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Ford Thunderbird Index
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Ford Thunderbird 1964-66 ('Flair Birds')
The fourth generation Thunderbird (known as the 'Flair Birds') was launched for the 1964 model year, moving even further towards a luxury car and away from being a sports car. Hardtop, convertible and Landau models were offered, the latter having dummy hood irons on the rear quarters. The 6.4litre V8 engine was enlarged to 7.0litre for 1966.


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Ford Thunderbird 1964 - wing badge
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Ford Thunderbird 1966 - badge on rear wing
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Ford Thunderbird 1964 The fourth generation T-bird had a 6.4litre FE V8 engine.
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Ford Thunderbird 1966 Landau. In 1966 the Thunderbird was given a new 'egg-crate' grille and rectangular pods for the headlamps.
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Ford Thunderbird 1964. Fourth generation Thunderbird launched in 1964, only the 1964-year cars had 'THUNDERBIRD' across the bonnet.
Ford Thunderbird 1964 frontr
Ford Thunderbird 1964. The fourth generation T-bird was launched with this hardtop body, convertible or Landau styles. It was known as the 'Flair Bird' or the 'Jet Bird' and replaced the generation 3 'Rocket Bird'.
Ford Thunderbird 1966 front Landau
Ford Thunderbird 1966 Landau. The upper market model of the Thunderbird range, and furthest away from the 'Sports' image.
Ford Thunderbird 1966 rear Landau
Ford Thunderbird 1966
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Ford Thunderbird 1964 - lamps used on the 1964 and 1965 T-bird, the 1966 was revisedto have rectangular lamp pods
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Ford Thunderbird 1966 - rear wheel spats
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