614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1964 Ford Thunderbird coupe loves to be a distinct cruiser. There\'s a big V8 under the hood, an awesomely elegant color theme, and nice details like cold-blowing A/C to make this quite an appealing total package.
True cruiser style means the right mix of style and easy use. And the paint sets that tone nicely. Wimbledon White is a legendary Ford color, and this has been resprayed later in life to make sure this classic continues having a clean look without becoming a museum piece. And the shiny presentation deserved to be seen in the Sunday sunshine. And speaking of shine, it\'s great to see all the distinct brightwork so complete. We love how the front bumper follows the contour of the angular nose, and the rear one surrounds the wide tail lights. Wire wheels, whitewall tires, and fender skirts all instantly inspire nostalgia. Even the fender-top turn signals are working. So the whole car will strike you as the kind of coupe that will be fun to take to cars & coffee just because we rarely see this level of detail out on the road.
The turquoise is the kind of thing that has a true 1960s vibe. It\'s distinctly tasteful against the exterior white, and the trim says this was born this way. This Thunderbird demonstrates what personal luxury really means. It starts with everyone getting their own bucket seat - including the rear. While everyone gets individual comfort, the full package clearly makes you the king of this T-bird. Your seat power adjusts, and there\'s even a swing-away steering column for easier entry. A center console was integrated into the driver-oriented cockpit, and it includes controls for essentials like power windows and an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner with cassette. The vintage-style under-dash air conditioner even blows cold with modern R134a refrigerant. So your overall impression will be a driver-quality interior with a comfortable road-ready style.
The engine bay even shows off some premium style with the golden block, polished air grabber, and bright Thunderbird valve covers. At the heart of it all is a big 390 cubic-inch V8 that\'s now topped with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. It\'s a strong and smooth powerhouse that has a nice added hint of V8 tune from the glasspack-style dual exhaust. Add in the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes, and you have a proper easy-going classic cruiser.
This is the sharp classic T-bird with all the right features to be your favorite cruiser. Call today!!!
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