AutoBarn Classic Cars
325 McGill Ave., Ste 500
STK 2606 1967 Ford Thunderbird
The fifth generation Thunderbird was a relatively large personal luxury car produced by Ford from 1967 thru 1971 and was a major change in direction for the model. The introduction of the Mustang in 1964 had actually challenged Thunderbird's market position as a sporty 4-seater and sales suffered. Ford's response was to move the Thunderbird upmarket and emphasize the 'luxury' designation. This 1967 Thunderbird coupe is original except for a single-stage respray of Wimbledon White. A black vinyl top in excellent condition and plenty of chrome compliment the classic lines. It should be noted that there is some minor cracking of the white finish in a few spots. The black vinyl interior of this luxury coupe is in very good condition. It is nicely equipped with air conditioning, tinted windows, AM/FM radio, full gauge package and remote driver's mirror. In addition, for ease of entry and exit, the entire steering wheel assembly slides 10" to the right. There is a crack in the dash pad, but overall the dash is in excellent original condition. Horsepower is furnished by a 390ci Thunderbird Special V-8 engine that outputs 315bhp with single 4-barrel carburetor and 10.5:1 compression. The big FE motor runs superbly and the current owner believes that it has never been rebuilt. It is backed by Ford's classic 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission and factory differential with stock gearing. Power steering and power disc/drum brakes were included as standard equipment. White-wall radial tires are mounted on factory steel wheels with original spinner hubcaps and the dual exhaust system w/cross-over pipe appears to be a recent upgrade. There are very few of these classic Thunderbirds around for the serious Ford hobbyist, far fewer in this original condition. This Blue Oval belongs in your collection. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
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