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    Posted: 08-September-2018 at 3:51AM
Came across this one near me: 1975 thunderbird 460 C6 - $800, northeastern Ohio.

No title, but looks decent for parts and has a 460/C6.

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This T-bird, if complete, would have EVERYTHING to bolt a 460/C6 into a '72-'79 intermediate. From engine mounts, oil pan, exhaust manifolds, accessory brackets, PS pump, A/C compressor and hoses, transmission(long tailshaft), radiator and a few other pieces.  
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called twice did not return my call
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Originally posted by aquartlow aquartlow wrote:

This T-bird, if complete, would have EVERYTHING to bolt a 460/C6 into a '72-'79 intermediate. From engine mounts, oil pan, exhaust manifolds, accessory brackets, PS pump, A/C compressor and hoses, transmission(long tailshaft), radiator and a few other pieces.  
and a tilt column Wink
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Grokrok Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09-September-2018 at 1:36PM
Fordpower, maybe your NY area code scared him off? I'll try the number and see if I get a response since I'm in the same state...
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Okay he replied to me, he still has it, he has not tried to start it. FP if he doesn't reply to your text or call, try emailing him first.
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Originally posted by californiajohnny californiajohnny wrote:

Originally posted by aquartlow aquartlow wrote:

This T-bird, if complete, would have EVERYTHING to bolt a 460/C6 into a '72-'79 intermediate. From engine mounts, oil pan, exhaust manifolds, accessory brackets, PS pump, A/C compressor and hoses, transmission(long tailshaft), radiator and a few other pieces.  
and a tilt column Wink


weren't they telescopic too? i admit its been a solid 15+ years since i have sat in one of those era birds but thought they had that option as well?


Edited by MrSmog - 09-September-2018 at 11:34PM
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In other words it does not run,how many miles?
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Originally posted by MrSmog MrSmog wrote:

Originally posted by californiajohnny californiajohnny wrote:

Originally posted by aquartlow aquartlow wrote:

This T-bird, if complete, would have EVERYTHING to bolt a 460/C6 into a '72-'79 intermediate. From engine mounts, oil pan, exhaust manifolds, accessory brackets, PS pump, A/C compressor and hoses, transmission(long tailshaft), radiator and a few other pieces.  
and a tilt column Wink


weren't they telescopic too? i admit its been a solid 15+ years since i have sat in one of those era birds but thought they had that option as well?
idk the one i got for my car doesn't.... i got it off ebay for like $35??? tilt without a shift indicator Wink
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Fordpower, the guy is a bit of a jerk on the phone. He claims he hasn't bothered to start it, but he does have a key, and he says he doesn't know how many miles on it. Guess opening the door and looking at the odometer is too much work for him. Being that it looks like its been parked outside in Ohio winters, that undercarriage and frame are going to be suspect. I wouldn't pay 800 for this but someone looking for sheet metal or a 460 core might have some use for it.
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It's not a Thunderbird it's a Lincoln are they the same? Anybody any were near this car.   
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Has he got the wrong pic on the ad?  It says Thunderbird above the grille.
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The ad says both I am confused counted letters on front 11 that would be continental or Thunderbird. one in Al to nice to part's out I would only like running gear. plus 700 plus to ship. cheaper than going my self.     
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The white car in the background is a lincoln.
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OK, the Mark V.  Same mechanicals as the t-bird, I believe. 
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need someone near there to look it over,to many questions 7hr from my home
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Cream/Gold car is a Thunderbird, the white one in the background is a Mark IV.
Virtually the same body. A few minor differences.
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I'm an hour and 15 min away, but you really don't want me going to look at it, cause if I do I would probably buy it and you would be SOL! I'm in Cleveland, maybe someone is closer...?

For the record it's the Thunderbird for sale, not the Lincoln, although he might be parting with that too, never know.
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