This Mustang belongs to Lea Bradley in Sacramento, California. Her great uncle, Dave purchased it new in 1966 from Beverly Hills Ford. The car has always been in our family. The restoration began twelve years ago and was completed recently. Everything was there when we began, and it was all original. The floor pans were rusty and had to be replaced. All the sheet metal and glass are original. We painted it the original color (Ivy Green) and kept everything original with one modification -- Lea's mother insisted on the roll bar, since it's a convertible. The car is a real head turner, and everywhere we take it people ask if they can buy it. The car was built in San Jose. It has a standard 289 V8 engine with an automatic transmission, power steering, and power top. The license plates are original too. Most of the replacement parts were purchased from Virginia Classic Mustang Inc.
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Monday, November 9, 2009
1966 Mustang Convertible Customer Car Feature
As we have mentioned before, we absolutely love to see and hear about our customers' Mustangs. Thanks to Al Bradley for taking the time to send us these images of this 1966 Mustang Convertible along with a little story!