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$79,000
1957 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Beige
Engine
other-1-0l
Miles
N/A

1957 Thunderbird Finished in Colonial White with Black & White interior, Black Soft Top and White Hard Top. Body off the frame rotisserie restoration. 312 - V8 engine, automatic transmission. Kelsey Hayes wire wheels with wide white tires. Fully service & excellent driving.... Read more

Marietta, GA 30068 (9 miles away)

$12,500
1963 Ford Thunderbird Sport

Color
Blue
Engine
8-cylinder
Miles
N/A

Has rebuilt engine and transmission(2k miles). New parts as follows,  alternator, fuel pump,  carbuerator,  expansion tank, water pump, front coil springs, ball joints, wheel bearings, wheel brake cylinders and linings, gas tank and sender, voltage regulator, carpets, door and trunk locks, steering gear box and rag connector, ignition switch.  Starter was rebuilt.  Has sliding steering column for easy in and out, power windows(all motors working), manual seats. Runs great.... Read more

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Marietta, GA 30066 (14 miles away)

$105,995
1957 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Blue
Engine
312-v8
Miles
8,579

Go ahead and get excited, because your eyes arent deceiving you. This is a real-deal, documented E-code 1957 Thunderbird. That means dual quads atop the 312 cubic inch V8, and with that in mind, the restoration was carried out to an extremely high standard. In a sea of early Thunderbirds, THIS is the one to own. It shouldnt surprise you that this car was restored to compete on the show field, and weve never seen a 2-seat Bird as highly detailed as this one. They stuck to the original specifications with this one, giving it a coat of code F Starmist Blue paint, as it was new, although the quality and shine are simply astounding. For many, the 57 Thunderbird is a favorite, with its more pronounced fins that were a part of the 1950s automotive landscape. Its been in the current owners hands since 1979 and since a full restoration about 10 years ago, it has hardly been driven so its very fresh. The chrome was treated to show-grade refinishing, and every single component on the car was buffed and shined before it was reinstalled, so it glitters no matter where you look. Its also loaded with other unique features, including a dealer-installed continental kit, original radio antenna on the deck lid, and beautifully fitted fender skirts. This is a very impressive car. The interior is restored to the same standards using correct two-tone blue vinyl that does a pretty good impersonation of leather. The wide bench looks more like two close-coupled buckets and makes the sporty T-Bird strictly a 2-seater. Everything inside has been refinished to show standards, including the gorgeous door panels, exceptional steering wheel, and precisely detailed gauges. Its all quite correct, from the neatly clustered instruments to the floor shifter for the Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. For show purposes, there are no updates or modifications to any of the interior systems, and even the original AM radio remains in its engine-turned panel in the dash. The spare tire moved back into the trunk for 1957, and even with the continental kit, this one is neatly finished with a correct reproduction mat and full-sized spare tire with jack assembly. And yes, dont worry, this one comes with two tops, a color-matched light blue hardtop with porthole and a beautifully fitted navy blue canvas convertible top with a crystal clear rear window. As nice as it is, this Thunderbirds status is almost entirely due to the E-code engine under the hood, complete with dual quads. With 270 horsepower, it was a neat experiment in creating a Corvette-eater that could still cruise the streets of Beverly Hills. Topped by the distinctive air cleaner, the 312 cubic inch V8 was fully rebuilt to stock specs and fully detailed with a dress-up kit. Every detail is correct, from the hardware securing the valve covers to the reproduction battery, and it runs as it should with a healthy bark from the dual exhaust. You can see bright red engine paint on the oil pan from below, and take a few minutes to enjoy the fully detailed chassis thats ready for the most demanding judges. Both power steering and power brakes make this E-Bird easy to handle and for style, nothing compares to a set of chrome wire wheels wearing 205/75/14 Coker Classic wide whitewall radials. There are only a few Thunderbirds that are more desirable than this, and they all have superchargers. If youve been looking for the one of these to complete your collection, this might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Call now!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$37,995
1966 Ford Thunderbird

Color
N/A
Engine
428-v8
Miles
649

Mid-60s Thunderbirds, particularly convertibles like this 1966 model, are seeing some recent gains in the market, and this is a great car for cruising and casual shows. With a cool period color, all the luxury and comfort options, and a smooth 428, it delivers personal luxury unlike anything else of the era. Drawing on both the original Ford Retractable hardtops and the Lincoln Continental 4-door convertibles, this big Bird is the epitome of Fords high-end products in 1966. The restoration was finished years ago, but this car still owns eyeballs everywhere it goes. Wearing bright turquoise paint, it looks a mile long yet incomparably sleek. Workmanship is quite good throughout and with that much sheetmetal, there are plenty of places for things to go wrong. Fortunately the guys in charge of the restoration didnt miss a thing. Note how well the doors line up with the quarters, the deep shine, and the total absence of waves that would suggest significant bodywork underneath. Trim is surprisingly restrained on this lovely Thunderbird, but details like the fender-mounted turn signal indicators, faux hood scoop, and the finely detailed grille are in excellent shape. And yes, the sequential turn signals are fully functional. The interior features new Italian leather upholstery, and combined with just a few woodgrained accents and stainless trim, it makes this feel like an adults car in every way. The bucket seats offer gorgeous upholstery with a wonderful combination of pleats and quilted seating surfaces, and the rear seat with its wrap-around look is perhaps even more inviting. A ribbon-style speedometer and small round pods for the auxiliary gauges are an incredible piece of design, as is the swing-away steering wheel that really makes a difference in ease of entry. Check out the little tricks like the original clock replaced with a digital piece and a newer AM/FM stereo head unit. The insanely complex top mechanism on these cars is a ballet of electro-mechanical automation, although this one has been upgraded with linear actuators in place of the original hydraulic rams, so its more reliable. Most importantly, it works properly with zero issues and the black convertible top fits well. The trunk is also correctly finished with gray mats and plenty of space (provided you keep the top up). Fords 428 cubic inch Q-code V8 was optional equipment in the 1966 Thunderbird and makes the kind of leisurely torque you need in a luxury machine like this. Fully rebuilt about 5000 miles ago, it has a few upgrades such as an Edelbrock carburetor, HEI distributor, and a giant aluminum radiator to keep things cool. Theres also plenty of Ford Blue paint and an open-element air cleaner proudly advertising the big block underneath. This big Bird uses a C6 3-speed automatic transmission linked to 3.00 gears in the 9-inch rear, so it just loafs along at highway speeds without breaking a sweat. A new dual exhaust system gives it a burbly V8 rumble thats got a bit of muscle car DNA in it, and with disc brakes becoming standard equipment in 1965, its a fine road car in every sense of the word. Right-sized 215/75/15 whitewall/redline radials look great on those vintage Cragar mags. 60s convertibles like this are red hot right now, so dont delay and get this awesome Thunderbird into your garage. Call now!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$104,995
1957 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Gray
Engine
312-v8
Miles
174

