1966 in a Nutshell
In 1966, knowing that Chevrolet and Pontiac were hot on their heals with their own Pony Cars to become available in 1967, Ford used the "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" idea with the popular Mustang. The more extensive redesign would wait until the next year. However, in order to keep Mustang fresh, some slight changes were made.  New wheel covers, some new exterior colors and an assortment of other new or added features make the 1966 Mustang unique as well as so similar to its predecessor of the year before.

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