1965 Ford Thunderbird, clean title in hand. Odometer shows under
95k miles. 390 V8, automatic transmission. Runs and drives, however
you can't go very far as it needs a new (or rebuilt) radiator and
possibly water pump. I have a new thermostat but not yet installed.
New parts include stainless steel brake lines (except for 2 small
lines I had to bend myself with copper lines), new calipers up
front, brake pads and resurfaced front rotors, resurfaced drums in
the rear along with new shoes/springs/drum cylinders, replaced
master cylinder, stainless gas lines, new gas tank, sending unit.
Powder coated major suspension components up front and replaced
almost all front bushings, ball joints, new coil springs and shocks
etc. New heavy duty front sway bar hasn't been installed yet. Media
blasted front wheel wells and rubber coated. Media blasted trunk
and treated with Eastwood products. Needs weather stripping in
trunk to seal properly. Trunk channel needs replacing along the
top- I have new metal channels, not yet installed. All window
motors need attention. Sequential rear turn signals in working
order, really cool. Headliner needs to be pinned back up- but has a
small hole on passenger side. I have the fender skirts and 3
hubcaps, missing one. Has been repainted original color at some
point. Could be color sanded and buffed to make a cool
survivor/patina look. Needs complete exhaust system replaced from
manifold to tail pipe. Rust? Very little. Floor pans are all solid,
no holes. The original undercoating is peeling off, but that
coating protected the floor pans through all of these years. Small
spots on lower doors at the corners. Smaller spot below rear window
on passenger side. Trunk channel as mentioned earlier and battery
tray needs to be replaced (I have that part too). Spare tire and
jack parts included. 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
1965 Ford Thunderbird
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