No offense taken. Its not my car. It is definitely not everyone's taste. For
those that are into this era of car, this is a good one. The Town Landau
package was a big deal back then. It dramatically increased the price of the
car. The 77 T-Bird was a huge seller when it came out. In 1976, Ford sold
53,000 T-Birds. But, in 1977 when this new body style came out, they sold
318,000 of them.
He also has a 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix that is BEAUTIFUL with only 40,000 miles.
It is spectacular and worth significantly more than this T-Bird. He just
recently bought a 1983 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham Coupe with super low miles
and he had to sell one car -- which is why the T-bird is for sale.
I think his price is too high. But, I have seen others like this sell for
$7500 and even up to $9,000.
From: Randy Bennell [mailto:rbenn...@bennell.ca]
Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 11:21 AM
To: Mercedes Discussion List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [MBZ] OT: Thunderbird
I saw a beautiful 64 TBird convertible in traffic yesterday morning.
Might be 65 or 66. Not sure how many years they had the big rectangular tail
lights but I think 64 was the first year and by 67 they had changed a lot, if I
recall correctly. 63 still had the big round tail lights.
Not my primary choice in color as it was a rusty brown orange color with a
black top but it sure looked in nice shape. I could go for one of those.
No offense to you or your brother, Don, but the 77 does not do much for me now.
I almost bought one when it was new but my wife talked me out of it. She
thought it too big for her to drive. We bought a 77 Monarch instead. It was not
among the top cars that Ford ever built but we kept it a long time and it
served us reasonably well. Lousy handling etc but it looked good (for the time
anyway). It was white 2door with a white quarter vinyl roof and a dark red
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