The 428 'bird is about to go to the scrapper. The only thing left of any value is the rearend and front brake assemblies. I will not remove either unless someone wants them. All I would like is enough money to justify removing them. Say, $100 for the rear and $150 for the brakes and spindles. Wheels are gone.
Rearend is a 9 3/8, 31 spline (probably) with 3.00-1 gears.
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Be sure to note that a 67 Tbird is a Galaxie in disguise
February 25 2010, 1:07 PM
The front spindles and brakes are the same as a 7 Litre etc... and have some decent value and also the wheels are the same as a Galaxie with disc brakes. A couple of rare and/or valuable parts that you may or may not have are the power seat tracks and switches, the wiring junction block on the inner passenger fenderwell (that is a rare one too!), tilt steering column and steering rag joint, tilt steering vacuum can (same as a 67 Mustang), AM/FM radio (is the same as a 67 Mustang except for the number stamped on the chassis!), power door lock switch (on the end of the speedo cable in the trans). Just thought I would mention it in case you did not know and the car still had the parts. Hawkrod
hawkrod let me make sure I got this straight---67 t bird spindles will fit galaxie?? reason I ask is I sprung for a set of brakes off a 66 t bird and the spindles are different--especially as relates to the lower ball joint--so is a 67 tbird different than a 66 tbird???--if the 67 fits a galaxie I will take it --thanks john
Yup, 65/6 Tbirds have a completely different steering and suspension
February 25 2010, 4:36 PM
The 65/6 rotors and calipers will work on a Galaxie but the spindles from a Tbird only fit a Tbird (although 61-64 Tbird guys are looking for them!). In 67 Ford cheaped out and used Galaxie suspension and put a frame under the Tbird. Hawkrod
I will take them spindles/rotors/calipers/ please get hoses in case needed to mock up some mew ones---also please get any proportion valve/residual valve---email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-409-3094--thanks