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1962 Ford Thunderbird Overview
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The 1962 Ford Thunderbird was a master of deception. Remaining primarily the same as the 1961 model, Ford offered in its new Sports Roadster what had formerly been an aftermarket item: a tonneau cover for the rear seats. This fancy piece of fiberglass transformed the four-seater into the two-seater that many diehards missed so much. It even accommodated a convertible top.
The Landau joined the Roadster in its 1962 entry, featuring a vinyl roof. Ford offered an M-Code engine, a 390-ci V8 rated at 340 horsepower. Only 145 of these T-birds were made, including 120 Roadsters.
For 1962, 1,427 of the Roadsters were sold, 10,516 convertibles, and 62,335 hardtops. The base engine was a 390-ci V8 rated at 300 horsepower, with the M-Code the only available option.
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Ford Thunderbird Questions
How many factory white 62 Thunderbirds were made? I've been looking at some pictures and haven't seen alot
62 Thunderbird Generator Light Goes On When Ignition Switch Is Turned Off
Slow Release Brake Pedal
I have replaced both the booster unit and master cylinder. I have carefully adjusted to factory specs the length of the rod from booster to master cyl., as well as lubricated all pivot points on leaka...
The motor starts up and it idles good but when i put it in drive the engine dies anyone has any ideal why i am hearing that it is the transmission some people says it is ar Carburetor
Wire Wheel Size For 62 W/disc Brakes
I have a 62 thunderbird convertible and it has disc brakes on it. I bought it as a roller and now ready to put wheels and tires on it, I really want wires and wide white wall radials but al the compan...