1966 Ford Thunderbird
Car for sale by The Last Detail in North Chicago, Illinois 60064
We've picked 11 classics, built between 1965 and 1998 that we feel offer a blend of style, individuality and performance. If you look through the classifieds of this magazine, on the AutoTrader.com website, or attending swap meets, you'll find that there are still a healthy number of bargains.
In just a few short years, Walter P. Chrysler took his company from an unknown automotive manufacturer to fourth in the industry. Walter Chrysler was a perfectionist with a deep mechanical background. This aspect, probably more than anything, helped to make Chrysler Corporation grow quickly.
Classic Car Overview
STUNNING QUALITY WHITE EXTERIOR W/59K MILES
HIGHLY ORIGINAL WITH CONCOURS FIT & FINISH
METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED BLUE INTERIOR
315 HP 390 CI V-8/ CRUISE-O-MATIC AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
EQUIPPED WITH FACTORY A/C, POWER WINDOWS, BRAKES & STEERING
POWER DRIVERS SEAT AND FOLDING PASSENGER SEAT
FABULOUS AIRCRAFT COCKPIT-INSPIRED INTERIOR DESIGN
SWIVEL SLIDING STEERING RACK AND AM RADIO
FRONT DISC BRAKES & SEQUENTIAL TAILLIGHTS
FRESHLY SERVICED AND DETAILED
Following the 1961-63 Bullet Bird, the fourth-generation 1964-66 Ford Thunderbird lineup was informally known as the Flair Bird or Glamor Bird for good reason, sporting handsome, all-new styling. Some innovations intended for the new Thunderbird line were delayed for the launch year and only reached production by 1965, including standard front disc brakes and eye-catching sequential rear turn-signal indicators, which finally overcame approval delays in certain states. Thunderbird sales remained strong, despite significant internal competition from the newly introduced Mustang after mid-1964. Jet Age styling cues, especially inside, set the 1964-66 Thunderbirds apart from the competition and continue to captivate enthusiasts and collectors today. As always, the Thunderbird offered plenty of power and delivered effortless cruising with the standard 4-barrel 390 CI V-8 engine uprated to 315 horsepower for 1966.
A compelling, highly original example, this 1966 Ford Thunderbird hardtop sports one concours level repaint in the original, factory-specified Code M White over original Trim Code 42 Blue upholstery. In addition to its fabulous aircraft-inspired design cues including overhead controls, this very fine 1966 Thunderbird is well equipped and optioned with an AM radio, power window lifts, power brakes, power steering, power drivers seat, reclining passenger seat, rare factory air conditioning, swiveling steering rack and front disc brakes. A 315-horsepower 390 CI V-8 engine provides effortless cruising in concert with the Thunderbirds standard Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission and highway-friendly 3.00:1 rear axle. Also included is the original data sheet. A recent test drive confirms this Thunderbirds excellent driving experience to match its great appearance and overall quality. Contact us and come see it for yourself and make this exceptional 1966 Ford Thunderbird hardtop in time for summer driving enjoyment, shows, and cruises!
Classic Car ID101589828
Transmission3 Speed Automatic
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