Stk. 1746 1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible
There is no denying that the shape of a 1957 Ford Thunderbird has to be one of the most attractive designs to come out of the Fifties. Of the fourteen colors available in 1957, Code E or Colonial White still seems to be the most popular color. This particular T-Bird of ours is an absolute stunner. Produced on June 17, 1957 in Dearborn, Michigan and making its debut come-back with a body off frame restoration in 2002, now wears a gleaming coat of correct Colonial White over a correct Flame Red interior. This19,593 mile original mile T-Bird will most certainly turn heads and stop traffic. Just one of many eye-catching highlights of this car has to be its interior. With its machined turned aluminum trim and the way it plays off the ribbed padded-dash and door panels is sheer art. Helping to complete the experience from within is factory power steering, power brakes, Town and Country radio, power windows, after-market air conditioning, and the very rare option of Dial-O-Matic memory seats. Rounding out that classic look on the exterior are true Thunderbird wire wheels mounted on traditional wide whitewall tires, along with beautifully re-chromed bright work at all touch points and a removable porthole hardtop. Keep in mind that this Bird is a true roadster, so there is no (soft) convertible top. Under that familiar air scoop youll find the original 245 horsepower, 312 cubic inch four-barrel power-plant connected to a two-speed Ford-O-Matic transmission delivering the goods to a correct 3.10:1 rear end. This very fine Thunderbird is a wonderful driving automobile that is fully prepared to exceed your expectations and carry you off to new destinations and experiences. Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for more information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"