Gateway Classic Cars is proud to offer this rare bird. This 1963
Ford Thunderbird is ready to fly and shows off its color
combination. The color on this Thunderbird is in the rare Rose
Beige exterior with Rose Beige interior. She is powered by a 390
CID V8 which is paired to a 3-Speed Automatic Transmission. After
an extension history search, it has been said to have been built
and delivered in November 1962. Original California car since new.
From the finding this Thunderbird was used as a daily driver from
new until 1977. It was placed in storage from 1977 until early
1991. The original owner resurrected this bird and brough back to
life. The second owner bought it in running condition from the
original owner in Hawthorne, California in September 1991. It has
been said to have some rebuilt components include Engine,
transmission, driveshaft, front and rear Suspensions. Speedometer.
Replaced items include all engine electrical components, front and
rear seat upholstery, headliner, carpet, interior door panels,
nbsp; trunk liner, under hood insulation. She sits on 14" Hankook
Optimo H725 Tires. Additoinal options on this Thunderbird are AM/FM
Radio, AC, Power Seats, Power Windows, Seat Belts and White Wall
tires. This 1963 Ford Thunderbird can be seen in greater detail
including 100+ HD photos at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more
information, please call the Houston showroom at 832-243-6220 or
send us an email at [email protected]
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