The iconic look of a '50 Ford street machine meets modern comforts
like fuel injection and air conditioning. That's what makes this
1996 Ford Thunderbird so appealing even beyond its affordable
This is a terrific way to get some attention and have fun, and yet,
never giving up creature comforts. The unique fiberglass hood,
quarter panels, and trunk transform this late-model coupe into a
classic '50s Ford. And what's really great is that this custom
T-bird was done to look like a true custom street machine. The
smooth front end, half-moon headlights, dual spotlights, faux lake
pipes, frenched license plate, and wraparound ribbed bumpers make a
striking hot rod impression. And the GM-style chrome grille is a
page borrowed from the lead sleds. Add in a set of bright 17-inch
alloys, and you have a truly impressive package.
Inside it's great to have a more modern T-bird. After all, these
are Ford's personal luxury machines. So up front there are two
plush cloth bucket seats that offer all-day comfort. There's also
enough legroom in the back to keep family and friends happy, too.
This is a great driver-focused machine with pieces that wraparound
you, like the tilt steering column, cruise control, armrest center
console, cup holders, factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, and controls
for the cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. Plus, there are more
great features, like power windows, power locks, dual airbags, and
Under the vintage-style hood are more great modern features. Ford's
3.8-liter V6 is a long-standing powerhouse. It features an overhead
valve design and fuel injection to make it both useful and
powerful. This is truly a grand touring machine thanks to features
like power steering and a four-speed automatic transmission with
highway-friendly overdrive. But you'll also enjoy this one when the
roads get twisty thanks to the fully independent suspension and
four-wheel disc brakes.
Interesting, affordable, and fun - it's going to be hard to top
this unique total package. So don't miss out, call today!