The 1957 Ford Thunderbird is an iconic classic. So, it just gets
better when you find one where it has a great shining color combo,
removable hardtop, proper V8 power, and a solid investment in the
chrome so it shines as bright as your nostalgia.
The '57 T-bird had the sleekest look of the first generation, and
so the sporty red paint just seems fitting. And it's a quality
application that upholds the premium image you demand from Ford's
personal luxury cruiser. Plus, there's nice panel alignment that
means you can close the doors with confidence, the fender skirts
follow the contour of the body, and there are crisp lines that give
you the jet-inspired tailfins. And the complete brightwork package
means you get to see the details you love, like the artful front
bumper, hood scoop, turbine-style wheel covers, and the exhaust
still exits neatly through the rear bumper. The porthole hardtop is
practically an icon all on its own. It looks good in white,
especially since it matches with whitewall tires.
If you like the red and white look with the hardtop on, then you'll
love to know you get the same appeal when you're open to the world,
too. There was a nice investment here keeping the two-tone well
intertwined. In fact, the white is used to draw added attention
places, like the ribbed inserts of the seat and T-bird logo door
panels. Even the dash follows this theme with a smooth red on top
with white accenting and a white steering wheel. The
machined-turned lower dash panel has all the classic pieces there
for display purposes, including the heat/defrost sliders and AM
radio. The details are nice with the working courtesy light and
sporty gauge package. Even the trunk has a stock, correct, and
clean look, right down to the stand-up spare tire.
Since you have a bold red car, it's great to lift the hood and see
a bold red block. The engine bay not only has a tidy look that's
ready to show off, but also it has nice details, like the
Thunderbird valve covers and correct polished air grabber. This is
Ford's 292 cubic-inch V8 topped with a four-barrel carburetor.
That's proper blue oval power, and the way it fires up with gusto
signals it has been treat with proper respect. And so you'll love
taking full control with the three-speed manual transmission.
This is the sharp-looking and smooth-driving T-bird you've always
wanted. So don't let an awesome cruiser like this slip through tour
fingers. Call today!!!