1964 Ford Thunderbird Overview

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1964 Ford Thunderbird Overview

The 1964 Ford Thunderbird received a major restyling, changing it from the rocket-ship-like models seen earlier in the '60s. Unfortunately, the less-rocket-like engine resulted in the Thunderbird falling off of muscle car enthusiasts' lists.

A 6.4-liter, 390-ci V8 rated at 300 horsepower took 11 seconds to go from 0-60 - not exactly muscle car numbers. However, the styling was attracting a new crowd of customers interested in the sleek hardtop, malleable convertible, or vinyl-roofed Landau. 92,465 T-birds were sold, a vast increase from the previous year.

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LIGHTS FLICKERING

The lights in and outside the car are flickering, I think this may be a ground issue. How do I figure where it might be?

Transmission

On a 64 T-Bird when I have to move into traffic from a standstill the car shudders and bounces after easing of on the throttle it smooths out in first gear and shifts normal. under normal driving co...

Brake Conversion

I had a restoration company bought and installed a brake conversion kit, they had the car for 2 months the brakes are spongy. In 2 months they could't fix the problem, they gave up and said that the...

Power Windows

Have a 1964 Ford Thunderbird... non of the windows work. Need to run power to the main 'junction' Had a 63 before and it was on the firewall. If I run direct power to it, all the windows work, Can't...

Seats

When at1964 Thunderbird was equipped with the reclining passenger seat did the driver seat match it in appearance?