1963 Ford Thunderbird Roadster Convertible, 390 Big Block V8 Engine
with 4 Barrel Carburetor, Automatic Transmission, Bucket Seats with
storage center console, another 3-year run after the "Squarebird's"
three-year was the completely restyled "Bullet Bird" from 1961 to
1963. Featuring an even bigger engine with Dearborn's FE V8
enlarged to 390 cubic inches in '61. A Thunderbird convertible
paced the Indianapolis 500 in 1961 and two new models debuted the
following year. With walnut interior highlights and an amazing
ribbed stainless steel dash panel that merged with matching
stainless trim on the door panels. The famous Sports Roadster, with
the 2-seater cockpit style interior was appeased by covering the
backseat with a streamlined tonneau cover. She sits on Dazzling
Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels. ONLY 455 ROADSTERS were made in 1963.
Standard Equipment, AM Radio, Heater/Defroster, Power Brakes. Power
Steering. Power windows and remote manual adjustable driver's side
mirror. Little known fact this engine produced more HP that the
larger famous 409. 3-speed Cruise-O Matic MX automatic
transmission. M code Corinthian White Basecoat clearcoat paint in
good quality. Lines and gaps look good, not show car. Short fins.
Big chrome wraparound rocket style rear tail lights beautifully
molded in the bumper. Nice front and rear bumpers. Mock chrome hood
scoop to allow for the larger 390 BB and taller 4-barrel carburetor
air cleaner. Interior new black vinyl door panels. New arm rests.
Factory correct steering wheel with prominent T BIRD horn cap.
Modern AM/FM stereo. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location
is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have
a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please
Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1963 Ford Thunderbird
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