1965 Ford Thunderbird Overview

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An "ageless Classic" by JT_Bird
 — The 65` T-Bird was my Second of this model bought in 2006, after I`d bought a 76` "BIG BIRD", and although I`ve had problems with the car ALL being due to the previous owners inability to finish the w... Read More
The Head Turner by T_birdman65
 — Got me one of the 65 "jet birds". She's beautiful. She's my first car and I got her for only $3,200 with only 62,000 original miles! Not a thing wrong with her except the need for some new heads. I lo... Read More
I Am A Happy Old Camper by oldtimer37
 — This was a real jewel when it came out in 65. Front disk brakes, sequential tail lights and more. I had one when they were new and always regretted getting rid of it. I had always collected foreign... Read More

1965 Ford Thunderbird Overview

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1965 Ford Thunderbird

Uncharacteristically for the second year of a new generation, the 1965 Ford Thunderbird had many new features added, included standard front disc brakes and sequential turn signals (the tail lights indicated turn direction via light order flashing).  

A 6.4-liter, 390-cubic-inch V8 rated at 315 horsepower took 11 seconds to go from 0-60 mph, a deviation from the T-bird's muscle-car roots. Sales fell from 92,465 in 1964 to 74,972 in 1965, despite having many people interested in any of the T-bird trims: the convertible, hardtop, or Landau.

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Just Bought 65 Thunderbird And Can't Get Speedometer To Work

7 views with 1 answer (last answer about a week ago)
northwestport
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Driver Door Poer Window Motor.

I cannot remove the motor because the window is in the UP position due to a 12volt problem at the console switchs. Th driver switch works but not for driver side and 12 volts direct to door motor re...

13 views with 2 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
Bobh50
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What Can I Expect To Pay For Front End Uppers And Lowers ,tie Rods And Poss...

80 k orig car in otherwise good shape

282 views with 4 answers (last answer 4 weeks ago)
greg0422
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1965 Thunderbird Hardtop Suspension

my 65 t-bird is leaning to the left rear (drivers side). I have replaced all the shocks and the rear leaf springs and it is still leaning. Everything underneath looks solid. Car has 51000 miles on it....

25 views with 6 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Bevy63
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Why Are Tail Lights Staying On Constantly?

1965 Thunderbird (standard model)... The TAIL LIGHTS are on constantly even when all light switches are in the "off" position. Probable cause or repair suggestions?????

175 views with 6 answers (last answer 2 months ago)