Historic cars are meant to be driven, shared and enjoyed. This 1966 is no exception and is driven every week that the snow isn't flying in Ohio. The interior was restored to be completely stock including the working am/fm radio, gages and dash clock. Sometime during its 54 year life the original engine went missing and was replace with a 1969 350 horse 350 engine. Since it is no longer a numbers matching car, a few upgrades were made under the hood to improve drivability and reliability. A MSD electronic ignition system, Holley 750 CFM double pump carburetor, larger cam shaft, and Dewit twin fan big block radiator were all added to improve performance. Additionally a dual master cylinder, power brake booster and wildwood disk brakes along with power steering were also installed to improve the drivability. Last but not least vintage air conditioning was added to ensure the driver remains comfortable on those hot sunny days even when cruising with the white convertible top down.