The Thunderbird was Ford's answer to the Corvette, and in 1957 it
outsold the Corvette. The Thunderbird was designed as a personal
luxury car, with better styling and more options than any other
two-seaters sold in its era. A frame-off restoration was done on
this Thunderbird and attention to detail was main focus. The car
still has all its original markings from the factory and is powered
by its matching-numbers 312ci 8-cylinder engine and automatic
transmission. This Thunderbird is equipped with some high-end
options, including power steering, power brakes, Town & Country
radio and power seats. Both a hardtop and an all-new soft-top are
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