1966 T Bird Landau Coupe No Reserve Hot Rod Rat Custom Low Rider Lead Sled 66 65 on 2040-cars
Atascadero, California, United States
Drive Type: Rear
Selling my 66 Thunderbird. This is a No reserve auction so bid to win!
I got this car from a friend with a signed title and told it's registered as NON OP. The reason I am selling is because I have far to many projects and would like to see someone get it on the road since I don't have the time. As you can see in the photos someone disassembled the car and made a new wire harness for it. All the wires are labeled. There is a rebuilt 360 FE motor in the engine bay. The motor is not mounted its just sitting on the crossmember. The stock tranny is mounted in the car it just doesn't have a torque converter. It also comes with a complete C6 transmission. The interior is in good shape with only a few small blemishes and tiny tears. It appears that this car is complete and ready for an easy do it at home resto! There is a little bit of rust on the hood but that is the only rust I have found. There is a driver quality house of colors blue on the roof and a flat gray body. The car has been lowered and all the body trim has been shaved for that custom lowrider look. There is a true dual exhaust system with glass pack mufflers all the way out back.
If you have any questions please feel free to email Text or call Scott at 8O5 8O1 9541. Buyer is responsible for pick up and I can store for a reasonable amount of time for you to arrange pick up.
I am located in Atascadero Ca 93422
Thanks for looking this bird is the word!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Auto blogMon, 01 Jul 2013
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