Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is thrilled to offer this
stunning 1955 Ford Thunderbird that is very much original making it
a great driver's car! The Thunderbird was Henry Ford's response to
the Chevrolet Corvette, and was revealed at the Detroit Auto Show
on February 20, 1954. No one could have predicted the success the
Thunderbird would have. The Thunderbird's first year of production
literally outsold the Corvette more than 23 to 1. Though it was
sleek and sporty, the Thunderbird was not considered a sports car
to Ford, but a "personal luxury vehicle." This Torch Red beauty is
a fine example of that first year, a great representation of the
epic Thunderbird line. With a short and stout body, lovely curves,
and a removable hard top, it's a real looker. This Thunderbird for
sale is powered by a legendary 292 cubic inch Y-Block V8 and is
accompanied by an automatic transmission. The red and white
interior looks gorgeous giving the interior the look it had coming
right out of the showroom back in 1955. This fun driving 1955
Thunderbird convertible for sale is ready to head on down to the
local cruise-in, drive-in movie or road trip! This 1955 Ford
Thunderbird can be seen in great detail including 100+ HD Pictures
and an HD video at gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional
information please call our knowledgeable staff at (618)271-300 or
email us at [email protected] The St Louis showroom is
located at 1237 Central Park Drive, O'fallon Illinois 62269. Video:
1955 Ford Thunderbird
Interior Color:Red & White
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