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Average User Score
4.4 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 13 reviews
1965 Ford Thunderbird Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 13 reviews
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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Ford Thunderbird Questions
How Can I Remove The Upper Ball Joint On A 65 T-bird
I have rented the ball joint remve kit but the biggest tube that comes with the kit isn't big enough. I hammered the top and didn't make any difference. Please help the car is immobile until I can...
Fuel, Temp And Oil Pressure Indicators
I have a 65 T-Bird that the Fuel, Temp and oil pressure indicators will go to the right of the instrument when I power up the care. I saw two connections in the shop manual that I would like to che...
I Have A 1965 Thunderbird With A 390 Ci Engine. I Would Like To Know If I ...
Follow On To My Initial Question.
I have a wild *ss thought. Before the car quit starting I was in the trunk cleaning out some of the debry and clean around the sequanial box would it be possible that I may have disturbed a connecti...
I Have A 1965 Thunderbird That Started And Ran Two Days Later I Went Out To...
I bought a 1965 T-Bird resently I got it running. Two days later after changing the oil and tranmission fluids. Two days later I went out to start the car and there was no power to the ignition or ...