Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Auction Watch: 1983 Ford Thunderbird Heritage

Find this 1983 Ford Thunderbird Heritage here on eBay bidding for $2,300 with a few hours to go, located in Mount Carmel, TN.





 From ebay listing:

I have a 1983 Ford Heritage Thunderbird for sale. This is one of the sharpest 83 Thunderbirds out there, it has a custom turquoise paint job highlighted with teal green and hot pink body trim.The paint job is over 20 years old but still looks like new with the exception of where a motorcycle I had fell into the rear drivers side leaving a couple of small dents and a chip out of the paint as shown in supplied photo . Inerior looks practically new with the exception of the headliner sagging some , car has a custom sound system with 4 separate amplifiers that total about 1500 watts and 8 speakers including 2 10" Bazooka subs , this car actually won 1st place in the 1st sound wars competition at Audition Hi Fi in Kingsport,TN back in the day.Motor is a 302 and transmission is AOD. Car has developed a water leak that I assume is the water pump , it will also need a new master cylinder for the brakes , I replaced the fuel pump but the new one makes a whining sound though it does work well. Feel free to ask anything you need to know and I will tell you. This car just needs a few things to be a spectacular car.







2 comments:

  1. I think you got the Mustang Fuel pump by mistake if it is whining common problem...
    Lmao !

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  2. My Mom bought an 83-84 ? T-Bird it was a champagne color somewhat rare had the V-6 was a much better car then her 80 Monte-Carlo that was bought from Budget rentals used car's not a wise decision and that Monte had 2.23 gears with a turbo-200 slow as hell and even slower on a long grade but great mpg.The T-Birds brakes always scared me as pedal height changed with each application or un-even as they say unnerving @ best.My Mom left this world in 95 and my brother took the T-bird south to Phoenix from Seattle his oldest teen boy ran the car into a support beam @ the local HS messed up the drivers fender and bumper..so sat then went to the recycler was an easy fix but they shit canned it.

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