2002 Ford Thunderbird
Convertible Car for sale by PJ's Auto World in Clearwater, Florida 33755
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PJs Auto World is pleased to offer this 2002 Ford Thunderbird for Sale. Two owners Southern Car with only 24,245 miles. 3.9L V8 engine, automatic transmission, air conditioning, power steering, 4 wheel disc brakes, 17 chrome alloy wheels, beautiful Inspiration Yellow exterior (2002 One year fashion color option), color-keyed removable hardtop, power canvas soft top, power remote mirrors, power windows, gray bucket seat interior, white-faced gauges, AM/FM/6 Disc CD radio. Beautiful, well cared for, and offered at a great price!
After a five year hiatus, Ford introduced a new Thunderbird for 2002. Returning to the original formula for the Thunderbird, the latest version had a two-seat coupe/convertible layout like the first-generation Thunderbird and retrofuturistic styling to match. The eleventh generation Thunderbird was built at Fords Wixom Assembly Plant and was based on the companys DEW98 platform, which was shared with the Lincoln LS and Jaguar S-Type. Though the Thunderbirds exterior styling was unique relative to its platform mates, the instrument panel, steering wheel, and other trim pieces were borrowed from Lincoln LS. The sole engine of the Thunderbird was a Jaguar-designed AJ-30 3.9 L DOHC V8, a short-stroke (85mm) variant of the Jaguar AJ-26 4.0 L V8, making 252 horsepower (188 kW) and 267 lb-ft (362 N m) of torque. The engine was mated to Fords 5R55N 5-speed automatic transmission. The AJ-30 V8 was replaced by the AJ-35 in 2003 and later Thunderbirds, bringing with it variable valve timing (VVT) and electronic throttle control (ETC) as well as 280 horsepower (210 kW) and 286 lb-ft (388 N m) of torque. Complementing the extra power and torque provided by the AJ-35 V8, a manual shift feature for the 5-speed automatic called SelectShift was available as an option in 2003 and later Thunderbirds. With sales dropping off significantly after its first model year, Ford decided to make the 2005 model year the Thunderbirds last with no scheduled successor. The last one rolled off the assembly line on July 1, 2005.
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Classic Car ID101355407
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