213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 2005 Ford Thunderbird is one of the most desirable years to own a T-bird. So when you also have a single-year color, a loaded luxury interior, fuel-injected V8 power, and some good paperwork it makes for the right kind of car you can enjoy today and keep as a true collector for the years ahead.
This is an exceptionally desirable year to own a Thunderbird. Not only was 2005 the final production year (with the lowest numbers of this generation,) but also it represents the 50th anniversary of the Thunderbird. The Medium Steel Blue metallic paint is distinctive but elegant, which is a great way to celebrate the Thunderbird\'s history. Only 1463 were believed painted this color, and since this car has been treated with proper respect since day one, the factory-applied hue still looks quite striking today. And you\'ll love that all the details are right, too, including the grille, hood scoop, fender vents, and porthole on the removable hardtop. Everything appears exactly how the factory made it, so the doors fit tight and the 16-spoke alloy wheels have an intricate style. So it makes for a total package that\'s a rare opportunity to own a respected and survivor-grade modern classic.
Just like the original T-Bird, the interior does a fantastic job of coordinating with the exterior - after all, this car is meant to be seen with the top down. So the pair of black bucket seats have a great insert that matches the exterior blue. And averaging under 2700 miles annually means there was far less seat time than a commuter. The driver gets a modern take on the Thunderbird logo on the steering wheel, and beyond that are sharp-looking white-faced gauges. This comes loaded with everything you could want, including a premium AM/FM/CD stereo, power seats, power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, heated seats, a tilt/telescopic steering column, and cruise control. Owning a modern classic also means modern safety features such as dual front airbags and antilock brakes. If you do happen to take this out for a sunny-day cruise, there\'s the power-folding soft top to keep everything secure when you need it. Plus, the dual-zone climate control means you and your passenger get to have the perfect temperature to stay cool while looking cool in your T-Bird.
We like Ford\'s 3.9-liter DOHC fuel-injected V8. It saw use in the luxury car divisions, and so the focus was on being the right-size powerhouse for effortless cruising. The five-speed automatic transmission was also a big part of the appeal where the good radios and overdrive make this feel quite versatile. It\'s a personal luxury car like its ancestors, but it comes with more modern driving features. The fully independent suspension, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes mean you can be confident on any road.
The sale comes complete with the dealer invoice, owner\'s manual packet, a written history of the first owner\'s family, and the hardtop carrier. This beautiful final-year thunderbird has pedigree and rarity. So when it\'s also this affordable, you know it won\'t be with us long. Call today!!!
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