1965 Ford Thunderbird. This car is beautiful. I'm unsure of the
mileage and believe it's a 390. The interior is in excellent
condition. Paint is almost perfect. There are a couple of small
paint chips due to driving and careless people. New quarters, trunk
done, exhaust new, new chrome bumpers, lots of parts already
purchased and not installed yet. I still have the new ford
distributor if you like the original. It has many new parts: new
valve covers, HEI ignition with new wires, shocks front and back,
strut rod bushings, extra rear shocks, etc. I put the extra in the
pictures. The tires in the pictures are NOT on the car. Those were
dry rotted and now have brand new Blackwall tires. Car runs well. I
have driven a little. Drove it from Macon with bad bushings that I
replaced. If you are looking for a car that has minor things to
address but a great start, you will want to see this. Minor things
that I know of: some windows don't go up or down. All did when I
got the car, so the change is recent. There is no water hose going
to the heater core. This was like it when I got it. That may be
considered more major than minor, but I want to make it known.
Overall, this car is a looker and would be great for the right
person. It is NOT an AC car. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
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