Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 2002 Ford
Thunderbird. The first eleventh generation Thunderbird rolled of
the assembly line in 2001 as a 2002 model. Over 31,000 units were
sold with much fanfare in 2002 with production ending in 2005. The
new Thunderbird was designed as a two-seater with a removable hard
top and a power folding convertible top reminiscent of the first
Thunderbird produced from 1955-57. Gaining critical acclaim in 2002
as Motor Trend Car of the Year. This one-owner 2002 Ford
Thunderbird has only 3,700 miles on the odometer. Painted in
Thunderbird Blue with a matching hardtop. Chromed alloy wheels add
a pop to this Birds good looks. The fabric convertible top is
black. The leather interior is well appointed with a two-tone color
scheme of Thunderbird Blue and black. Quite a dramatic look
especially when the top is down. Bucket seats and floor console
makes for one sporty cockpit. Under the hood is a 3.9liter V-8
pumping out 252hp. A five-speed automatic transmission sends power
to the rear wheels. Comfort features include air conditioning,
power convertible top, tilt/ telescopic wheel, cruise, power
windows, power locks, power seats, power mirrors, keyless entry,
anti-theft system, hardtop storage rack, power steering and power
brakes. Don't miss out on this low mile 2002 Ford Thunderbird. A
car that is destined to become a true classic.
2002 Ford Thunderbird
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