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This 2003 Ford Thunderbird is a low-mileage drop-top that has a smooth V8, attractively bright exterior, and loaded interior. So youre looking at the ideal mix of a luxury cruiser and a modern classic - all for a terrific price. The bold Torch Red is borrowed from the original 55 T-Bird palette, but it has the luster of a modern clearcoat. So this convertible has quite an attractive appearance out in the sunshine. A T-bird is meant to be a drivers car, and youll see signs of enjoyment. But overall a vehicle that has averaged less than 3k miles annually tells you it was more about respected drives than the daily grind. So you get a great shine on day one, and youre just a professional detail away from a classic car kind of radiance. Plus, we love these because all the vintage details are right. This includes the grille, hood scoop, fender vents, and the iconic porthole on the removable hardtop. The doors fit tight and the alloy wheels still have a high polish shine. So you know this modern classic knows how to impress. One of the great features of this final gen Thunderbird is that you not only get a hardtop for a coupe-like look, but theres also a power folding soft top for an everyday kind of appeal. The black folding roof looks stylish against the exterior red. And if you like this color combo now, then it gets even better when you take the roof down. These Thunderbirds are premium cars, and so they came loaded directly from Ford. That meant there were only a few options on the list, but this has one of the most distinct and sought-after additions. The interior has bold red accents on the seats, shifter, and steering wheel. It makes a nice difference when youre driving with the top down and you can show off a well-coordinated package inside and out. This is loaded with great luxury features, including a power drivers seat, power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, power steering, cruise control, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, and a premium AM/FM stereo with in-dash CD changer. A car like this was meant to be open to the world. And you really get to enjoy this open-air feeling to the fullest, because dual-zone automatic A/C climate control and heated seats let you and your passenger dial-in an individual level of comfort. The 3.9-liter motor was a development between Jaguar and Ford. So it has a well-done engineering background mixed with a sporty feeling. As expected in a car this respected, its the original powerhouse that remains looking fresh. The fuel-injected 32-valve DOHC setup means a car that starts eagerly, idles smoothly, and has power ready for you no matter if youre at the stoplight or passing on the highway. The five-speed automatic transmission is an ideal pairing that offers nice gearing for acceleration and overdrive comfort. In fact, with a fully independent suspension and four-wheel power disc brakes, this may look like a first-gen Thunderbird, but it handles like a proper modern luxury cruiser. The sale comes complete with a hardtop carrier and convertible boot cover. When you want a personal luxury machine that leaves you wanting for nothing, its time to step up to this luxurious and boldly red T-Bird. Call today!!!
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