1967 Ford Thunderbird - R90k

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1967 Ford Thunderbird - R90k

Post by PaleMoonLight » Sat 12 Jul 2014, 11:15

Someone needs to grab this quickly. Because I dont have the cash but might rob a bank to buy it

http://www.gumtree.co.za/a-cars/kuils-r ... 0001972009

Ford Thunderbird for sale with a donor body thrown into the deal. Phone Saverio on 083 700 3340

Asking R90k with donor body

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Re: 1967 Ford Thunderbird - R90k

Post by ters » Sat 12 Jul 2014, 16:33

Want it bad..... :cry:

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Re: 1967 Ford Thunderbird - R90k

Post by Bearhawke » Sat 12 Jul 2014, 18:15

Oddball T bird; manual windows...........I thought that all 1967-76 birds had PW's............
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Re: 1967 Ford Thunderbird - R90k

Post by wayneg400 » Sat 12 Jul 2014, 19:40

hey guys. what your thinking on this beauty? whats the ins and outs? and please keep in mind it will be a daily vehicle

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Post by PaleMoonLight » Sat 12 Jul 2014, 23:50

Im loving it. If I had the cash and space I would grab it. Im sure you could work the price down a little. Yes it need a lot of love, but there is so much potential!

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Re: 1967 Ford Thunderbird - R90k

Post by RASSIE » Sun 13 Jul 2014, 07:10

It is a very nice car.
Many years back I use to have a 1968 convertible with a 429 V8 4-barrel. It had everything you need. Electric windows, electric front seat and speed control. It could run away from a Cortina 30S with a hot cam and 4-barrel. I sold it for R.4000. It was good money for those years. We only had R.10's and R.20. My kitchen table was full of money as I had to count them. :lol:
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Re: 1967 Ford Thunderbird - R90k

Post by ters » Sun 13 Jul 2014, 07:41

wayneg400 wrote:hey guys. what your thinking on this beauty? whats the ins and outs? and please keep in mind it will be a daily vehicle
Sure they had a 390ci (or 428ci option) with two-barrel carb. Fuel consumption in town is going to be a killer Wayne.... Friend of mine (Inactive forum member :roll: ) has a '68 Galaxy with the same drive train/suspension. Highway consumption is lower than his 3.0 V6 Courier trokkie though!

Has 9" diff, 3speed auto box. The sound from that big block is addictive, so if you not seriously considering buying, don't even go look at it...it will haunt you untill you own it!!! :mrgreen:

Exterior/interior trim/panels may be a problem when damaged because of their limited production run. (Not relevant because of extra body included!)
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Post by RASSIE » Sun 13 Jul 2014, 07:47

My soft spot is that 1968 Galaxi! My first car was a 1968 Fairlane. I will never forget the 35c a liter fuel price. :D
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