Go ahead and get excited, because your eyes arent deceiving you. This is a real-deal, documented E-code 1957 Thunderbird in an awesome color combination. That means dual quads atop the 312 cubic inch V8, and with that in mind, the restoration was carried out to an extremely high standard. In a sea of early Thunderbirds, THIS is the one to own. It shouldnt surprise you that this car was restored to compete on the show field, and weve never seen a 2-seat Bird as highly detailed as this one. They stuck to the original specifications with this one, giving it a coat of rather rare code N Gunmetal Gray paint, as it was new, although the quality and shine are probably better than new (and its so fresh it hasnt even been cut or buffed, so it can look even better!). For many, the 57 Thunderbird is a favorite, with its more pronounced fins that were a part of the 1950s automotive landscape. Its extensively and expensively restored and the 174 miles showing on the odometer are since the restoration was finished, so its still very fresh. The chrome was treated to show-grade refinishing, and every single component on the car was buffed and shined before it was reinstalled; all of it glitters no matter where you look. This is a very impressive car. The interior is restored to the same standards using correct Flame Red vinyl that does a pretty good impersonation of leather. The wide bench looks more like two close-coupled buckets and makes the sporty T-Bird strictly a 2-seater. Everything inside has been refinished to show standards, including the gorgeous door panels, exceptional steering wheel, and precisely detailed gauges. Its all quite correct, from the neatly clustered instruments to the floor shifter for the Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. For show purposes, there are no updates or modifications to any of the interior systems, and even the original Town & Country AM radio remains in its engine-turned panel in the dash. The only deviation from stock are seat belts, but nobody will complain about that. And yes, dont worry, this one comes with two tops, a color-matched light gray hardtop with porthole and a beautifully fitted black canvas convertible top with a crystal clear rear window. In back, the trunk got larger for 57, and this one is fitted with a full mat set and a jack assembly; its just a spare tire away from the show field. As nice as it is, this Thunderbirds status is almost entirely due to the E-code engine under the hood, complete with dual quads. With 270 horsepower, it was a neat experiment in creating a Corvette-eater that could still cruise the streets of Beverly Hills. Topped by the distinctive air cleaner, the 312 cubic inch V8 was fully rebuilt to stock specs and detailed with a factory dress-up kit. Almost every detail is correct, from the hardware securing the valve covers to the reproduction battery, and it runs as it should with a healthy bark from the dual exhaust. You can see bright red engine paint on the oil pan from below, and take a few minutes to enjoy the fully detailed chassis thats ready for the most demanding judges. Both power steering and power brakes make this E-Bird easy to handle and for style, nothing compares to a set of chrome wire wheels wearing 205/75/14 wide whitewall radials. There are only a few Thunderbirds that are more desirable than this, and they all have superchargers and giant price tags. If youve been looking for the one of these to complete your collection, this might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Call now!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)
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$20,995
2002 Ford Thunderbird

Color
White
Engine
3-9-liter
Miles
41,570

Theres a pretty short list of cars built in the 21st century that could be considered collectable, but the most recent 2-seat Thunderbirds have to qualify. Cars like this 2002 Ford Thunderbird have all the right ingredients: looks, performance, limited production, and a nostalgia behind them that takes us back decades. Late-model Thunderbirds are surprisingly affordable, but unlike most of them, this one has low mileage and has been properly maintained. Most of the late-model Birds are soft pastels that were inspired by the 50s originals, but you just cant go wrong with classic Whisper White on your 2-seater convertible. Showing just 41,570 original miles, this car has spent the last 17 years being a garage queen, used only on nice days and special occasions, which is how many of its siblings have spent their lives, too. As a result, there are no worries about foul weather issues like rust and theres absolutely no evidence its ever been hit or even touched up after a parking lot ding. The factory paint shows a nice soft gloss that highlights the interesting shapes on the body, including the way the taillights smoothly blend into the trunk lid. As youd expect, there are a few small chips on the nose and rockers, but on the other hand door gaps are excellent, the chrome bits are still bright, and there arent even any windshield wiper marks on the windshield itself. You want a car thats led an easy life, this is definitely it. The black and red leather interior is an awesome choice with the white body, offering a sharp contrast that will look good decades from now. As youd expect from the mileage, its quite clean inside, showing only some minor comfort marks on the drivers chair leather. These cars are supremely comfortable, so its easy to settle in behind the wheel for a long road trip, and the seats strike just the right blend of comfort and support for spirited driving. Matching black carpets and dashboard make it look tidy, and the inlaid turquoise thunderbird emblem and brushed metal trim hearkens back to the original 2-seat Thunderbird with its engine-turned dashboard. Cream-faced gauges have an elegant look without being too retro and the rest of the dash is filled with buttons and displays for the climate control system and AM/FM/CD stereo. The trunk is as new and like most of its siblings, this Thunderbird carries both a black convertible top and a color-matched porthole hardtop for all-weather motoring. Fords 3.9 liter DOHC V8 engine was a great choice for the Thunderbird. Its got decent power, but tire-shredding burn outs are not really the point. Instead, its what Rolls-Royce would describe as adequate and delivers that power smoothly without a fuss. Theres a nice V8 burble from the tailpipe that never gets annoying and when paired with the 5-speed automatic overdrive transmission, it always seems to be on its toes. Need to get into that spot in traffic? Easy! Cruising down your favorite country road? Plenty of punch coming out of corners. Long highway drive? Effortless and surprisingly efficient. The 4-wheel independent suspension soaks up bumps without being mushy and 4-wheel disc brakes are a welcome feature that early T-Bird owners would definitely have appreciated. Chrome-plated Premium wheels add some flash and carry expensive 235/50/17 Michelin Pilot radials all around. As it has always been, the Thunderbird is a fun future collectable thats eminently affordable today. Call now!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$17,995
2004 Ford Thunderbird Pacific Coast

