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I am looking for a restored 66 gt conv. Emberglo. Will consider other colors, but Emberglo is really what I am after. Definitely want one that has been restored and done right....which is a rare....as I am finding out!!! Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!
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Emberglo is a rare, one-year-only color on the Mustang. Finding a convertible makes it more rare. Finding a GT convertible in Emberglow, even Mr Spock would have trouble calculating the odds.
You may want to consider having one changed to suit your wishes.
I can see why you'd want one:
Wow, that is a sweet one! Forgot to mention, it doesn't have to be a true GT...which will make my search a little easier. By the way, it's for my father in law, I am into fastbacks with stripes on them...lol
ya i would keep checking craigslist and i know their are a couple other strictly muscle car selling sites that are around. Good luck to ya
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Painting a car to the color you want will be cheaper than finding one, especially that unique a color, in a convertible. Speaking from experience even if there is little to no rust on the car the mechanics can really run a bill up in a hurry. If you are going to pay that kind of money for a restored car make sure to have it inspected by someone that knows what to look for.
I set out to look for an Emberglo 66 Convertible as well (I had an Emberglo coupe in my youth), but I ended up with one in Wimbledon White because it was such a good car in terms of condition and originality.
Who knows, maybe you will get lucky, but as others have suggested, don't let color get in the way of buying a better car.
1966 Mustang Conv.
Ivy Gold Luxury Int.
I have an emberglo coupe with emberglo/parchment pony interior, A engine, GT quick steering, Gt exhaust, rally wheels. I bought 2 years ago from the original owner. Interior complete restored. outside-new paint
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