1960 FORD THUNDERBIRD.
A STUNNING SURVIVOR COMPLETELY CODE CORRECT SECOND GENERATION THUNDERBIRD WITH ONLY 38K ORIGINAL MILES.
TWO-OWNER CAR THAT WAS METICULOUSLY CARED FOR SINCE DAY ONE.
THE SECOND OWNER INHERITED THE CAR IN 2004.
THIS CAR IS IN STUNNING UNMOLESTED FACTORY CONDITION STORED IN A CLIMATE CONTROLLED BUILDING ITS ENTIRE LIFE.
FACTORY CORRECT TO THE DATA PLATE SPECS.
ONE REPAINT TO THE ORIGINAL COLOR BY THE SECOND OWNER. THE CAR WAS COMPLETELY STRIPPED OF ALL OF ITS STAINLESS AND CHROME TRIM AND BUMPERS. EACH PIECE WAS PROFESSIONALLY POLISHED AND BUFFED AND RE-INSTALLED AFTER PAINT. THE PAINT JOB ON THIS CAR IS ONE OF THE NICEST WE'VE EVER SEEN. THE CAR LOOKS ABSOLUTELY STUNNING. ALL NEW WEATHER-STRIPPING INSTALLED AFTER PAINT.
Y CODE - BUILT AT THE WIXOM MICHIGAN PLANT.
DATE 23E - MAY 23, 1960
ORIGINAL Y BLOCK 352 CI 300HP MOTOR. THE MOTOR HAS NEVER BEEN OUT OF THE CAR. IT HAS BEEN ROUTINELY MAINTAINED AND RUNS QUIET AND SMOOTH.
BODY CODE 63A - 2 DOOR HARDTOP.
COLOR M - CORINTHIAN WHITE.
TRIM 84 - TAN LEATHER.
TRANS 4 - CRUISE-O-MATIC TRANSMISSION.
AXLE 3 - 3:10 GEARS.
THIS CAR IS STUNNING.
CLEAN ENGINE BAY!
METAL APPEARS TO BE ALL ORIGINAL ON THE CAR AND IS IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION.
A TRULY GORGEOUS AND SOLID MACHINE THAT IS IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION! CLEAN AND SOLID THROUGHOUT.
IMMACULATE TRUNK COMPARTMENT WITH ORIGINAL TRUNK MAT, JACK , AND SPARE.
THE PAINT ON THE CAR IS ABSOLUTELY STUNNING. FINISHED IN THE CORRECT CORINTHIAN WHITE.
ALL OF THE CHROME AND STAINLESS IS IN SUPERB CONDITION.
CLEAN, STRAIGHT, AND SOLID BODY WITH GORGEOUS PAINT!
THE MOTOR STARTS EASY, IT SOUNDS SMOOTH, SHIFTS EXCELLENT, STOPS, STEERS, AND RUNS BEAUTIFULLY. IT CAN TRULY BE DRIVEN WITH COMPLETE CONFIDENCE AND RELIABILITY! SHOW AND GO!!!
THIS CAR RUNS AND SHOWS EXCELLENT!
MICHELIN WHITE WALL TIRES MOUNTED TO THE FORD WHEELS WITH THUNDERBIRD HUBCAPS THAT ARE IN PERFECT CONDITION.
THE CAR HANDLES BEAUTIFULLY.
ALL ORIGINAL TAN LEATHER INTERIOR IN UNBELIEVABLE CONDITION. THE INTERIOR IS STUNNING; INCLUDING THE SEAT UPHOLSTERY, DOOR PANELS, HEADLINER, CARPET, SEALS,...ETC. OPERATING LIGHTS, DASH LIGHTS, GAUGES, BLINKERS, HORN, HEATER, ETC... ALL WORK. FACTORY AM RADIO INTACT AND IN WORKING CONDITION. ONLY THE FRONT LEATHER SEAT ARE STARTING TO SHOW THEIR AGE. THE INTERIOR IS A TRUE TESTAMENT AS TO HOW WELL THIS CAR HAS BEEN MAINTAINED SINCE DAY ONE.
THE WINDOW GLASS LOOKS PERFECT AND THE POWER WINDOWS OPERATE SMOOTHLY.
NEWER DOOR HANDLES AND SILL PLATES.
THIS CAR DRIVES AND HANDLES EXCELLENT!
CLEAR OHIO TITLE IN OUR NAME.
THANKS FOR LOOKING AND PLEASE CALL WITH ANY QUESTIONS!
BlueLine Classics is located in North Royalton, Ohio. We are a licensed Ohio car dealer that specializes in muscle, classic and antique cars & trucks. We don't sell anything that we aren't proud to drive ourselves.
We own our entire inventory. Our cars our hand picked by us and a great deal of consideration goes into every purchase we make and every vehicle we offer for sale. We purchase every vehicle while keeping in mind these cars will be an investment to the next owner. We DO NOT do any consignment sales, we own every car we offer for sale.
All of our inventory is stored indoors in a climate controlled facility.
We price our cars to sell fast and give our customers the best deal we can. We pride ourselves on repeat customers and new friendships. We encourage you to compare our prices on comparable cars to other dealers as well as private owners. Please research our business to find out what we are all about... Faith, family, fun and classic automobiles!!!
Check out our unsolicited feedback from satisfied buyers. The feedback speaks for itself!
Please remember our cars are classics and most of our inventory is over 40 years old. They're built to drive and do develop drips from long periods of sitting due to expanding and contracting seals and gaskets. It's seldom that we come across a classic that's completely drip free. We do our best to describe our inventory in full detail, to include pictures and video; however, due to the age of these cars, we're unable to offer a warranty. While we only deal in vehicles that are in quality condition, we always prefer the buyer take the time to check the vehicle out in person or arrange for a third party vehicle inspection. We strive to make our customers happy and pride ourselves on positive feedback.
If you would like to fly in and check this beauty out, we would be happy to pick you up from the Cleveland-Hopkins Airport. This car can be put up on our lift and you'll be able to do a thorough inspection as well as enjoy a test drive.
YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED
Please feel free to contact us. We would be happy to provide an honest and accurate description to any questions you may have. This car has a clear Ohio title. We can also assist you in arranging financing and/or shipping, if needed, and can easily handle all of the necessary paperwork.
FINANCING IS AVAILABLE.
OVERSEAS SHIPPING CAN EASILY BE ARRANGED.
Please feel free to contact us for any questions or concerns.
Thanks for looking.
Call any time!!
Pick of the Day driven less than 80,000 miles since new
Car is being sold because owner lost its indoor storage spot
This is the sixth vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
The “square-bird” four-seater models that replaced Ford’s iconic Thunderbird roadsters are considered the original “personal luxury” cars.
Barrett-Jackson auctioned off in Scottsdale the impeccable silver-gray 1956 Ford Thunderbird that the legendary Frank Sinatra drove around Palm Springs, California, when he was not off with the rest of the Rat Pack.
Strikingly elegant was the thought that popped to mind when this triple black 1966 Ford Thunderbird appeared as I clicked through candidates for Pick of the Day.
The first-generation two-seat Ford Thunderbird is always a favorite among classic and collector car owners, which sometimes leaves the second generation largely overlooked.
The Ford Thunderbird has gone through many iterations during its design and market focus.
After a visit to Europe in the early 1950s, Henry Ford II decided he wanted to build a two-seat, convertible sports car for the American public.