Color
Green
Engine
3-9-liter
Miles
58,909

The 21st century Ford Thunderbird was a collectable the moment it hit the showroom, but some are more collectable than others. This relatively rare (#909 out of 1000) 2004 Ford Thunderbird Pacific Coast Roadster stands out in a crowd while still delivering the same driving experience that keeps these cars in such high demand. Like the Neiman-Marcus and 007 editions, the Pacific Coast Roadster got its own color called Monterey Mist Green, which makes the Thunderbird look sleek, not vintage. For a car thats been around for 15 years now, the finish is in very good condition, a testament to both the care it has received and the fact that it was never really used as a daily driver. Build quality on these cars was quite good, with sharp gaps all around and doors that close with a solid sound, rather well done for a car with a convertible top. The vintage T-Bird look is still there in small doses, particularly up front where theres a nice chrome grille and hood scoop, while out back, the big, round taillights are a 21st century take on Fords favorite jet-age styling feature. Beautiful Thunderbird emblems resemble the originals with their inlaid turquoise details and a few well-chosen bits of chrome give this Bird an upscale feel. If youre going to pick nits, theres a small scuff on the rear bumper, but overall this car is really impressively clean for its age. The Light and Dark Ash interior is a nice contrast to the metallic green paint and its far more comfortable in the sun than black and far more interesting than tan. It also appears to be years younger and miles fresher than youd expect, with seats showing only very minor wear and its worth noting that this was the only time cloth inserts were used on the Thunderbird. Of course, on Fords flagship, everything was standard, so you get ice cold A/C, power windows, locks, mirrors, and seats, cruise control, and a great-sounding stereo that works well top up or top down. There were several different dashboard finishes available, but the Pacific Coast Roadsters received a unique dot pattern that looks great with the white-faced gauges and turquoise pointers. Its strictly a 2-seater, but theres a well-finished package shelf behind the seats and a good-sized trunk thats fully upholstered in as-new condition. And like the Birds of the past, this one offers both a unique Light Ash convertible top (power assisted, of course) as well as a contrasting Ash Metallic porthole hardtop. The only engine available in the late-model Birds was a 3.9 liter DOHC V8 that delivered the kind of effortless performance that made the original so popular. Its not a racer, but its competent and has a great V8 growl thanks to a modified exhaust system that dumped the rear resonators. It starts easily, idles smoothly, and moves the tidy convertible with gusto but never threatens to get unruly. A 5-speed automatic transmission was the only choice, and it, too, specializes in always being in the right gear without attracting a lot of attention. An all-independent suspension handles well but doesnt jostle occupants and the 4-wheel discs are powerful. And thanks to a recent $4500 service that included all new power steering components, A/C service, new water pump, and a lot of other work, its 100% ready to drive and enjoy. Finally, those 16-spoke alloys are also unique to the Pacific Coast Roadster and wear expensive 235/50/17 Michelin radials. This Thunderbird neatly balances price and quality with fun and collectability, making it a great choice for a late-model hobby car. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$21,995
2002 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Red
Engine
3-9-liter
Miles
21,055

Theres a pretty short list of cars built in the 21st century that could be considered collectable, but the most recent 2-seat Thunderbirds have to qualify. Cars like this 2002 Ford T-Bird have all the right ingredients: looks, performance, limited production, and a nostalgia behind them that takes us back decades. Late-model Thunderbirds are surprisingly affordable, but unlike most of them, this one has ultra-low mileage and has been very well-maintained. Most of the late-model Birds are soft pastels that were inspired by the 50s originals, but you just cant go wrong with classic Torch Red on your 2-seater convertible. Showing just 21,055 original miles, this car has spent most of its life as a garage queen, used only on nice days and special occasions, which is how many of its siblings have spent their lives, too. As a result, there are no worries about foul weather issues like rust and theres absolutely no evidence its ever been hit or even touched up after a parking lot ding. The factory paint shows a brilliant gloss that highlights the interesting shapes on the body, including the way the taillights smoothly blend into the trunk lid. As youd expect, door gaps are excellent, the chrome bits are still bright, and there arent even any windshield wiper marks on the windshield itself. You want a car thats led an easy life, this is definitely it. The black leather interior is an awesome choice with the red body, offering a sharp contrast that will look good decades from now. As youd expect from the miniscule mileage, its almost new in every way, showing only some very, very faint comfort marks on the outer edges of the front leather seats that might have been there when the cow was wearing it. These cars are supremely comfortable, so its easy to settle in behind the wheel for a long road trip, and the seats strike just the right blend of comfort and support for spirited driving. Matching black carpets and dashboard make it look tidy, and the inlaid turquoise thunderbird emblem and brushed metal trim hearkens back to the original 2-seat Thunderbird with its engine-turned dashboard. White-faced gauges have an elegant look without being too retro and the rest of the dash is filled with buttons and displays for the climate control system and AM/FM/CD stereo. The trunk is as new and like most of its siblings, this Thunderbird carries both a black convertible top and a color-matched porthole hardtop for all-weather motoring. Fords 3.9 liter DOHC V8 engine was a great choice for the Thunderbird. Its got decent power, but tire-shredding burn outs are not really the point. Instead, its what Rolls-Royce would describe as adequate and delivers that power smoothly without a fuss. Theres a nice V8 burble from the tailpipe that never gets annoying and when paired with the 5-speed automatic overdrive transmission, it always seems to be on its toes. Need to get into that spot in traffic? Easy! Cruising down your favorite country road? Plenty of punch coming out of corners. Long highway drive? Effortless and surprisingly efficient. The 4-wheel independent suspension soaks up bumps without being mushy and 4-wheel disc brakes are a welcome feature that early T-Bird owners would definitely have appreciated. Chrome-plated Premium wheels add some flash and carry new 235/50/17 Michelin radials all around. Documented with the original window sticker, maintenance records, and manuals, this is a fun future collectable thats eminently affordable today. Call now!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$39,995
1956 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Red
Engine
292-v8
Miles
61,014

