1966 (2) FORD THUNDERBIRD TOWN HARDTOP 1 is Q Code 428 A/C (1 price 2 cars)
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Thunderbird
- SubModel: TOWN HARDTOP
- Type: Coupe
- Year: 1966
- Mileage: 100,000
- VIN: 6Y81Q134113
- Color: White
- Engine size: 428
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Options: Leather Seats
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1966 Ford Thunderbird TOWN HARDTOP
YOU'RE BUYING BOTH CARS and will get both cars for the selling price!!!!!!!!!!!!
I live just outside Los Angeles but own the property and the cars where both cars are located. You can call/txt me California time 7am-11pm 661 286 1171
My brother or mother who live less than 3 miles from them willallow you to have accessand hand you the titles after purchase.
Come inspect them or buy them according to what you see in the pictures. I'min Los Angeles currently and don't remember current mileage on either one. Both of the are around 100K again they arenot priced like they are show cars.
Town Cars no 1/4 rear window, es they are pretty rare, specially with Black Interiors.
Both cars have clear titles and in my name.
Plates go with the purchase they do NOT need to be surrendered
Cars are in a barn so they can be seen anytime (rain or at night).
I was driving both of these cars in Los Angeles until I brought them here to the Saratoga NY area.
You are buying both cars. Neither one have ever seen or been in the snow.
Most of these cars from the factory did not have black interiors (these did).
White one is 428 originally Red Original black interior
6Y81Q134113 63C T 56 05A 71 1 4
Bronze is 390 Original paint Original black interior
6Y81Z006285 63C B 16 25K 71 1 8
White one runs and drives brakes need adjusting and the also the carb especiallynow that the elevation is different than Los Angeles.
Bronze one has a 390 which the top of the motor is taken apart to see why is was missing on one cylinder, ll the parts are there to put it back together. I forgot butI'm pretty sure Ifound one bent pushrod on passenger side of the engine 2nd cylinder back from the front.
Don't waste our time trying to tell me that there is this and that wrong with it. They are not perfect but are in very good shape and priced to sell.