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Ford needs your help identifying this mystery 1966 mid-engine Mustang prototype

If your first reaction to the image of this odd two-seat, mid-engine Ford Mustang prototype is the squint, furrow your brow, and scratch your head, then take solace that you’re in good company. In fact, even Ford is stumped as to the story behind this 1966 mid-ship pony. After consulting Ford and Mustang experts for more than five years, the Blue Oval is hoping you, dear reader, are sitting on the scoop. Read the full article on Hagerty.com:

 

https://www.hagerty.com/media/automotive-history/ford-needs-your-help-identifying-this-mystery-1966-...

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Cool car with vintage look

Passenger

I have no knowledge but has anyone tried to enlarge the photos (especially photo #2) with all of the designs and everything on the back walls to see if they are labeled in any way. I don't know if the photo on the left side of the extended wall is the photo or not.

Just a thought.

Sincerely,

Linda Mickel 

Passenger

it is the mach II, look at chap 9 in the Kar Kraft book.

Passenger

What a cool story and piece of history - can’t wait to see how it develops!

Community Manager

Take a look at the red car in the last photo, and compare it to the Corvair Monza GT concept car (which actually ran!).

Passenger