The 1956 Ford Thunderbird is one of those designs that never goes out of style, and remains an instantly-identifiable icon of the 50s. Beautifully styled, comfortable, and with enough performance to keep almost any gearhead happy, they are perhaps the best combination of styling and performance from the 1950s. This beautiful Fiesta Red example received a quality restoration about 10 years ago and still looks great. Code X Navajo Gray is this cars original color, but during the restoration it was bathed in brilliant Fiesta Red, a high-visibility hue thats particularly handsome on the 56 Thunderbird. Solving some of 1955s problems, the spare tire was moved out to the rear bumper to improve trunk space and simultaneously gave the Bird a long, lean look that is easy to recognize from a distance. Other upgrades include cowl vents to reduce the heat build-up around your feet (those of you with melted sneakers know what Im talking about), and the ever-popular porthole hardtop to improve visibility. Up close, this is a very nice Bird, and even though it has been driven over the past few years, it still presents quite well, which speaks highly of the restoration work. Fit and finish are good and thanks to modern paint materials, the shine is far deeper than the original lacquer might have been. Chrome and brightwork are dazzling, from the eggcrate grille up front to the unique rear bumper with the exhaust ports in the outside corners. We even like the chromed headlight bezels that really dress this particular Bird up nicely. Code XA black and white is the cars original interior combination and it was accurately re-created when the car was restored. The black provides a great contrast and prevents red overload, making for a spectacular look that makes people stop in their tracks when they see it. The engine-turned panel that runs across the door panels and dash is like jewelry, and the seat cover design makes the bench feel like separate buckets. Youll also note that this car includes power windows and a power seat, and doesnt offer any of the many modifications and upgrades that enthusiasts usually install. Heck, even the original Town & Country AM radio is still in the center of the dash! I suppose you could include the manual choke knob under the dash as a modification, but I doubt many enthusiasts will complain about such a beneficial change to the notorious teapot carburetor. It also comes with a matching red porthole hardtop as well as a lovely black canvas folding top, plus a fully-finished trunk. Powering most Thunderbirds in 1956 was Fords Y-block V8 engine, and the P-code version displaces 292 cubic inches and generates impressive horsepower thanks to a 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust. The engine bay was detailed when it was restored and while it shows a few signs of use today, the engine still runs even better than it looks. From the Ford Red paint on the block to the stamped steel valve covers (now chrome plated), it certainly looks the part of Fords personal/luxury car. It starts easily and runs superbly, meaning that you can jump in and go any time in your new Bird. The undercarriage is clean and solid with no surprises, with power steering plus a Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission and a 9-inch rear end with 3.00 gears inside, all of which make it easy to drive for anybody. Flashy wire wheel covers and a set of wide whites are the perfect finish for a 50s icon. These Thunderbirds are wonderful performers on the road, and are just as fun to drive today as they were in 1956. If youve been searching for a quality Bird with no stories, youve just found it. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$15,995
1962 Ford Thunderbird

Color
N/A
Engine
390-v8
Miles
7,940

For those of you looking for an early Thunderbird but need space for your family, this pretty 1962 Thunderbird hardtop is definitely a wise choice. A recently serviced and painted car that coddles like a Lincoln but packs serious blasting powder under the hood in the form of a muscular 390, its an affordable cruiser that is part of a market thats suddenly heating up. Dont worry, the wheels are the only major modification, making this a Bird thats welcome just about anywhere. Bullet Birds like this have long lived in the shadows of their 2-seat siblings, but that seems to be changing and cars like this bright blue Bird are the reason why. The styling is a big upgrade over the first square Birds following the conversion to four-seater, offering a sleek profile and lovely 1960s detailing thats restrained and tasteful. The particular blue wasnt on the Ford color charts, but it looks great, with a white top that perfectly complements the sophisticated look. The paint looks good and shiny over some pretty straight bodywork, particularly those jet-inspired quarter panels that look like theyre about a quarter-mile long. The recently restored chrome bumpers have a brilliant shine and Ford designers were hitting on all eight cylinders when they added the lovely strip of trim that stretches from nose to tail and neatly integrates the door handles in its design. The lack of a padded roof is a rare choice on a Thunderbird, but the white hardtop gives this car an added dose of sophistication that fits it quite nicely. Personal luxury was the Thunderbirds primary mission, and the handsome black interior doesnt disappoint in that regard. Buckets seats and a console are the sporty part, but with correct seat covers and firm foam underneath, they coddle rather than grab. Matching black carpets look great and the wood accents warm things up and make it feel luxurious. Check out Fords trademark swing-away steering column, which tilts out of the way by lightly tugging on the shifter lever, and the leather wrap that makes it easy to grip. The three individual pods ahead of the driver hold the primary gauges, with things like the radio (a new AM/FM/cassette unit) in the center stack, along with a lockable compartment in the center armrest. The trunk is truly massive, and carries a correct reproduction mat as well as a full-sized spare tire assembly. Its likely that the 390 cubic inch V8 under the hood is the original engine, but since Ford wasnt doing matching numbers in the traditional sense in 1962, so we cant prove it. It does look quite correct with an oversized air cleaner up top and Ford Blue paint on the block itself. It has been recently serviced with a lot of new equipment, including a full tune up, rebuilt carburetor, fuel pump, starter, alternator, timing chain and gear, oil pump, radiator, water pump, and belts and hoses, all within the last 2000 miles. Power steering and brakes are welcome additions to a heavy cruiser like this, and the dual exhaust system burbles like it has something to hide. The brakes are surprisingly effective, the automatic transmission shifts almost imperceptibly, and the rebuilt front suspension has the ability to float over bumps like a hovercraft. Steel wheels with simple hubcaps are a clean look and they wear 205/75/14 whitewall radials for a period look. This is just a great cruiser whose color combination does a good job of camouflaging the hardware underneath. Bullet Birds are definitely heating up, making this an excellent buy for today and for the future. Call today.... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)
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$58,995
1955 Ford Thunderbird

