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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jovial
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Repairing Exhaust Leak

Is it possible to repair an exhaust leak at the exhaust (drivers side ) on a 65 tbird without removing the engine?

9 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Glenn Morris
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Looking To Restore My 65 Bird.. Any Reputable Restorers In The L.a./sfv?

8 views with 3 answers (last answer 4 months ago)
TBirdbadger
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While Moving My Sliding Steering Wheel To The Left, I Pushed A Little Hard ...

21 views with 2 answers (last answer 4 months ago)
jovial
20

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 ...

52 views with 12 answers (last answer 4 months ago)
jovial
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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...

36 views with 2 answers (last answer 5 months ago)