1966 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

Over the years the Ford Thunderbird has earned its place in U.S. history as an icon of automotive technology. When the Thunderbird was introduced in 1955 it was intended to compete with the Chevrolet Corvette. It was a two-seat car with clean styling, creature comforts, and V8 refinements.

T-bird’s mission began to change in 1964 with a complete redesign, sharper lines, a more stodgy profile, and an increased emphasis on luxury. 1966 saw more cosmetic changes such as a new grille, a single tail-light that ran the width of the back of the car, and new body sculpting.

Thunderbirds were much larger, and some fans of the classic strong>Thunderbird consider 1966 to be the last year of interest.

TOTAL PRODUCTION: 5,049 Convertible Models.

This is one gorgeous example of a great American classic, 1966 Ford Thunderbird Convertible. Fitted to this car; a 390 cubic inch 4V 315 HP V-8 Special engine, with a column shift 3-Speed Dual Range Automatic Transmission. The exterior is stunning Red with a white interior and gorgeous chrome Wire wheels. Options include: Pwr. Steering, Pwr. Brakes, Air Conditioning, Push Button Radio, and white Pwr. Soft-Top in good working condition. This convertible runs and drives great, solid throughout, a classic motoring feel.