Black Plate Southern CA rust free car. 1965 FORD T.BIRD / Odometer:
6,000 / Exterior Color: Baby Blue / Interior Color: Blue / Engine:
390 V8 /Transmission: Automatic 3 Speed / VIN: 5Y83Z134057 /
Features: Power Windows and Driver Seat, swing away wheel. This is
a restorable 1965 Ford Thunderbird 2 door hardtop. It has a 390
8cyl. Engine rebuilt approximately 5,000 miles ago. The automatic
transmission is a FMX which is in good condition also. Runs great!
It has working sequential turn signals, good tires with nice tread,
all four original hub caps, and original am radio. All glass and
chrome inside and out is in good shape. Headliner is new and very
good shape. All gauges work. Barrel type speedometer works great,
has classic T-Bird swing away steering column, power brakes, and
new brakes, Power steering and power windows. Driver Power Seat.
Almost original new carpet.Condition: The car has never been
wrecked and the body is straight. But it has some dents here and
there, There is no rust . the vehicle is not currently in running
condition. The vehicle has been sitting in a driveway in southern
CA for about a few years . This is the type of vehicle that will
need some attention before it's roadworthy. You would want to drain
the gas out of it for instance and replace the fuel filter. It will
need a tune-up . you would want to inspect the brakes and tires
before accelerating down the road. The paint is probably a little
sun-faded and perhaps oxidized. As it sits, it's a
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