1966 Mustang Parts
Looking for 1966 Mustang parts? Keep an eye out. This Ford Mustang section includes information, product links and Mustang pictures.
And remember, that you can save a lot of money with used parts for your coupe, convertible or fastback.
While checking out your major city or local papers used to be a decent source, the best place for used pieces now seems to be on Craigslist. And fortunately, there are a number of pieces that are common from the 1965 and 1966 Ford Mustang, making it even easier to get what you need.
Fortunately, many parts are standard replacement parts and cover several model years.
For 1964 1/2 to 1967 Mustang models, many engine,brake and suspension parts are carried over.
Common parts for 1964 1/2, 1965, and 1966 Mustangs:
Suspension, Transmission, and Electrical
parts for the 1966 Mustang and earlier cars.
Body Kits -
- Information and listings for Mustang Body Kits
Get better stopping power.
Mustang Disc Brake Kits easily convert your classic Mustang.
Boost horsepower on your V8 powered classic, with
a good set of Mustang headers
Dress up your pony car with custom
Rear Brake Job
Rear Drum Brakes
Looking for a cheap rear brake job? Here's a how-to article and some good pictures to make an easy job of replacing
Mustang rear brake shoes,hardware and brake drums
If you're lucky enough to live in an area that has a few classic Mustang parts stores like I do, that's great.
But if you don't have that close access and need some new sheet metal, body panels, bumpers and maybe some hard to find 1966 Mustang parts, there are some good online stores that have been around for quite a few years, and with good prices and delivery.
A few, to start you off, are Dallas Mustang, CJ Pony Parts, Kentucky Mustang and NPD. But that's just the beginning (and I know that I'm going to be hearing from the others for not mentioning them).
In particular for early cars like the 1966 Mustang, you can expect to find virtually every part ever made in reproduction, to the point that you could, if you had the right sized wallet actually build up your own pony car from all new parts.
And that brings us to a fairly new discovery. Ford Motor Company has now licensed the rights to Dynacorn to reproduce a completely new 65-66 convertible and fastback body for about $15,500.
Just think. No rust, no body panels to straighten, no floors and cowls to replace... ahhh.
Compare that to the cost of having all that work done (if you are not doing the restoration yourself) and you might find that buying the new shell is in fact cheaper than to cut and replace.
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