Color
N/A
Engine
292-v8
Miles
90,226

Theres no doubt the Ford Thunderbird was a game-changer when it hit the market in 1955. Not designed to compete with the Corvette, but surely inspired by it, the Ford was more luxury than sport, but that was just fine in the eyes of Thunderbird buyers, who eagerly bought every single one Ford could build. This lovely Thunderbird Blue 1955 T-Bird has been with the same owner for nearly 55 years. Impressive! Thunderbirds are notorious for rusting in some pretty demonic ways, so finding a solid example is important. The paint is 13 years old but it remains in fantastic shape, making this one of the most impressive early Birds weve seen in a long time. Code T Thunderbird Blue was accurately replicated using modern finishes so its bright and clear in person, and all the chrome shows quite well. To say it was an expensive job would be an extreme understatement, but I think youll agree that it was worth every penny. This car has also been fitted with a correct non-porthole hardtop, which might look odd but the porthole didnt show up until 1956. 1955 also included unique exhaust outlets in the bumper guards and what many enthusiasts consider the most pure shape: no pointed tail fins and no continental kit to mar the lines. This is a great-looking baby Bird! The bright and cheerful 1950s were in full swing inside the Thunderbird, complete with two-tone turquoise and white seats. Thunderbirds came pretty well loaded, but this one also includes goodies like A/C, power windows, a power seat, and a 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission, so motoring is effortless and luxurious, as intended. The seat covers are exact replicas of the original equipment, and matching door panels are like art with their bright trim and sculpted vinyl. The instruments are original and in decent shape, including the sweeping speedometer and tachometer to the left of the instrument panel. Theres also an AM/FM/cassette radio, which fits neatly in the original radios slot. This is a single top car (the base Bird came with either a hard top or a soft top, but both was an extra-cost option), but with the way it looks and the A/C, youll be more than happy to keep the hardtop in place. The trunk offers reasonable storage space, even with the full-sized spare living inside. Power for the Thunderbird is supplied by Fords P-code 292 cubic inch Y-block V8, which makes a robust 198 horsepower. Finished with red Ford engine paint, those distinctive finned valve covers with Thunderbird logos, and a chrome air cleaner, its a study in early industrial design; Ford designers knew the engine had to be pretty in this car! It was rebuilt some years ago and shows signs of use, but it has also been properly maintained so it continues to run well today. It starts easily and drives beautifully, with a crisp V8 burble from the tailpipes providing the perfect accompaniment, and the modern A/C and alternator blend in well enough that most folks wont notice. The suspension is trusty, with soft springs for easy cruising, and drum brakes that are more than adequate for the T-Birds modest curb weight. Classic 6.70-15 Firestone wide whites with standard hubcaps give it a true 50s vibe. Early Thunderbirds are as stable as granite in the market. Buy this one today, enjoy it, maintain it, and it will always reward you with great performance and almost guaranteed resale. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$41,995
1960 Ford Thunderbird

Color
N/A
Engine
352-v8
Miles
24,643

This 1960 Ford Thunderbird will remain a favorite cruiser for decades to come simply because cars like this never go out of style. With a great color combination, a smooth and powerful V8 engine, and room for five, this T-Bird remains first-class transportation any way you look at it. Even by 1960, the bold pastels of the 50s were passing out of fashion, and quieter, more sophisticated colors were taking their place. In the same way, the 4-seater Thunderbird was a more grown-up vehicle, more practical but no less beautiful than the original 2-seater. Dramatic styling embraced sweeping elements stamped right into the sheetmetal, ranging from the curve that dips down through the doors to the pointed side streaks that need no chrome to emphasize the cars length. The finish of the code R Moroccan Ivory paint is excellent, with a big investment in the final finish thats all out of proportion to the cars sticker price. The net result is a classically elegant Thunderbird that stands out from the crowd simply by virtue of its quality. All the chrome is in excellent shape, particularly the large bumper/grille assembly up front and the unique taillight surrounds that show you that Ford was still fascinated by the Jet Age. The handsome red and white interior is Ford design at its finest. Fresh seat covers, matching door panels, and red carpets give it a lot of personality, especially with that beautiful white steering wheel in the middle of it all. Forget fake wood and trim, in the 1960s, brushed stainless was king, and the textured dashboard, center stack, and door panel trim show off a variety of surfaces that youll never get tired of looking at from behind the wheel. The factory-issued AM radio remains in the dash with the controls for the power windows neatly grouped on the console. The redesigned 4-seat Thunderbird carries everything youll need for a long road trip in a beautifully restored trunk, complete with tailored carpet with white piping and matching spare tire cover. You can see that there was a lot of money spent on this car everywhere you look. The 352 cubic inch FE V8 under the hood powers this Bird with ease, and it has been dressed to impress with chrome valve covers and air cleaner. The smooth-running V8 delivers easy performance and effortless cruising thanks to a new Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, especially when linked to a 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic transmission and a set of 3.10 gears out back. It looks like the engine was pulled for the paint job and theres correct black engine enamel on the block, so it really stands out against the white paint around it. Underneath, the floors are impressively clean and solid, critical on a unit-body car like this, and theres a new dual exhaust system with mellow-sounding mufflers that are appropriately muted. Obviously this car has never been rusty or even in need of major surgery, so it rides smoothly and confidently down the highway on 215/75/14 wide whites with great-looking wire wheel covers. With second-generation Thunderbirds coming into their own as collectors items, I wouldnt expect this unusually clean specimen with to stick around for long. If this is your kind of ride, dont hesitate and call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$11,995
1991 Ford Thunderbird Super

