1966 Ford Mustang Convertible
6-cylinder engine with 3,269 cm³. Automatic transmission. Power steering.
Light blue colour with black leather.
The Ford Mustang was introduced in April 1964 at the New York World's Fair. Ford wanted to sell 100,000 Mustangs in the first year but reached this figure already 3 months after its launch. It was the start for a great success story. Buyers could choose between three different body styles: Coupé, Fastback and Convertible. Production of the first Mustang ("Mustang I") lasted until 1973, but with four major changes in styling ("Version 1-4") during that period.
This Mustang Convertible is an early Mustang of the period 1964-1966 with the clean und unspoilt styling of the first version. A similar car could be seen in the James Bond movie "Goldfinger" and the list of celebrity Mustang drivers also includes actress Marilyn Monroe or former US president Bill Clinton.
This light blue Convertible which is for sale in Bangkok, has been nicely restored and is one of the best examples of this legendary American sports car of the 60s.