Bringing A 1962 Ford Thunderbird Back To Life!

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Published on 11 Jun 2022, 20:00
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In today's video, we get a friend's 1962 Ford Thunderbird running and moving under its own power after sitting for a while due to a failed ignition switch. If you don't already know, my friend Joe and I started an automotive restoration business a while back. It's called K & J Design and Autoworx, LLC. You can find us on facebook and instagram @kandjautoworx. This car belongs to our newest member of the team, Mikey. He has big plans for this car over time, but at the moment, just wants to enjoy it for what it is. It's a sweet car for sure! Enjoy the video!

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