Stock # EV689
Mileage: 88,400
VIN: 6F09A234857
302 V8 L
4 Speed Manual
Silver Frost Metallic
Black Vinyl

1966 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

Well-Serviced, Well-Documented
Originally an A-Code 289ci GT

VIN: 6F09A234857

Color: Silver Frost Metallic (4)
Trim: Black Crinkle Vinyl and Black Rosette Vinyl (26)
District Sales Office: Seattle (74)

Service Receipts (There are many more, less significant receipts as well):
1987 (54,000 miles and in Washington State): Remove 289 engine to make way for incoming 302. Fully rebuilt 302 supplied by customer. R/R cylinder head, scope engine, set timing, complete gasket set. Complete rebuild of 4spd transmission. Complete front end rebuild, all four shocks replaced. Install polished Magnum 500 wheels with caps and stainless lug nuts (14”x7”).
1989 (59,700 miles and in Washington State): Replace U-joints, pinion seal, and front wheel bearings. Rebuild brake calipers, replace pads and rotors.
1993 (in Washington State): Purchased another engine. Fully rebuilt Ford 302 engine from Aldridge Motorsports in Portland, Oregon. New flywheel, Magnum rocker arms, intake manifold, bell-housing and block plate, aluminum heads, etc. Oil pan was also hot tanked.
1994: Install 289 Cast headers (C5ZZ-9430/1-B)
1995: Replace coil spring, leaf spring, sway bar, sway bar bushings, sway bar end links, tie rod ends, and drum brake hardware.
2002 (in Santa Barbara, CA): Replace radiator
2003 (81,600 miles and in CA): Complete Centerforce clutch kit and throwout bearing. Replace drive shaft. Replace rear trans seals. New mufflers and tail pipes. Rebuild 9” rear end.
2004 (82,900 miles): New fuel pump and fittings, install new carb (Holley 600 double pumper), linkage, vacuum fittings, PCV valve, and fuel lines to tank. Install Accel linkage and dual return spring setup. New water pump, hoses, radiator, thermostat, upper alternator support bracket, and fan. Install new timing cover and timing chain, set timing. Replace air cleaner assembly, replace valve cover breather cap, replace crankshaft seal. Install new oil pan, pan gasket, oil pump, screen, and oil pressure switch. Install Ford Motorsports valve covers, plugs, and wires. Replace headlights, fog lights, window regulators, weatherstripping, rear main seal and pilot bushing. Replace wheel cylinders, brake lines, flex hoses, and parking brake spring kit. Replace all four shocks.
2005 (84,900 miles): Remove alarm system, replace wiring harness, and install a kill switch. Install new heater core. Install custom 1” sway bar and fit. Pressure wash and clean underbody, grease and oil prep underbody, then undercoat.
2013 (87,500 miles): Oil change, change fuel line and filter. Install new fog lamp switch, clean electrical connections. Replace battery cables.

This beautiful '66 Fastback has spent just about its entire life on the west coast. Delivered new to Seattle, the car was under long-term ownership in Bellevue, Washington, before being sold in 2002 to a gentleman in Santa Barbara, CA, where it remained until recently. As it sits, this is a very clean, phenomenally well-sorted, and well-documented example of what is arguably the best-looking iteration of Mustang.

- Please see the video along with the listing, as the car is shown in detail. Blemishes are shown close-up and in direct sunlight.
- Light blue metallic looks absolutely fantastic. Suits the car very well, and was clearly done to a high standard. Blemishes are very limited, and include a few chips on the passenger door, as well as a couple tiny, tiny bubbles under the paint towards the rear of the car.
- Glass and light lenses are all clear and crack-free.
- Wheels are excellent, with no curb rash, damage, or oxidation. Tires are in great shape at all four corners as well.
- Chrome is excellent throughout. No damage, no oxidation.

- Again, please defer to the photos and video. Black vinyl interior is in fantastic shape. No cracks in the dash pad, very little for signs of age throughout. Seats in both front and rear are free of any burst seams, scuffs, or discoloring, and the rear seat does fold down to make way for a respectable amount of cargo space.
- Rally gauges are a great look, and the gauges do not show much of any oxidation or aging. Odometer is functional and accurate and reads 88,400 miles. This is correct chassis mileage; the car runs a non-original 302ci V8, built and installed in 1993, with only about 20,000 miles on it. The transmission was rebuilt a few years prior to the engine, and only has about 30,000 miles since.
- Radio is functional, as is the fan/heat. No air conditioning.
- Black carpeting is in nice shape throughout, and the car will also come with a correct set of black rubber Mustang-branded floormats for front and rear.

Under the Hood / Underbody:
- Originally an A-code 289, that engine was abandoned in 1987 in favor of a 302, which was then replaced with another, fully-rebuilt, 302 in 1993.
- The car runs and drive extremely well. Fly in and drive home without a second thought. It fires right up, idles steady and cool, sounds fantastic, pulls hard through the gears, shifts smoothly, and brakes straight and effectively. The car feels very tight, well-put-together, and confidence-inspiring. It's geared for highway use, with a 3.15 rear end. Going back and forth between third and fourth gear at speed is right where this car is right at home. Not great in the city, but sensational once you're above say 30mph. Quite possibly the most well-sorted Mustang we've ever driven, and there's been many.
- Please take a look through the underbody photos, as it's documented in detail. Underbody is fantastic. No rust, leaks, or damage. This car has lived in dry areas, been garage-kept and babied and it shows. The underbody was professionally cleaned and undercoated in 2005, and has held up very well.
- This car is turn-key. A ready driver. Absolutely no tendencies of concern.

With any further questions, requests, or to discuss purchasing, please reach out to Jake at 773-267-2684.

1966 Ford

Mustang GT Fastback

Stock # EV689