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319-366-7600 1962 FORD THUNDERBIRD SPORT ROADSTER M CODE 390 TRI
POWER. When it comes to the Holy Grail of early 60s Thunderbirds
the pinnacle is the real Sport Roadster, code 89, which of course
comes with the color keyed tonneau cover. But add to that an M code
390 Tri Power engine and well, let's just say Yowza! Check out the
documentation on from the factory and know that there is also a
binder of receipts going back to the mid 70s! This one is an
excellent example with some great options, fabulous chrome, glass,
paint, and interior. It is solid and straight and runs like a top.
All the power options work great and the top raises and lowers with
ease. The lights, suspension, brakes, and gauges all work as they
should. If you truly like the look of the Bullet Nose Bird you will
love this car, especially with the top down. This one features a
Quite, smooth, detailed FE block V8 with Dress Up Kit and fully
functioning Tri Power. Cruise-O-Matic Automatic Transmission,
Factory Correct Steering Wheel with Master Guide Power Steering. It
is finished in Diamond Gloss Rangoon Red with a Black Power Top
over a straight body. The desirable Kelsey Hayes Wire Wheels with
brand new P215/75R14 White Wall Radials. The Black interior is like
new, also, with Lifeguard Safety Padded dash and visors along with
a 4 Way Power Driver's Seat. The tuned Dual Exhaust System with
Turn Down Tips sounds great. There is a aftermarket AM FM radio in
the dash with the antenna mounted on the passenger fender. There is
the Magic Aire Heater and Defroster, Full factory In Dash
Instrumentation, and Twin Chrome exterior Rear View Mirrors, This
one is eligible for Membership in the National T-bird Owners
Association. There are detailed Engine Bay and Trunk with Mat Jack
and Spare and a clean undercarriage. This is a very rare, rare car!
1962 Ford Thunderbird
Location:Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Exterior Color:Rangoon Red
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