This 2004 Ford Thunderbird is a one-owner, low-mileage drop-top.
And it has a smooth V8, attractively bright exterior, and loaded
full two-tone interior. So you're looking at an impressively
preserved luxury modern classic - all offered for a terrific
The bold Torch Red is borrowed from the original '55 T-Bird
palette, and so it's an ideal vivid color for a modern classic. And
because this is a one-owner car that has averaged under 1,100 miles
annually, just about any imperfection you see will be from being
tucked away in the garage. So that means a stunning car on day one
and a small detail away from making your own garage look like the
Ford showroom. And speaking of showcasing, we love these because
all the vintage details are right, too, including the grille, hood
scoop, fender vents, and the iconic portholes on the removable
hardtop. The doors fit tight and the alloy wheels still have the
mirror-like polish. And this exceptional presentation makes this
one extra appealing. It's an instant classic that has been treated
just as you would if you had it since new.
These final-gen T-Birds continued the long tradition of being
premium cars, and so there were very few options from the factory.
One of the few available was a full two-tone color combo. The low
mileage means little seat time, especially with one-owner care, and
so this red and black combo looks amazing. That means you have a
terrific style to share with the world today, and a unique feature
that will add value as this matures into full classic status. And
the full desirability of the interior goes well beyond the color
combo. It's loaded with luxury features, including a power driver's
seat, power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, power
steering, cruise control, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, and a
premium AM/FM/CD stereo. You get both the hardtop and a
power-folding soft top, but really, a car like this was meant to be
open to the world. And you get to enjoy this open-air feeling to
the fullest because heated seats and dual-zone automatic A/C
climate control let you and your passenger dial-in an individual
level of comfort.
The 3.9-liter motor was a development between Jaguar and Ford. So
it has a well-done engineering background mixed with a sporty
feeling. As expected with a car in this condition, it's the
original powerhouse that remains looking fresh. The fuel-injected
32-valve DOHC setup means a car that starts eagerly, idles
smoothly, and has power ready for you no matter if you're at the
stoplight or passing on the highway. The five-speed automatic
transmission is an ideal pairing that offers nice gearing for
acceleration and overdrive comfort. In fact, with a fully
independent suspension and four-wheel power disc brakes, this may
look like a first-gen Thunderbird, but it handles like a proper
modern luxury cruiser.
Complete with the owner's manual packet, this is an exceptionally
preserved Thunderbird that's ideal for cruising today and watching
the admiration grow for the years ahead. Call today!!!