how many convertibles built?

Asked by Eleanor Jan 11, 2007 at 09:23 AM about the 1966 Ford Thunderbird

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How many 1966 Ford Thundrebird convertibles were manufactured in 1966?  How many might still exist today?

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hi Eleanor, There were 5,049 Thunderbird Convertibles made in 1966. Your guess would be as good as our regarding how many still exist. I am guessing there aren't too too many still around. The average selling price today for a 66 tbird is around $27,000 which makes me think they are somewhat rare.

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I was told there were 5,049 thunderbird convertibles in 1966 out of that 700 had the 428hp out of 700 there were 74 made with factory air, what I don't know out of the 74 how many had highway control.

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