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Ford Thunderbird - 1964-1966
The fourth generation thunderbird series was completely revamped, with a longer hood, shorter roof, larger hood air scoop and two new-side creases one jutting out at midline and the second cutting into the side farther down. The two sets of headlights were spaced more widely from one another than previously, and the taillights. Now rectangular, were enclosed in bumper pods
Top speed of about 120 mph
engine typedrivetrain: Overhead-valve, v8
displacement 390427 cu. In. (6.47.0 l) power rating 330-425 hp displacement 3-speed automatic chassis: 4,359-4,588 lbs. Price: $4,394-54,853
Sculptured sides, choice of engines
for 1964 the sports roadster was dropped, leaving only the landau sports coupe, hardtop coupe and convertible. A 390cc v8 engine remained standard. Optional ones ranged in power up to the 427-cu.-in., 425hp thunderbird super high-performance v8, with two four-barrel carburetors. The 1965 thunderbird had a erosshatched grille, simulated chrome scoops on the front fenders and disc brakes.
for 1966 a hardtop town sedan was added to the lineup. It was the last year for the convertible. The thunderbird grille was sharply angled back and carried a massive emblem. Bumpers were lighter, a single taillight stretched
from side to side and rear skirts were optional only. Customers could choose a new engine option: Fords 427-cu.-in. Cobra jet v8.
The 1964 ford thunderbird had its side panels sculptured by the creation of in-and-out creases.
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