Color
N/A
Engine
3-8-liter-v6
Miles
84,671

When the Thunderbird Super Coupe hit the showrooms, even Mustang guys started looking over their shoulders. And this clean black 1991 Thunderbird SC represents the pinnacle of the breed, a car that combines luxury and muscle car performance, all complements of an over-achieving supercharged V6. Dont knock it until youve tried it! The aero Thunderbirds were a love-it-or-hate-it proposition, but I, for one, always admired their smooth good looks. Not in-your-face like the Mustang GT, the Thunderbird was for someone who had outgrown his boy racer instincts but still wanted to turn tires into expensive smoke. This gloss black T-Bird is subtle, but for those of you who know what it is, its a very special find. The finish shines up pretty well for its age and the later design is arguably the best of all, with slender headlights, a redesigned front fascia, and modest ground effects that gave the SC a far more substantial look. And for a car that just passed its 27th birthday, its in really good shape, with only modest signs of use and age, decent black trim that hasnt been baked by the sun, and paint that looks about right for its age. Obviously, this car has always been treated as something special and its ready to either continue having fun or go to the next level. If youve always wanted one, this is a great place to start! The interior gets a bit more serious about performance as well. Many of the SCs had cloth upholstery, but for a luxury car, nothing beats the look and feel of leather. The Super Coupe got heavily bolstered power buckets for driver and passenger, and they definitely work to hold you in place. Furthermore, the upholstery is in excellent shape with few signs of wear, even on the high-traffic side bolsters. Beautiful matching gray carpets and door panels look similarly fresh, again suggesting that this car has been maintained, not simply owned. Everything was standard on the SC, including power windows and locks, ice cold A/C, cruise control, and a tilt steering column, plus a full array of gauges keep an eye on all the engines vitals. Theres also a decent-sounding premium sound system with CD player, and the Bird has a positively giant trunk compared to its Mustang cousins. The supercharged 3.8 liter V6 delivered V8 grunt that out-performed even the vaunted 5.0 with a towering 315 pounds of torque. It remains bone stock, but youll find stock is plenty entertaining on the street, with acceleration available anywhere on the tach and full boost on tap before you can even get your foot on the floor. The engine bay is quite clean, more evidence of a good life, and its nice to see one that hasnt been modified. Paired with a slick-shifting AOD 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission, the SC is a peerless high-speed cruiser and a formidable car on twisty roads, where the athletic all-independent suspension can really go to work. Add in 4-wheel disc brakes, fat sway bars, and a burbling exhaust system, and suddenly this car makes a 5.0 Mustang look pretty basic. Directional Thunderbird wheels are in fantastic shape and carry 225/60/16 performance radials.. For you Ford performance guys who grew up in the 80s and early 90s, you know this is a special car. Everyone else, take notice, because this big blown Bird is the biggest performance bang for the buck in our showroom. Call now!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$48,650
1956 Ford Thunderbird Sport

Color
N/A
Engine
8-cylinder
Miles
36,748

This Bird is a rare find.  Only 36,748 miles on original engine.  I am the 5th owner purchasing the car in 2003.  It has been through two restorations the last two years ago.  The original carburetor and generator were rebuilt and replaced with new Holley four barrel and alternator for driving reliability.  Mechanical updates - electronic coil, distributor, electrical fuel pump, water pump, head gaskets, heater core and radiator, brakes and lines...virtually everything has been replaced.  During the first restoration in 2005  new lacquer paint, interior and complete chrome updates were added.  Upon purchase of car the original rebuilt carburetor, generator and original wheel coverings that were on the car when delivered in 1956 will be included.   Come and test drive to experience a truly American Classic feel  ... Read more

Private Seller
Canton, GA 30115 (25 miles away)

$19,300
2003 Ford Thunderbird Sport

Color
Red
Engine
8-cylinder
Miles
13,256

2003 Ford Thunderbird. Excellent Condition and Very Sporty. Hard-Top convertible w/cover. Red Exterior with Black & Red interior, some interior Chrome highlights. 100% garaged. V-8 Automatic flr. shift 5-speed, heated seats, cruise, tilt, phone adapter, 6-CD changer, Premium Stereo, Security, New Battery & PM, Clean Auto Check. 13,260 Miles, asking $19,300. Private Seller.... Read more

Private Seller
Acworth, GA 30101 (26 miles away)
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$4,000
1965 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Red
Engine
8
Miles
N/A

You are looking at a 1965 Ford Thunderbird. This is a 2-Door hardtop car that is real solid, needs some TLC but has a V8 and automatic transmission. You can own it for only $4,000.00 which I feel is very fair for a classic like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.... Read more

Gary Court, SC 29645 (135 miles away)

$7,500
1964 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Red
Engine
8
Miles
909

You are looking at a solid 1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible. This is a V8 car with automatic transmission, very solid car..needs a little attention and a new top! You can own this vehicle for only $7,500.00. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.... Read more

Gary Court, SC 29645 (135 miles away)

$4,500
1964 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Blue
Engine
8
Miles
N/A

You are looking at a 1964 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop 2-Door! V8 car with automatic transmission, new beautiful blue metallic paint, everything to finish her out is in the trunk...the interior is nice it just needs a good cleaning! This girl runs and drives really well. I feel that my price of $4,500 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a T-Bird, simple project like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.... Read more

Gary Court, SC 29645 (135 miles away)

$23,900
2002 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Black
Engine
8-cylinder
Miles
17,719

Showroom condition Ford Thunderbird Sport! Comes in a beautiful Black exterior, complimented by a near perfect Black Leather interior. Options include: ABS (4-Wheel), Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Tilt Wheel, AM/FM Stereo, CD player, Premium Sound, Dual Air Bags, Dual Power Seats, Leather, Hard Top, and Premium Wheels. Also comes with detachable hard top (Black) with roller storage rack and cover & snap on convertible cover. All scheduled maintenance, Always garaged, Custom wheels, Looks & drives great, Must see, Never seen snow, No accidents, Non-smoker, One owner, Seats like new, Title in hand,.. Always garaged and covered Don't miss your chance town this amazing vehicle...Private seller ready to sell TODAY!!! ... Read more

