Would you restore it, or would you give this Mustang the V8 it never had? For Mustang fans, that answer might take some serious soul searching.
Of interesting note, and as pointed out over on Barnfinds, this ’66 would appear to be one of the rarer “bench seat” cars. In 1966, front bucket seats came standard on all Ford Mustang, however convertibles and hardtops (such as this) could be optioned up with a “full-width” front seat, which featured a wide armrest that could either be flipped down or up to create more room. Period literature claims it was only available with four different interior color schemes.
So what do you think, Internets? Go for power with the V8, or keep it accurate with the straight-six?