20950 Rogers Drive
Ford's most iconic car of the 1950's is the 1957 Ford Thunderbird. The 1957 edition of the Thunderbird was redesigned and featured a new front bumper, larger grille, newly redesigned gauges, and new accentuated tailfins. This particular '57 T-Bird underwent an extensive restoration process including a motor rebuild, transmission rebuild, and re-chroming. With the ever reliable 312 V8, single 4 barrel carburetor, and Ford automatic transmission, this D-Code T-bird is an instant winner. The trunk and engine compartment have been recently detailed and present quite well. This little black beauty has been refinished in its original Raven Black and includes the matching porthole hardtop. Accented with wide whitewall tires and chrome wire wheels along with a rear mounted color matched continental kit, this baby bird convertible is a real stunner. This '57 Thunderbird is well optioned accessories-wise and includes factory power steering, power brakes, power windows, Town/Country radio and fender skirts. The chrome and brightwork are in excellent shape as well as the underside of this car. The bench seat interior of this Thunderbird is finished in black and white vinyl that complements the exterior look of the car. The steering wheel and dash are also in very nice shape. Seat belts have also been added to the bench seats. If you're looking for a great collectible that runs as well as it looks, this 1957 Ford Thunderbird is it. Give us a call!
*Hard top only available.
*Rebuilt 312 V8 - Correct Engine
*Refinished in Original Raven Black Paint
*Vinyl Bench Seat Interior
*Factory Power Steering
*Original T/C Radio
*Chrome Wire Wheels - Wide Whitewalls
*Detailed Trunk w/ Spare - Fender Skirts
*Hard Top Only
*Odometer Reads: 26,662 Miles
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