Beautiful car..this was up for auction at last year's Zephyrhills Florida show. Interesting paint combination..and you will have to go a long way to find one with such a nice interior. Notice the swing-away wheel that helped drivers enter and exit the car. Notice the full gauge assortment in binnacles that faced the driver. Overhead there are controls too...the overall atmosphere is that you're in the cockpit of a plane! The interestingly formed back seat is curved so as to wrap around the sides.
1964 Ford Thunderbird coupe
Only 35,000 miles on this beauty! This is one of my favorite cars..very
modern, aircraft inspired interior.
A lounge type rear seat cushion. Nice luxury touches like complete
instrumentation in those binnacles, swing away steering wheel when the car
is placed in Park. Nice console too. A friend had the convertible version
of this car. The venerable 390 c.i., 300 hp engine motivated the car.
1959 Ford Galaxie Ranchero
What a nice sport ute! A vehicle like this would have been in production
forever in Australia..I don't really know why they ceased production here.
It's propelled by a 292 c.i. Y block V8, and it has Fordomatic. The 1960
model was downsized to a Falcon chassis..and that may be a reason why it
didn't continue. According to the owner, this was the biggest Ranchero
ever built, based on a full sized Ford car chassis, the Galaxie. And I'm
sure it's quite rare...I don't remember seeing one before.
1968 Ford Thunderbird hardtop
Really a beautiful example. I really am a fan of this color for this car!
Nice hideaway headlamps, big trunk, rear seat that makes a slight turn as
it meets the side of the vehicle.....and the owners are only the second to
own this car! It's always nice to have the original window sticker for a
1967 Ford Thunderbird 4 door
This is the first year for this body style...note the 4 door model with
the rear "suicide" doors. A two door version was also produced. This is a
BIG car..and Ford at the time evidently interpreted a personal car as a BIG
car! Note the vinyl roof..and the rear door opened into it...an unusual
arrangement. The front headlights were concealed. This was evidently the
next step in making Thunderbird a luxury model. It still retained many of
the "aircraft" features of the earlier models.
1964 T Bird Street Rod "One Bad Bird"
A 1964 Ford T-Bird with a late model Cobra Motor in it...Been in the same
family since it was new...cool car with a cool story behind it...Check it
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1962 Ford Thunderbird 390 V8 - Nicely Restored Classic Car
I thought you might like a look at this very slick 1962 Ford Thunderbird.
It's still powered by the original 390 FE series V8, backed by a 3 spd
automatic trans. It's in very original condition, with only a light
restoration. The paint is slick, there interior is well kept, and the car
runs great. This would make a really fun cruiser. I hope you find it
interesting, thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St. Louis, MO
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1963 Ford Thunderbird Landau 390 V8 4 BBL
I thought you might like a look at this 1963 Ford Thunderbird Landau. The
Landau edition came with a special vinyl top treatment and additional wood
grain in the interior. It's powered by a 390 FE series V8, cranking out
300 HP and 427 LbFt of Torque. Inside, you'll find bucket seats, power
windows, air conditioning, and even a swing away steering column. It's been
a number of years since this car was restored, but it's still looking good.
I hope you find it interesting, thanks for watching!
Filmed at Country Classic Cars in Staunton, IL
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1955 Ford Thunderbird Roadster Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
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