Private Seller
Kings Mountain, NC 28086 (194 miles away)

$30,995
1956 Ford Thunderbird

Color
N/A
Engine
312-v8
Miles
12,682

There is something special about a classic car that has been driven fairly routinely over the years. Its like a person staying active as we age. It keeps things moving more freely and is good for our soul. This 56 T-Bird has felt the sunshine and brought joy to its owners throughout its life. It has also seen good routine maintenance along the way and is looking for its next lucky owner. Being the first of the Thunderbirds puts this car in a special place of automotive history. It was never intended to be considered a sportscar , but rather a personal car with a sporting nature and they hit the nail on the head. The Coral Red paint on this car is a mid-life respray of the factory original color and is still in good condition. One feature that is unique to the 56, is the Continental Spare tire treatment at the rear. Of-course there are those stylish tailfins and round taillights as well as rear wheel well spats adding some flair too. You can also drop on the removable hardtop with the classic Opera window if you like either for cool weather motoring or just for fun. The view from the front is classic too with the oval chrome grill flanked by single headlights perched high on the front fenders along with a Thunderbird emblem in the center and a substantial chrome bumper underlining it all. Open the door, or just have a look inside if the white convertible roof is down, and you will find a Fiesta Red and Ivory interior that is also the factory original color for the car and a beautiful compliment to the Coral Red paint. The door panel is pleated in ivory with a machine turned panel just above a long red armrest. A three-spoke steering wheel has a chrome horn ring running most of the way around it. The dash board has a central mounted speedometer with fuel and temp gauges below it while the tachometer and a clock flank it in their own round pods on either side. A machine turned panel runs across the center of the dash and contains the control knobs for the lights and ventilation system which includes air conditioning. The factory AM radio with both Town and Country settings sits in the middle just below a Thunderbird badge on the upper dash pad and above the shifter for the automatic transmission mounted in the floor. Pop the hood and you will find a couple nice features that were added to the 56 year-model cars. Those would be the 312 cubic inch engine, and a 12-volt electrical system. The 312 upped the horsepower to 225 when matched with the 3-speed automatic transmission, and the 12-volt electrical system made for easier starting as well as better lighting and improved visibility. This is the original drivetrain in the car and there are signs of that like the valve cover decals that have a survivor patina to them. There is a unique air filter housing designed to capture fresh air from the hood scoop and signs of good regular maintenance. The chassis received a fresh set of shocks both front and rear as well as new sway bar links and bushings. The car rides on 205/75R15 white wall tires all around mounted on red steel wheels with chrome hub caps. Come on down and check this car out. If you are the one to keep its wheels turning, it would be good for the car, and good for your soul.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)
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$15,995
1963 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Silver
Engine
390-v8
Miles
64,152

Third generation T-Birds combines the beautiful chromed fins of the 50s with the smoother, cleaner lines of the 60s into what many consider the best-looking Thunderbird ever. This one is almost completely factory original and will really take you back there when you drive it. Check it out. From the side, this car looks like a bullet or a rocket. The nose tapers down from the hood and up from the bottom to form the tip, and the upper edge of the fenders and door trimmed in chrome makes it look like its flying through the air. From the front, a big chrome bumper wraps up around the edges of quad headlights with a toothy grill in between them. An iconic Thunderbird flies just over the grill and a hood scoop follows closely behind it. At the back of the car, the fins end in two big round taillights that look like afterburners with another Thunderbird badge between them and a simple bumper underlining everything. The vinyl landau hardtop is original and showing its age a bit while the Silver Mink Metallic paint has probably been recoated at some point in its life, which is likely why it looks so good. Open the door and you will find a stylish interior that wraps around the driver and passenger in a way that is unique and perfect for this personal luxury car . It is all original and in really good shape but is showing its age in a couple places, mostly on the door panels but it shows the car has been cared for all these years. The steering wheel is a work of art in wood and chrome with a Thunderbird center button. Wood wraps around the interior from the doors, across the dash, and down over the center console. Three round gauges trimmed in chrome are set into that wood with the speedometer in the center. Control knobs run across the bottom and the ventilation controls, including those for the factory A/C are in the center. Power window switches are set into the wood on the center console and a nice storage compartment with a padded lid makes a comfortable armrest. The seats are comfortable too and are trimmed in two tone vinyl with pleated center sections with smooth side bolsters. Under the hood you will find a 390 cubic inch engine that is believed to be the original motor sitting down in an all original engine bay. It is a Z code motor so would be the 300-horsepower version, and it is completely stock, including the carb and intake. It runs smooth and sounds great. The air filter has a chrome topper and there are chrome valve covers as well. Alternators appeared on T-Birds for the first time in 1963 and the power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels mounted on leaf springs. Coil springs and a sway bar up front offer a good ride with nice handling and power brakes provide good stopping power. The rubber meets the road through 215/75R14 white wall tires mounted on steel wheels with full center spin hub caps. Unique styling with smooth lines, chrome edged fins and a smooth running 390 cubic inch powerhouse. This is a personal luxury car 60 style. Come on down and check it out.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$22,995
1962 Ford Thunderbird

