Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
We all know triple-black cars are the most desirable classics. So when you can get that factory blackout presentation, retro styling, and modern amenities on this low mileage 2002 Ford Thunderbird, then you know this is the ideal future classic at an unbeatable price.
This is a very distinct retro T-bird. After all, many people opted to have the color combos made famous by the pastel first-generation cars. Instead, this one wears the glossy Evening Black with distinction. Averaging less than 1,400 miles annually means this has been treated with the proper respect, and that gives it a true standout presence as this retro machine matures into full classic status. More than just slick factory paint, the dark color draws even more attention to the brightwork. There is a bold shine on the classic-style grille, fender vents, dual exhaust tips, and those mirror-like seven-spoke wheels. It's true rolling opulence. And while the black folding roof looks terrific, for that added degree of sophistication, this one also comes with the factory original hardtop with iconic porthole windows.
The charcoal black interior adds a tone of extra definition while completing the ultra-desirable triple black (exterior, roof, and interior.) And the low mileage means a full clean presentation with supple leather seats. Plus, the hint of brightwork on the doors and dash help return that classic feeling. The driver gets a modern take on the Thunderbird logo on the steering wheel, and beyond that are white-faced gauges that also carry a cool retro pastel needles. This comes loaded with everything you could want, including power seats, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, power steering, cruise control, dual air bags, and a premium AM/FM CD changer stereo. When you take this out for a sunny-day cruise, the power windows and power folding soft top means you can choose to never leave the driver's seat to go from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience. Plus, the dual zone climate control means you and your passenger get to dial-in the ideal individual temperature to stay comfortable all year round.
Ford's fuel-injected 3.9-liter DOHC V8 was the right choice for the Thunderbird. After all, a proper T-bird needs eight cylinders, and this one had the modern amenities to give it smooth power at both the low and top ends. This is the original motor, and as you can see from the fresh presentation, it has been well maintained. The five-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive is an ideal pairing for an all-day cruiser. In fact, while this Thunderbird is a personal luxury car like its ancestors, it comes with a fully independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and ABS. So it's a true modern driver that will just be begging for you to add to the low odometer.
The sale comes complete with original window sticker, owner's manual, maintenance records, and a stand for the hardtop. This T-bird has the best colors, a great presence, and an amazing price. An ideally built modern classic like this might never be such a bargain again, so hurry up and call today!
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