With its big V8, plenty of luxury features, and a timeless color scheme, this 1964 Ford Thunderbird coupe has an appeal that goes well beyond its affordable price. These Thunderbirds had style from brightwork that could be measured in acres. So it\'s great to see that this one is so clean and complete. We love how the front bumper follows the contour of the angular nose, and the rear one surrounds the wide taillights. Even the details are correct, like all the large T-bird emblems you see across the grille, on the distinctive roof pillars, and spanning the taillights. This has even been rendered in its correct Wimbledon White. In fact, the only part of this coupe you might recognize that isn\'t factory are the wheels. But those later model Ford alloys have the sophisticated look to ideally go with the car, and at the same time, they allow you to fit modern cruising tires. The interior is a business-like black as this Thunderbird demonstrates what personal luxury really means. It starts with everyone getting their own individual bucket seat. These appear to have been recently reupholstered, so they look great and feel even better. And while the passengers get separate comfort, the driver is absolutely the king of this T-bird. A center console was artfully integrated into the driver-oriented cockpit. It\'s a very complete and classic setup. So you even have great factory features like power windows, power locks, and intricate instruments that are pure jet-age cool. These are joined by well-integrated upgrades, like the retro-style AMFM digital tuner and provisions for R134a air conditioning (likely just needs a recharge to blow ideally cold again.) The 390 cubic-inch big block V8 was a great paring with the T-bird, and this one takes it a step further. It has been upgraded for better performance, and that includes an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, MSD distributor, and MSD plug wires. This makes for a strong-running package that feels confident out on the road. The three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes make it a great cruiser. Plus, the upgraded Wilwood front discs give you superior stopping power. This coupe is coming off a dozen years under good garage-kept care, and the good condition and extra driver appeal really shows this was a cherished machine. We even have a large maintenance receipt file to prove it go the right attention over the years. So if you love a sharp classic T-bird that was truly done to be enjoyed, call today!
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