Added more photos of the rockers, door bottoms, trunk lids, and hood to show they're rust free. I will negotiate on price and if you don't want the carb, spare parts, and/or new tires I'll sell just the cars. The city is getting on me about having an unregistered/unlicensed car sitting outside (even though it's covered with a car cover.) So I need to move these cars.
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3000 OR BEST OFFER, and if my asking price is met I will throw in the new tires AND the restored carburetor AND all the spare parts including a never used original spare tire. All together that's over $2k in just parts!
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3500 OR BEST OFFER
UPDATE: If my asking price is met I will also include 4 new 1" whitewalls mounted on the original rims (cost of $600)
I also have a freshly RESTORED, not just rebuilt, original Autolite 4100 4 barrel 1.12 Venturi big block carb to replace the original Autolite 4300 carb (cost $500) that I will include if my asking price is met.
I have for sale a rare treat: not one but TWO 1967 Ford Thunderbirds, both two door Landau big block cars. Both are projects, have been stored in dry storage since the late 70's, and both have clean titles! They are project cars but do roll and steer. They are currently non running. Here's the details on the cars:
Both have clean titles, good trim, good interiors, good glass, good chrome, good Ford 9 inch rear ends (one is posi), and good flip up headlight assemblies.
The dark red one is an early production car, built in February 1967. It is complete minus engine and transmission. It is a factory 428 (VIN code Q), factory A/C, factory power driver's seat. It is RUST FREE! It does have hood, front bumper, and right front fender damage from when it was yanked out of it's barn by the previous owner. That's where the other car comes in.
The bright red (Candy Apple) car is a factory 390 big block 4V high compression car (VIN code Z) and is complete with engine and transmission. Engine is free, still has oil in it, the trans fluid is still bright red, so it will run. The interior is quite nice with only a minor split in the front seats. I have all four original hubcaps and even the original spare tire (unused). I purchased it from the original owner over 10 years ago. The downside of this one is that it has frame rust and body rust. Frame rust appears limited to below the driver's side door, and body rust is mainly the rockers, floor pans, and rear quarters. The trunk, shock towers, etc all are solid. I removed the gas tank and it looks clean inside. I took the wheels off to replace the brakes but everything has been reassembled for transport.
I also have MANY spare hard to find parts such as interior and exterior trim, door panels, switch's and controls, wiper motor (it's hydraulic, run off the power steering pump), an entire front grill and headlight setup from a California car, seat belts, radio antenna, etc. I will throw in the spare parts if my asking price is met.
For all of this I am asking $3000.This is a package deal; I will not split anything up. For someone with a cherry picker and a lift this will be an easy project. 1967 was a one year only body style before new federal safely regulations kicked in. There are not a lot of '67 two doors left. I just don't have the room or equipment to do what is needed done so don't be afraid to shoot me an offer.
I have well over $6,000 wrapped up in these cars so I'm taking a massive hit.
I don't need help selling, buyer is responsible for arranging transport/shipping, no solicitiaton, no warranties expressed or implied.
Pick of the Day is a 1955 Ford Thunderbird wearing ’56 Crown Vic trim
The Pick of the Day is a limited-production Ford with a fiberglass tonneau that conceals the rear seats
Pick of the Day is the ‘Vista Bird’ station wagon
Pick of the Day is a special-edition 1964 Ford Thunderbird
Hollywood celebrity memorabilia sale featured personal items from the ‘screen goddess’ that garnered astronomical bids
Owned and driven for years by the iconic Hollywood star, the car could be bid multiple times higher than the auction’s estimate
Pick of the Day driven less than 80,000 miles since new
Car is being sold because owner lost its indoor storage spot