Eric's Muscle Cars is proud to offer this ultra rare "E" Bird with
only around 1500 produced. Powered by the original 312 Rated at 270
HP @4800 RPM. With a dual 4-barrel carburator set up. Many dual
four barrel over the years were converted to single 4 barrels
making this all original Baby Bird that much more rare. This car
has the original dual Holley 4000's (Tea Pots) add power windows ,
power seats and power steering. The factory also gave two options
for the hard tops. One option has the port holes cut in the sides
to increase visability. Which are seen on most T Birds. This car
has the non-portal hard top. Called a Medallion Top which you don't
see that often. This beauty was only driven 2,945 miles over 16
years by the current owner and Was when purchased with 106201
appears as 6201 onthe odometer. Now 109146 appears as 9146 on the
odometer. Bought on 7/22/2005. Garage kept and covered. Have
receipt for most items listed. Original rims purchased with car
were not correct rubbing interior tires. Bought Coker tires and
Coker Kelsey wire rims installed 9/12/2005 Town and country radio
repaired by D&M restoration to play and watch seek scan in
1/30/2006. Lasted about 10 years. Manifold restore by Jerry Mac
Neish's Camaro Hi-Performance in 11/8/2012. Both Holley 4000's
rebuilt 3/11/2013 by Mr Stutz in PA. Purchased and installed gas
tank (Concours Parts) 2/20/2013. At request of carburator builder
to eliminate possible rust in old fuel tank ruining new carburator
rebuilds. After repairs used only premium gas without ethanol. New
Convertible top cover installed by Doug's Upholstering Inc
3/30/2016. Top removed after a month and hung in basement straight
to keep from creasing. New generator and voltage regulator
(Concours Parts) installed 3/18/2021. Other items included. New
brake shoes in boxes, extra motor pulley for possible A/C hook up,
new correct Aluminum radiator in box, four ford hub caps, correct
spare tire in trunk, old ford jack in trunk, 1957 Ford and
Thunderbird shop manual.
1957 Ford Thunderbird
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