1966 Ford Thunderbird

  • Year: 1966

  • Make: Ford

  • Model: Thunderbird

  • Mileage: 77,642

  • Exterior Color: White

  • Interior Color: Red




Paint-M= White
Trim-25= Red


390 Cubic Inch 

4 Barrel 

Edelbrock Carb

Holley Finned Valve Covers

Finned Air Cleaner

Pertronix Flamethrower Ignition

OE Manifolds w/ Dual Exhaust

Aluminum Radiator 

Cruise O Matic Automatic Transmission 

9" Rear w/ 3.00 Gear

Tinted Glass

Factory A/C

Power Steering

Power Front Disc Brakes

AM/FM Radio

Swing-A-Way Column


Bucket Seats

Console w/ Floor Shifter

Column Mounted Sunpro Tachometer

Day/Night Rearview Mirror


T-Bird Floor Mats

Trunk Mat

15" Coy Wheels

Goodyear 205/75 R15 Radials 


The Ford Thunderbird (colloquially called the T-Bird) is a personal luxury car produced by Ford from model years 1955 until 1997 and 2002 until 2005 throughout 11 distinct generations. Introduced as a two-seat convertible, the Thunderbird was produced in a variety of body configurations. These included a four-seat hardtop coupe, four-seat convertible, five-seat convertible and hardtop, four-door pillared hardtop sedan, six-passenger hardtop coupe, and five-passenger pillared coupe, with the final generation designed again as a two-seat convertible.


The Thunderbird entered production for the 1955 model year as a sporty two-seat convertible. Unlike the Chevrolet Corvette, it was not marketed as a sports car. [1] Ford positioned the Thunderbird as an upscale model and it is credited in developing a new market segment, the personal luxury car. For 1958, the Thunderbird was redesigned with a second row of seats. Succeeding generations became larger until the line was downsized in 1977, again in 1980, and once again in 1983. Sales were good until the 1990s when large two-door coupes became unpopular. Initial production ceased at the end of 1997. In 2002, the production of the Thunderbird started again; a revived two-seat model was launched, which was available through the end of the 2005 model year. From its introduction in 1955 to its final phaseout in 2005, Ford produced over 4.4 million Thunderbirds.


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