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1967 Ford Thunderbird Base Hardtop 2-Door 6.4L, Original Condition, Daily Driver

1967 Ford Thunderbird

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Thunderbird
Type: Hardtop
Trim: Base Hardtop 2-Door
Year: 1967
Mileage: 117,171
VIN: 7Y81Z138125
Color: Light Green Metalic
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: U/K
Interior color: Light Green
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Shelton, Washington, United States
Power Windows
Leather Seats

Description for Ford Thunderbird 1967

LOW RESERVE of $4500 - I figured it would be easier just to tell you the reserve price.
High Bidder Will Win this ThunderBird on 07/15/15
This T Bird is in original Condition - 48 yrs old and Original- Great looking Driver
Not perfect, ut very nice
1967 Ford ThunderBird
390 V8
117,000 miles
Repaint in 1999- Looks very good
Car runs and drives beautifully- Turn key
Car was parked in storage for the last 10 years.
07/08/15 we put in plugs, luids and she fired right up.
We took her on a 130 mile round trip run to Seattle and back with no problems
We washed her up. She looks and runs as Sexy as she did in 1967.
I am being Nit Picky with the following- I want to point out everything I would notice and possibly want to rectify as a buyer. If your not to concerned, rive her as is...She's ready to FLY!
Headlight Vacuum lines should be replaced- I noticed a crack in a hose and the Head light Flips are not engaging fully- Headlights do work- I manually opened the flips. Hi/Low Beams work correctly. Easily Accessible. Look at picture 18 to see me pointing at cracked rubber hose. A splitter or new hose should correct the issue.
Drivers seat has a few 1/2"- 1" splits in the Seat area- Backing is very good- easy fix and you can keep the interior original
Passenger Seat and Rear seat are 90% perfect. Small Blemishes
Door Panels all look good and sound
Chrome is very good all around
Body is (almost perfect )straight
Paint is Good Driver Quality- Light Green with a Metallic- Looks incredible in person
Surface rust under Hood and under carriage- No Holes and no brittle areas . We live in Washington- Surface rust can be found on 5 year old cars.
Passenger side Pillar does have some rust bubbles. Other than that Paint and body are very, ery good. Bubbles are not cracking paint. We took pictures 12 inches from this area and Videos 36 inches from the car.
Brakes replaced- Disc Brakes work perfectly
Tires have about 900 miles on them
Front Power Windows are working- Small rear windows need to be checked. I can hear the Actuator click, owever they are not in working order
Glass is good all around
Doors and Trunk open and close smooth and tight.
Hood should have a slight Adjustment done. Sits a little high (1/4 inch) near back.
Car drives Straight
Trunk carpet is pulled out- light surface rust in Trunk. Scotch pad will take it off. Trunk should have rubber seals replaced.
Interior Carpet is original- shows signs of wear and presentable. I would consider replacing if you want the car to really Shine
Gauges are working properly- 2 bulbs need to be replaced
Ashtray shows surface rust- how it got there? We will never know. Light in ash tray is working
Headliner is Mint
Back deck (near rear windshield) has a couple rust residue spots. I think they will clean off with some CLR.
Motor and Transmission are strong with a ton of Torque and Power. No leaks found.
Dual Exhaust- Tips have surface rust and are presentable. Chrome Tips would really make it POP!
Window Rubber around Driver & Passenger windows should be replaced to make the car completely water tight. No pillar, o windows seal with rubber.
The only things that are "After Market" are the 2nd paint job in 1999,stereo and the Crager rims. I have the original rims and tires available for $200.00 - NO HUB CAPS.
My list of "Things to do", s me being very nit picky. She runs,drives and looks very nice. My "To Do List" may look a bit intensive, owever anyone looking for an awesome classic Thunderbird, ealizes that this fix list is really not a big deal.
All the pictures and video's were taken on 07/10/15. No Disappointments with this T Bird.
Several video's of the Thunderbird Driving and walk around on YouTube- Go to Google and type/paste-
youtube 1967 Thunderbird 07/10/15 - it will take you to the video's.
You will need to click the back button after each video. Otherwise you will be taken to another page. My apologies, am not very swift at online video's and such.
Please only bid if your a serious buyer. I would hate to see someone that really love's this Thunderbird lose out because of an erroneous bidder.
Buyer is responsible for shipping or pick up costs
Buyer will make a deposit of $500.00 immediately after the winning bid of the auction
The $500.00 deposit is NON REFUNDABLE
Full payment is required within 72 hours of the close of this auction
This Thunderbird is AS IS, here is.
If you have any questions or concerns, eel free to email me. I will answer all questions quickly and to the best of my ability.
Choose a Submodel for the 1967 Ford Thunderbird to view classic car value trends for this vehicle Year Make Model Submodel Body Type Engine Average Value Trend 1967 Ford Thunderbird
Hardtop Coupe 8-cyl. 390cid/315hp 4bbl $8,760 1967 Ford Thunderbird
Hardtop Coupe 8-cyl. 428cid/345hp 4bbl $9,836 1967 Ford Thunderbird
Landau Coupe 8-cyl. 390cid/315hp 4bbl $9,228 1967 Ford Thunderbird
Landau Coupe 8-cyl. 428cid/345hp 4bbl $10,408 1967 Ford Thunderbird
Landau Sedan 8-cyl. 390cid/315hp 4bbl $6,021 1967 Ford Thunderbird
Landau Sedan 8-cyl. 428cid/345hp 4bbl $7,084
1967 Ford Thunderbird - Classic Car Price Guide History of the 1967-1971 Ford Thunderbird

