1966 Ford Mustang GT Coupe at the Radnor Hunt Concours, 2013

The original Mustang is a shape that’s known worldwide as one of the first affordable sports coupes that was accessible to everyone.  I’ve always been a fan of the first generation model, ever since I helped a friend of mine tear down a moribund ’66 model in his garage as a kid.  This black 1966 model is a hardtop–not the most desirable body style, but it was clean and very straight.  This one’s fitted with all the right accouterments from the era, including the imitation mag wheels, red line tires, a black vinyl roof, and red stripes to set off that raven-black paint.  The interior looked strong as well, with full instrumentation, a four-speed manual transmission, and a full center console with the top-line trim.  I’m always a fan of the early Mustangs that have been kept clean and have been well-looked-after, and this one was a great example of what I like to see.  Enjoy the photos.

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