After TEN generations of awesome coupes and convertibles, Ford
executives pulled the plug on Thunderbird production in late 1997.
Fact was, the market had been moving away from two-door offerings
for decades, and Ford was more interested in building on the
monumental success of their Taurus sedan and wagon. That is, until
the 'new Beetle' and Chrysler's infamous PT Cruiser tapped into a
massive retro craze that would steer the entire automotive industry
for years to come. With the Thunderbird marque, Ford execs knew
they had an ace in the hole. And when they unveiled this car,
lovingly nicknamed the 'retrobird', it was considered a stroke of
genius! Today, almost 20 years after the last retrobird was
assembled, these cars hold steady alongside Prowlers and SSRs as
unique modern collectibles that define an era of American
automotive history. And that's not even considering how great this
6,463-mile cruiser is to drive!
6,463-mile Thunderbird Convertible
3.9 liter V8 : Ford AJ35
Automatic transmission : Ford Bordeaux 5R44E 5-speed
Ford 8-inch rear axle with 3.58 gears
Dual-zone climate control
Power rack-and-pinion steering
4-wheel power disc brakes
Evening Black paint with an Evening Black hardtop
Two-tone interior with Red Accent leather and power-operated
Optional Audiophile sound system with a 6-disc CD changer
Power-operated soft top and accessory hardtop
17-inch premium chromed aluminum wheels
All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point
We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world
Call, click or visit https://www.RKMotors.com for more information
on this choice Ford drop-top!
2002 Ford Thunderbird
Location:Charlotte, North Carolina
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