, it would be one of our favorite Mustangs at this year’s SEMA show with just the paint scheme, but the true beauty of the car lies beneath the hood – a genuine 1960s Ford Indy Car V8.
Peter Harksell of Pure Vision Design tells us that the inspiration for this special Mustang comes from an imaginary meeting between Ford executives in the …

This 1966 Mustang coupe stood out in the crowd of show cars here at SEMA with its four-inch fender flares and huge front splitter and rear wing. Owned by Filip Trojanek, this Mustang is built purely for road racing with a CorteX SLA front suspension and watts linkage, Öhlins TTX coilover suspension, and Jongbloed 18-inch split-spoke racing wheels and Stoptech brakes both front and rear. Inside is a CorteX roll cage built by Kertz Fabrication,  OMP race seats and a Personal Racing steering wheel. The Ford faithful won’t be happy …

Here’s a really cool story that’s been dug up from the Mustang vaults. Back in 1966 Ford wanted to celebrate the fact that its Mustang was the hottest-selling car in America and so it was decided they would display one of their cars on the 86th floor of the Empire State Building.
How did they […]

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