Here's a sharp 1959 Ford Thunderbird 2dr H/T finished in Steel Blue
Metallic and Diamond Blue, with a Blue Sof-Textured Vinyl Bolster
and Blue Sof-Textured Vinyl interior. The odometer reads 35,767;
however, we can not confirm to be original or not. Under the hood
is a 352 CID OHV V8 - rated at 300hp. Power meets the pavement with
a 3-Speed Cruise-O-Matic (auto) transmission and 3.10:1 rear end.
The paint is driver quality with some dry spots, but the
pinstriping gives it a nice look. The chrome, bright work, and
stainless steel look to be in good shape. The interior is all
original and in good condition, and everything is in working order,
from the power windows to the AM radio. The front seats, carpets,
headliner, and door cards are in good shape. There is a small tear
on the right side of the rear bench seat. The car was originally
equipped with AC, and the compressor is included. This T-bird runs
great; on the road, it cruises and shifts smoothly. All four tires
are new. If you are looking for a classic ready to be enjoyed on
your way to a car show or for a lovely weekend cruise, this 1959
Ford Thunderbird fits the bill. Call us at 763-434-6565 /
763-999-1098 or email ''[email protected]'' to inquire about
this 1959 Ford Thunderbird 2dr H/T. WE ARE OPEN TO TRADES, AND
FINANCING & WARRANTY OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE!
1959 Ford Thunderbird
Location:Ham Lake, Minnesota
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