Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
When you're looking for a final generation T-bird you want distinction, features, and style. This 2003 Ford Thunderbird has it all, and it does it for quite a nice price. So dig into the details on this loaded V8 modern classic.
Torch Red is a terrific factory color. After all, when you combine it with a low mileage example like this, you get a car that has a bold finish and a deep shine. Plus, this was one of the colors from the first-gen Thunderbird, and that's exactly what you want on a car like this. After all, the final-gen T-bird is a modern tribute to the iconic design that launched Ford's personal luxury car. It pays homage to that 1950s machine with stylish details, like the hood scoop, bright grille, big round taillights, and plenty of chrome-like polish on the 17-inch wheels. And of course, no vintage tribute is complete without a sleek hardtop with hallmark porthole windows.
The hardtop looks great, but you also know a convertible like this loves to be open to the world. That's because this example has the expensive color accessory option. You get the bold Torch Red inserted on the leather seats, center console, door panels, lower dash, shift knob, and even the steering wheel. The result is a car that has a stylish and coordinated presentation inside and out. Not only does it look outstanding, but also this is loaded with all the best in modern features. It includes power windows, power locks, keyless entry, power driver's seat, tilt steering column, cup holders, cruise control, and an AM/FM stereo with six-disc CD changer. There's heated seats and dual-zone automatic A/C climate control, and so you and your passenger get to dial in an individual level of comfort temperature. And any time a little rain falls on your sunny day open-top driving, this also has a power folding soft top to keep you secure and dry.
A proper Thunderbird needs proper V8 power. The 3.9-liter motor is a fuel-injected DOHC unit, and so it upholds the traditional T-bird standards while also delivering modern performance. The engine bay has the clean look of a low-mileage collectable, and it shows all signs of being the factory original setup. We have records that show this has been given quality maintenance investments, and so the motor runs with the smoothness you want in a fuel injected machine. Plus, the five-speed automatic transmission, power steering, fully independent suspension, and four-wheel power disc brakes come together to deliver a sharp but supple driving experience.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, maintenance records, and the owner's manual. This combines the iconic look, modern amenities, and nice price, so it's time to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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