1966 Ford Mustang ‘Pro Touring’: A Classic Icon Transformed for Modern Thrills

Collecting Cars is currently offering a 1966 Ford Mustang ‘Pro Touring’. It is a highly customized example of the iconic American muscle car that’s designed for daily and high-speed track driving. This restomod combines the power and composure of a modern race car wrapped in a classic Ford Mustang body.

This Pro Touring Mustang is clad in green metallic while featuring a black and cream vinyl-trimmed interior. is finished in a handsome shade of green metallic over a black and cream vinyl-trimmed interior, with embossed ‘pony’ specification seat inserts. It’s also been fitted with built-in subframe connectors, a Moser rear end, Wilwood rear brakes, coilover suspension, digital cabin instruments, a computerised fuel injection system and a four-point roll cage.

Power is sourced from a 331ci (5.4-litre) V8 that features FAST fuel injection, a Powerdyne supercharger, and water injection, and was rated to deliver 700hp to the rear wheels via a three-speed Lentech automatic transmission with overdrive.

This Pro Touring Mustang is an impressive example of the iconic American muscle car that boasts a powerful supercharged V8 engine and several handling upgrades. Heavily customized and modified to deliver a truly visceral driving experience, it is ready to be enjoyed as a daily driver and as a track-day companion. See the full listing on Collecting Cars.

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