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My '66 Mustang coupe

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289 4V with a mild cam, roller rockers and screw-in studs, C-4, 16:1 Steering, disc brake swap with dual system master cylinder, 1" anti roll bar, aluminum radiator, lowered front and rear

My '66 Mustang coupe

Reply #1
Nice. The panther wheels look good on it
2015 Mustang GT Premium - 5.0, 6-speed, Guard Green - too much awesome for one car

1988 5.0 Thunderbird :birdsmily: SOLD SEPT 11 2010: TC front clip/hood ♣ Body & paint completed Oct 2007 ♣ 3.55 TC rear end and front brakes ♣ TC interior ♣ CHE rear control arms (adjustable lowers) ♣ 2001 Bullitt springs ♣ Energy suspension poly busings ♣ Kenne Brown subframe connectors ♣ CWE engine mounts ♣ Thundercat sequential turn signals ♣ Explorer overhead console (temp/compass display) ♣ 2.25" off-road dual exhaust ♣ T-5 transmission swap completed Jan 2009 ♣

My '66 Mustang coupe

Reply #2
Those are from a '97 Crown Vic, and to my surprise, 'Made in Italy.'

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My '66 Mustang coupe

Reply #3
I would never have thought Panther mesh wheels would look that good on a Mustang!  Nice car!
'88 'bird, 10.9:1 306 w/TFS top end, forged rods/pistons, T-5 swap & bunch of other stuff, 1-family owned, had it since ‘98, 5.0tbrd88 on Instagram and YouTube

My '66 Mustang coupe

Reply #4
I had a Vic with those wheels and said, 'if I ever get another Mustang that's what's going on it.'
I was not surprised that they looked so good.  Just a nice wheel design.  They're big with the import guys too.  Especially the 240SX's.
The would look great on a T-bird too.