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From around 1956 until the mid 1980s, Dodge, Plymouth and even Chrysler squads were the most ubiquitous police cars in North America. In fact, the biggest department, the NYPD, used Plymouth and Dodge squads almost exclusively until the rear-drive M body car was finally axed in 1989.
The no-frills Savoy two-door sedan was home to another engine of considerable repute, the infamous 413 Max Wedge, a Super Stock monster block Chrysler introduced in the spring of 1962.
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The second-generation Thunderbird is arguably the most distinctive of the bunch. So when you can find a rare convertible that has received the right care, has proper 352 V8 power, and has cool extras, like an A/C interior, then you know you this 1960 Ford Thunderbird is a true cut-above classic... and its all at a very nice price. We like the way this factory-correct Corinthian White looks on this droptop. The consignor states the car was restored about four years ago, and the extra gloss and shine on this sunny-day drop-top really seems to show off this work the best. These second-generation cars are affectionately called Squarebirds because of the sharp angels, but the intricate lines of the wraparound chrome bumpers front and rear reveal there was a lot more going on with this design than its predecessor. There are bright details abound on the T-birds, including the little ornaments atop each front fender, the Thunderbird script on the rocket-shaped body side moldings, and the chrome grilles on the rear panels. And youll love the little details, like the wire wheels with whitewalls, fender skirts, and the way the door hands seem to be the starting line that evolves into the tailfin. So this one is for lovers of intricate style. The white convertible top has a clean look that goes nicely with the white paint. But when you take it down, you really get to share with the world the soft colors you love on a 1960s premium classic. The triple tones of turquoise on the seats and door panels have a Lincoln-level of execution. And the whole interior flows with purpose from the gorgeous cockpit-style dash through the center console. Theres plenty of room with everyone getting their own individual-style button-top seat. But youll be just as happy cruising solo in Fords personal luxury machine. There are cool classic features, like the working AM radio, as well as nice upgrades, like the removable cup holder console. Power windows and a power convertible top give you the luxury of never having to leave the drivers seat when you want to open this one up to the world. Even the factory-style air conditioning is blowing nice and cold so that you can enjoy top-down motor even in the summertime. Flip up the sporty front-hinged hood to reveal an engine bay full of Ford power. This era-correct V8 looks great with the correct bright air grabber, yellow Ford valve covers, and cool Interceptor badging of the 352 cubic-inch motor. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, the V8 has all the right power to properly move this drop-top. On the road, the dual exhaust gives a hint at the horsepower under the hood, but the T-bird never loses its composure. It floats down the boulevard like a true vintage luxury convertible should. This is aided by the right features such as the three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, and power steering. The sale comes with the first-owner registration, owners manual, service manuals, and a 2016 road-ready inspection. This is the sleek-looking and great-driving T-bird thats loaded with all the right features. And at a price like this, you know you need to hurry to take this classic T-bird home. Call today!!!
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