1966 Ford Mustang 200 Specs?

Answer The 1966 Ford Mustang was equipped with a 200 cubic inch six-cylinder engine as standard equipment. The 200 was considered an upgrade over the earlier 170 cubic inch engine that had appeared in the... Read More »

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1966 Ford Mustang Specifications?

The 1966 Ford Mustang was largely unchanged from the 1965 model. However, sales in 1966 grew substantially over the previous year. The Mustang was available with a number of different options, incl... Read More »

1966 Ford 289 Specs?

The 289 was the largest small-block V8 engine produced by Ford in 1965. The 289 was available in three different versions. The base model version featured a two-barrel carburetor, while the high-pe... Read More »

How Do I Change the Radiator in a 1966 Ford Mustang?

The 1966 Mustang's cooling system includes a radiator, a thermostat, a water pump and two radiator hoses. As the engine rotates, the water pump draws coolant into the engine from the radiator via t... Read More »

1966 Ford Mustang Panel Repair?

A early Ford Mustang now is over 40 years old, and unlike today's cars, the body was not dip-treated to prevent rust and corrosion. Most unrestored Mustangs are going to have rust in several areas,... Read More »