Color
White
Engine
390-v8
Miles
4,700

Thunderbird was Fords contender in the growing personal luxury car segment in the 60s. For this 62 model, Bill Boyer created a new and much sleeker body style than its predecessors, and also than the competition. Nicely restored by Proffitts Custom and Restoration shop, this beautiful car can become your personal luxury car for today. Presented in Corinthian White which was professionally applied in 15 coats after careful preparation and it looks gorgeous. They even left a little touch up paint in the trunk for any oopses that might occur. The chrome has all been redone with that toothy grill up front leading the way flanked by quad headlights. The bumper becomes an integral part of the front fender down low and an arcing piece of chrome tops the front fender, door, and rear fender, ending just before the chrome trim of those big round taillights and big back bumper. There is a Thunderbird on the hood just in front of the scoop, and one on the trunk too, with another one on the sail panel surrounded by polished stainless and Thunderbird in script on the front fenders. To complete the look, steel wheels with polished hub caps and trim rings tie it all together. Open the door and you will find a black and gray interior that is simple and elegant. The door panel has a black top with a ribbed aluminum center that will carry around the rest of the interior. The seats complement the look with silver pleated seating surfaces surrounded by black vinyl. The steering wheel is unique in that it swings significantly to the right so the driver can easily get in and comfortable. Have a seat, swing that Thunderbird steering wheel with the chrome horn ring back over and it will be framing a black upper dash with three large, chrome ringed gauges and polished control knobs. Below that the ribbed aluminum panel edged in chrome continues its sweep around the interior in what could be described as a giant T for Thunderbird shape. The stock looking radio is actually a new one with iPod compatibility for your listening pleasure. A trio of Equus white faced gauges are mounted just below it to keep accurate track of engine oil pressure, water temp and voltage and a new headliner and carpeting tie it all together. Pop the hood and you will find a numbers-matching 390 cubic inch engine that has been completely rebuilt and updated with a couple niceties like stainless steel valves and seats so that you can run ethanol gas. A Holley air filter tops a Holley 4-barrel carburetor which feeds the stock intake and heads. Finned aluminum Edelbrock valve covers look great and a Flamethrower ignition coil assures good spark through the new cap, rotor and wires to the plugs. The engine sounds nice too thanks to a dual exhaust system with thrust style mufflers at the rear. Power is sent back to a 3-speed automatic transmission that also received a complete rebuild that included a new rear servo. The restoration included proper chassis maintenance too with steering and suspension components as well as bushings replaced. Power steering and power front disc brakes assure good control and stopping power in town or on the highway. Nicely restored with restoration photos, service manuals and build receipts. Come on down and check out this beautiful car. You may decide that it is the personal luxury car that you have been looking for.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$15,995
2005 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Red
Engine
3-9-dohc-v8
Miles
41,833

Returning to the roots of an original design that made a car popular has been a recipe for success for several manufacturers. Recall the styling and feel of the original but build it with the best of modern technology in the areas of comfort, convenience, safety, and efficiency. Check out this Retrobird and you will see why this final production model the legendary Thunderbird has been so popular. The graceful curves and smooth lines of this car conjure up memories of the original 1955 model. Up front there is a chrome eggcrate grill with fog lights nestled into the bumper. The headlights have the character of the originals, but have been canted back a bit, blending more aerodynamically into the fenders instead of reaching as far forward as the original. There is a Thunderbird proudly displayed just above the grill, and a hood scoop that looks appropriately sporty. Long straight body lines run the length of the car from the Anniversary script on the front fender to the back, although it blends into smoothly curved rear fenders instead of fins on this one. The back of the car tucks in very aerodynamically, curving into the lower valence that has dual chrome exhaust tips peeking out from underneath. A black convertible roof looks great when its up, but of course, pushing the button to stash it on a nice day is always fun and brings back the classic drop top sportscar look. Open the door and you are greeted by an interior that has a classic black foundation, with red accents adding a bit of attitude. It has the perfect blend of old school craftsmanship with modern comfort and convenience features. The leather seats are a striking, comfortable, and supportive combination of black with red pleated inserts with a thigh bolster. The steering wheel is topped by red and has technology controls at your fingertips. The center console stack starts at the top with the sound system, then below it the ventilation system with its dozens of possible variations for your comfort, and finally the power roof switch and seat heaters. A really nice feature in a two-seat car is a shelf behind the seats which is big enough for personal items like groceries, or even coolers and dogs if you wish. As you grab the red shift knob for the 5-speed automatic transmission with manual shift mode, be aware that there is a button for turning off the traction control for a little extra fun if you wish. That transmission will be handling the power from a powerful and modern, double overhead cam V8 engine that pumps 280 horsepower out of its 3.9 Liters. It has a V8 dress up kit that includes an engine topper with Thunderbird and V8 emblems proudly displayed, along with matching valve covers. It is completely stock and sits in an engine bay so neat and clean it looks like it just rolled off the assembly line. The chassis on this car is a wonderful combination of comfort and capability. The power is sent back to an independent suspension that puts the power on the ground through deceptively large 235/50ZR17 tires tucked up under those smooth fenders. Up front, rack and pinion steering working through the same 235/50ZR17 tires, help make this car the perfect combination of smooth and light handling like a sports car, with a little V8 muscle car attitude. 4-wheel disc brakes inspire confidence and insure that you can reel this baby back in if you decide to let it run. This was the last of the breed for the Thunderbird. Its the best of Retro design with the best of modern tech. Come on down and check it out. Once you drive it, you may decide to drive it home and make it yours.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

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1957 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Azure-blue
Engine
N/A
Miles
1,041

1957 Ford Thunderbird E Code. E-code meaning equipped from the factory with 2-4 barrel carburetors, producing 270 horsepower, from the 312 ci engine. This particular E-Bird is backed by a Ford-O Matic transmission. Power steering, matching Azure Blue hardtop, featuring its iconic porthole as well as a folding soft top done in high quality German Canvas(dark blue), AM/FM radio, back-up lights, wide whitewall tires, fender skirts, and engine dress-up kit. This car was treated to a full no expense spared($150K), multi-year, frame off over restoration, every nut and bolt has been either polished or chromed. The chassis and components have been stripped and powdercoated. The fully painted underside of the body shines as good as the top, even the stainless steel exhaust system and mufflers have been polished. A set of Kelsey Hayes wire wheels nicely finish off the exterior of the car. This car is totally off the hook. If youve seen restored cars, you have not seen one like this. Too much more to list. Everytime I walk by this car, I want to see American Graffiti again!... Read more

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1957 Ford Thunderbird

Color
Black
Engine
N/A
Miles
21,074

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