Gateway Classic Cars Las Vegas is proud to present, this elegant
1965 Ford Thunderbird 2-Door Hardtop.This vehicle falls into the
fourth generation of Ford's "personal luxury" cars that was
produced from 1964-1966. There were a couple changes for '65 from
'64 models including the 'Thunderbird' script on the hood being
replaced by an emblem, addition of sequential turn signals and
standard front disc brakes. The Thunderbird in 1965 started
competing with Ford's blockbuster hit Mustang, which did affect
sales numbers slightly but by no means meant this car was any less
desirable. This Thunderbird is painted in Emerald Green and its
hard not to fall for the beautiful, aerodynamic lines and
shimmering chrome everywhere you look. The 60's was an era of
excess that's for sure! You don't get a puny powerplant either; the
390 CID V8 engine that the was rebuilt. An automatic transmission
came standard with this car. The beautifully Black leather is
complimented by a full instrument cluster. Meanwhile, convenience
options like an A/C, AM/FM radio, power seat, power windows, power
steering, power brakes and white wall tires are just some of the
things to enjoy on this classic Thunderbird. The mid-'60s
Thunderbirds are really starting to get noticed by both collectors
and enthusiasts alike.
1965 Ford Thunderbird
Exterior Color:Emerald Green
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