1966 Ford Thunderbird Landau
RETAINING 100% ALL ORIGINAL PAINT FINISH!
STUNNING & EXCEPTIONALLY PRESERVED ORIGINAL
SINGLE-FAMILY, NORTH CAROLINA CAR FROM NEW
SPARINGLY ENJOYED W/ JUST 38K ACTUAL MILES
ORIGINAL BLUE OVER BLUE VINYL COMBINATION
315 HP 390 CI V-8 / CRUISE-O-MATIC AUTOMATIC
FACTORY A/C, AM RADIO, PB, PS, TILT-AWAY STEERING
AIRCRAFT-INSPIRED INTERIOR & SEQUENTIAL TAILLIGHTS
APPOINTED W/ FRONT BUCKET SEATS & CONSOLE
NEW FRONT BRAKES, NEW TIRES, UPDATED R134A A/C
HIGH POINT OF MID-1960S AUTOMOBILE DESIGN
Following the 1961-63 Bullet Bird, the fourth-generation 1964-66 Ford Thunderbird lineup was informally known as the Flair Bird or Glamor Bird for good reason, sporting handsome, all-new styling. Some innovations intended for the new Thunderbird line were delayed for the launch year and only reached production by 1965, including standard front disc brakes and eye-catching sequential rear turn-signal indicators, which finally overcame approval delays in certain states. Thunderbird sales remained strong, despite significant internal competition from the newly introduced Mustang after mid-1964. Jet Age styling cues, especially inside, set the 1964-66 Thunderbirds apart from the competition and continue to captivate enthusiasts and collectors today. As always, the Thunderbird offered plenty of power and delivered effortless cruising with the standard 4-barrel 390 CI V-8 engine uprated to a robust 315-horsepower factory rating for 1966.
Featuring excellent Light Blue over Navy Blue vinyl the factory-original color combination, this beautifully preserved 1966 Ford Thunderbird Landau is offered with just 38K actual miles and benefits from single-family ownership and care since new. Retaining the original paint finish, interior, and trunk compartment all in fabulous condition, the Thunderbird delivers an unforgettable experience with its aircraft cockpit-styled interior and overhead controls. A lifelong Greensboro, North Carolina-based example, this stellar classic Thunderbird even retains the original selling dealer sticker. In addition to the renowned 390 cubic-inch V-8 engine delivering 315 factory-rated horsepower, mated to a 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission, this very fine 1966 Thunderbird Landau is well equipped and optioned with air conditioning, an AM radio, power brakes, and power steering, plus a Tilt-Away steering column, wrap-around rear seat, and unforgettable sequential taillights. The brakes are freshly serviced, new tires have just been fitted, and the air conditioning is updated to currently-mandated R134a refrigerant, making this stellar 1966 Bullet Bird ready to drive and enjoy as desired. As they rightly say, a car is original only once, and this exceptionally well preserved 1966 Ford Thunderbird Landau clearly benefits from limited use and single-family ownership from new. Contact us today, see it for yourself and make this exceptional 1966 Ford Thunderbird hardtop in time for spring and summer driving enjoyment, shows, and cruises!