1965 Ford Thunderbird
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During the 1960s, Ford Thunderbirds were redesigned every three years. The 1965 Ford Thunderbird was on the second year of the 1964 redesign. Although the 1965 model is similar to the 1964 Thunderbird, the 1965 version had several new features, including sequential rear turn signals, reversible keys and front disc brakes.
Although optional on all other years of Thunderbirds, rear fender skirts were standard for the 1965 models – skirts were an option again on the 1966 models. Also standard on the 1965 model were a parking brake that automatically released when the car was put into gear, variable speed hydraulic windshield wipers and a Silent-Flo ventilation system on hardtop models. The 1965 Thunderbird also came with other items that were optional on other cars of the day, such as a remote control exterior rear view mirror, electric clock and full wheel covers.
The 1965 Thunderbird came standard with a 300-horsepower, 390-cubic-inch V8 engine. This engine came only with a four-barrel carburetor and had dual exhaust as standard equipment. The only transmission offered was Ford’s Cruise-O-Matic, a three-speed automatic unit.
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