What I know of it's history

I’ve traced the car’s history back to the middle 80’s. The guy that bought it back then told me he was the one who customized it to how it was when I purchased it. He told me his friend, Norm Weinraub* helped him decide the colors and overall look. He went to lots of shows with it and according to him it took a lot of trophies. He sold it in 2002. The next owner only had it a year as his wife wanted a Corvette instead?? The next owner, the one before me, also had to sell it after a year as his wife hated it?? He put it up on eBay in December 2004 where I bought it. Lucky for me, my wife likes it :-). I intend to keep it and the plan is to bring most of it back to how it was from the factory.

*Weinraub was quite famous for doing 1965-66 Mustangs in red, white, and blue color themes. Reportedly, in 1989 one of Weinraub’s customized 1966 Mustang Convertibles went for, at the time, a stunning $50K at a Barrett-Jackson auction. Because of the red/white/blue theme on the cars, some called them The Circus Cars :-)

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 Trunk

 

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