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2003 Ford Thunderbird Convertible
In 1955, the Thunderbird was revealed as a personal luxury car and
changed over time until production ceased at the end of 1997. In
2002, Ford brought the Thunderbird back as a two-seat model that
was available until the end of 2005 and this eleventh generation
car had the same two-seat coupe/convertible layout as the first
generation, as well as some of the same characteristics as was on
the 55'-57' T-Birds.
The car is powered by a 3.9L V8 FI DOHC 32V engine with a 5-speed
automatic transmission getting the brisk performance to the ground.
There were only 2,460 convertibles that were finished in the
beautiful Whisper White exterior paint making it rare especially
with the two-tone black and red leather interior, providing an
excellent contrast that is pleasing to the eye. This T-Bird comes
with both the hard top, which is painted the same color to match
the exterior and a power soft top as well. You have the potential
for 3 different looks hard top coupe, soft top cabriolet, and 2
seat roadster. What more could you want?
The car has only 40,800 original miles and has been meticulously
maintained and serviced. Options for this 2003 Ford Thunderbird
include: Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio with CD Player,
Aluminum/Alloy Wheels, Anti-Lock Brakes, Anti-Theft System, Power
Convertible Top, Cruise Control, Driver/Passenger Airbag, Leather
Interior, Heated Seats, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Seats,
Power Mirrors, Power Steering, Power Windows, Radial Tires, Rear
Window Defogger, Tilt Wheel, and Traction Control. This 2-owner
T-Bird is absolutely perfect and looks just as good as it did when
it rolled off the assembly line. It is reliable and can be enjoyed
year-round with the versatile tops. You can have the classic looks
to cruise in with the modern convenience of a late model car.
Do not let this one slip away at only $21,900.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $19,900.00!
This car is being sold for a collector in the Seattle, Washington
- Stock Number:1898