1965 Ford Thunderbird Immaculate, Pristine Condition Rebuilt Engine & Trans! on 2040-cars
Great River, New York, United States
Selling my 65 Thunderbird. Car has been preserved in my garage for most of its life. Its really been used as just a weekend car, and show car.
The engine and automatic transmission of this vehicle have been completely rebuilt. It runs as if it just came off the showroom floor back in the 60's.
Interior is in pretty great shape, its the factory creme leather.
The car has been professionally painted with 2 coats of black and 3 coats of high gloss clear paint and sealed.
Original factory ford thunderbird wheels and rims.
True Classic / Historical Vehicle, and this one has been meticulously maintained.
Selling it for cheap, asking $10,500.
Call or Text Dennis for more information or more pictures at 631-496-6551
Located in Long Island, NY.
Thank You for looking!
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