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This 2002 Ford Thunderbird Convertible has one of the boldest color combos around. So to discover a low-mileage, loaded, and preserved V8 T-bird like this is truly a terrific find. The affordable price is just the cherry on top.
This car has averaged less than 1,300 miles annually so far in its life, and that tells you it was only used for special trips. The condition of the body and the shine of the paint really show off this exceptional care. We don't see too many final generation Thunderbirds in Whisper White. It looks especially elegant when the color-matched porthole hardtop is in place, and the black folding roof has the appeal white coat tuxedo. So you can't go wrong any way you choose to motor in this modern classic. These T-birds were out to have a retro car kind of appeal, and so they look good with brightwork. Ford did it in places like the grille and 17-inch polished alloys. And this one adds a touch more flair with custom upgrades, like the wheel arches, door handles, and taillight caps.
We know you're going to love driving this one with the top down. White was one of the factory colors that was allowed to have the optional red accent interior. This bold and striking inside really sets the car apart and lets you know people are going to be drawn to it for decades to come. This continues to look so vibrant because the low miles and quality care give it a nearly new feeling. And you'll love this Thunderbird for more than just its appearance. It's a loaded personal luxury car. That means the leather bucket seats individually power adjust to your ideal position. There's dual-zone automatic A/C climate control to keep you feeling cool even when the top is down. Plus, you have power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, a power convertible top, cruise control, and a premium AM/FM stereo with in-dash six-disc CD changer.
The 3.9-liter V8 was a development between Jaguar and Ford. So it has a well-done engineering background mixed with a sporty feeling. As expected with a car in this condition, the engine bay remains looking like today is day one. But if you do decide to take this low mileage collectable out on the road, you will be rewarded. The fuel-injected 32-valve DOHC setup means a car that starts eagerly, idles smoothly, and is pleasingly responsive. The five-speed automatic transmission is an ideal pairing that offers nice gearing for acceleration and overdrive comfort. In fact, with a fully independent suspension and four-wheel power disc brakes, this may look like a first-gen Thunderbird, but it handles like a proper modern luxury cruiser.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the first year for the final-gen T-bird, and this one celebrates it boldly. So if you want a well-preserved modern classic that loves to stand out, call today!
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