1967 Thunderbird

1967 Thunderbird Lead 1967 Thunderbird

I have owned my 1967 Ford Thunderbird for the last 24-years. When the car was under construction, I named the car “Boss Bird” and I drew my inspiration from my Hot Wheels cars “TNT Bird” and “Custom TBird”. The Boss Bird is powered by its original 428 cubic inch engine and C6 automatic transmission. The car also sports a shaker hood scoop that feeds the dual-quad carburetors. It was shown at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals in Chicago in 2017 and Car Craft Magazine voted it one of the Top 25 of the show. It always draws a crowd at car shows.

I Randy Birchfield
Madison, WI

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8 Responses to “1967 Thunderbird”

  1. Eric

    I’m looking for a 67 thunderbird vacuum block. It’s under the dash and is part of the AC system.

  2. Mike Sivik

    Sweet ride. I am looking for 1967 2 door coupe for weekend car completely restored.

  3. Mary Felice

    I have two (2) 1968 Thunderbirds for restoration or part disassembly. If interested contact above

  4. bill

    Hello, I acquired a 77 thunderbird,428 single carb. All the headlight vacuum lines are cut from the headlight switch to the Headlight cover control valve. which is missing. I have the vacuum diagram but is little help do you I know where I can get pics or reference to put the hose back to original placement. There 2 yellow marked and 1 black hose off the headlight switch but I don't know where they go. ANY HELP IS MUCH APPRECIATED Bill

  5. JamesDean

    Never seen a beautiful car I wish I saw it sooner I didn’t know Ford you made a car like that Wow

  6. eric rosell

    Hello ..Do you know where I can get Wiper Blades , Hook/Side Pin/Bayonet. 67 T-Bird , 4 door .Been looking for years I need 2 whole complete , NEW Blades . Thank You ... Eric , Your car is beautiful .

  7. David Goetz

    Beautiful car! I have a 67 also, its silver with a black interior and top. currently restoring it, mainly dents and dings(California car like yours)

  8. Michael Lovaglio

    Where did you find the shaker hood? Was it a custom fab?