A dusty old ‘bird but, otherwise in great shape, and carrying classic California “black plates.” This is one of the few “suicide door” equipped American car of the post-war era –“Kennedy Lincolns, limited edition Cadillac Eldorado Broughams, an odd Kaiser and ‘James Dean’ Mercurys also had ’em. Ford only made 4-door Thunderbirds for the ’67 – ’71 model years. Seem like this one’s hideaway headlights are on the blink — get it? Vietnam was just heating up as these came out; Stanley Kurbrick spread the word.
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