This 1956 Ford Thunderbird is a second-year examplethat was built in Ford's Dearborn, Michigan plant with Peacock Blue paint and a Peacock and White interior, according to its data plate. The car was purchased by the seller'sfather in 1968 and when it passed to her and her brother in 1982, it was placed in storage and covered until 2014. Since then, the vehicle has received replacement upholstery, carpeting, and other components with original parts. The hood conceals a 312ci V8 equipped with a rebuilt radiator and connected to a 3-speed manual overdrive transmission. Equipment includes power steering, newer mufflers and exhaust pipes, a telescoping steering column, and an AM radio. This Thunderbird now comes with a white hardtop with portholes, refurbishment documentation, owner's literature, a clear New Mexico title in the seller's name, and more.
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