This two owner car has always been garaged in a climate controlled environment. 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, during its success The eleventh and final generation had the same two-seat convertible layout as the first generation as well as some of the same characteristics as was on the 55-57 T-Birds. Because the Thunderbird shared the same DEW98 platform as the Lincoln LS and Jaguar S-Type, they shared interior styling particularly in the dash area, instrument panel and steering wheel. This particular model is hiding a Jaguar-designed 3.9L V8 FI DOHC 32V engine and a 5-speed automatic transmission.
It comes equipped with, power front and rear ABS ventilated disc brakes, traction control, auto delay headlamps off, child seat anchors, remote trunk release, cruise control, climate control, front reading lamps, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, front door pockets, dual vanity mirrors, power steering, power windows, power mirrors, heated mirrors remote keyless door locks, Height adjustable six way power driver seat, 2 way adjustable passenger seat, Leather Trim.
Finished in Torch Red, with torch red and black interior and a black cloth soft top. Driven only 17,380 trouble free miles it comes with a fleece lined color coordinated indoor car cover the original AM/FM Stereo in dash CD changer is in the trunk and it has been upgraded with a Pioneer 7” touch screen reverse camera view system which accepts Google Car Play for navigation.