1965 Ford Thunderbird For Sale
1965 Ford Thunderbird Landau Top 2D $11995
Powered by 390 ci Thunderbird V8
Dennis Buys Classic Cars is pleased to offer this stunning white on white 1965 Ford Thunderbird Landau Hardtop 2D coupe. Very low Mileage of only 47K and previous owner states it is all original. The body and paint is immaculate with exception of a PDR needed on passenger door and small dent in lower right front fender which do not show in photos. The upholstery, dash, carpets, headliner, door panels, etc. are in like new condition. It shows no evidence of any previous accident and we have a clean CA title in hand. I personally searched this car very carefully and cannot find any rust anywhere.
It has the original 390 cubic inch V-8, with a 4 barrel carburetor and automatic transmission. It is equipped with factory AC (not blowing cold), Power Windows, Aftermarket AM/FM CD Changer.
I drove this car about 90 miles over the weekend and it runs and handled beautifully. It does not get hot, and the brakes, shocks and suspension are excellent.
We updated the charging system, gave it a new battery, alternator, voltage regulator to be a more reliable classic. It has four Vogue tires mounted on True-Spoke chrome wire wheels in excellent condition. The two fronts tires are new.
These mid-year Birds are still affordable and this beautiful head turner is sure to climb in value. Classic Cars are an investment that you can drive and enjoy every day. Our goal is to buy and sell Classic Cars that “Won’t break the bank”.
How did we buy this car?
This car has an interesting back story. We purchased this car from the second owner five years ago who happens to a longtime friend. We then sold it to a new person. Recently, that person decided to sell it back to us because he was returning to his home country and it was just too complicated and expensive to take it with him. He told us it mostly sat in his garage the whole time and that he only put about 1,800 miles on it in those five years.
After that, the first guy was driving down Venice Boulevard and saw it parked on our display lot. He recognized it immediately and pulled in to take a closer look. He was amazed that it was in the exact same condition as when he sold it to us five years ago. Then he looked in the arm rest and his CDs were still there and asked me if he could have them. “Of course! Your named is on them!” I said.