Ford took a bold step in redesigning the Thunderbird in 1967. Added to the T-Bird range this year was a four-door sedan model, ith forward opening "suicide" rear doors, hich included part of the roof. Even more drastic, he company dropped the convertible from the Thunderbird lineup for the first time. Underneath, the car began to utilize body-on-frame construction instead of a unibody setup. Despite what purists must have thought, he move was an attempt to broaden the car's appeal and sell more units, hich was easily accomplished. Ford sold nearly 10,000 more Thunderbirds in 1967 than it did in 1966.

In addition to the four-door Landau sedan, two-door coupe and Landau coupe were also offered. The Landau models had a vinyl roof and a decorative bar dressing up the C-pillar. All of the new Thunderbirds were longer and heavier than the preceding model, ith full-width grilles, idden headlights, nd full-width taillights. Engines ranged from 275- and 315-hp 390-cid V-8s, hrough two high-performance motors of 427-cid, ffering 410 and 425 hp, p to the 428-cid, 45-hp Thunderbird Special.

Thunderbirds were little changed for 1968, hough the 429-cid, 60-hp Thunderjet engine was added to the options list and the 427-cid engines were dropped. Overall, ales dipped slightly to below where they were at for the 1966 model year, t 64,391 units. The 1969 T-Birds were the last to use this body with a few detail changes, ncluding more people opting for buckets seats. Sales slid to below 50,000 for the first time since recession-sick 1958.

For 1970, he Thunderbird got received a new body shell that was longer and lower, ith a projecting beak in the center of the grille, and full-width inverted "U" taillights. Body styles remained the same and motors ranged from 390 cid to 429 cid. The 1971 model year saw the last of this generation of T-Bird, ith the 1972 car becoming upsized. As the last of the line, ew changes were made.

This era of Ford Thunderbird can still be purchased quite reasonably. The cars don't have the elegance of the first gen T-Birds, r the atomic styling of the "Bullet Bird" era, ut they do have an interesting look that has aged quite well. They are heavier and thirstier than their predecessors, hich makes the driving dynamics best suited to cruising. The 1970-71 "beaked" cars have all but disappeared and the quirky four-door is now quite rare in either series, eaning they both stand out on today's roads. Somewhat surprisingly, arts aren't all that difficult to obtain, nd a lot of these cars still exist in fairly decent shape. Restored examples, owever, re very unusual, ainly due to the cost of restoration being so much greater than the model's current market value.

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On Jul-12-15 at 10:53:33 PDT, eller added the following information:

I received a call from a nice gentleman in Texas. He says the official color is "Lime Gold". Which makes this T Bird a bit unusual and a bit rare.
The Lime Gold Exterior along with the matching interior was meant for the Top of the line Thunderbird that has All the bells and Whistles. This was a special order color and interior on the base model.
The Thunderbird enthusiast that called, lso stated that he has only seen 3 Thunderbird's with this color combination. It was the working mans Thunderbird trying to look like a Big Baller.
Just thought you might appreciate this information. If any other T Bird enthusiasts have any pertinent information regarding this 1967 Thunderbird, eel free to email me. I am more than happy to post any important information.