Black vinyl buckets are the preferred interior in any muscle car, and the “Western Scroll” treatment given for the ’66 Satellite provide a very dressed-up look. The original gauge bezels are in excellent condition, and are joined in the dash by a factory AM radio that remarkably still works. In the center of the dash and underneath you’ll find a set of vents for the factory A/C system that’s a fantastic option to a car built for road trips, and it’s still pumping cold R12 air into the cabin.
75-inch axle out back, a combination that’s been proven over the decades, and power steering moves the vehicle with relative ease. The exhaust may very well be original, which might be the car’s biggest testament to originality, and the floors are solid and honest, albeit not dressed for show. Low-key blackwall radials wrap around Keystone slot mags and look amazing with the rest of the car’s exterior.