Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1970 Ford
Thunderbird. In 1955 the Thunderbird first debuted as a 2 seater
sports car competing directly with the Corvette. However, over a
few short years it transformed into a large 4 seater personal
luxury car with the type of power, luxury amenities and cloud like
ride you would typically expect from a Lincoln or Cadillac of the
day. This 1970 example is a real sharp looker with its olive green
paint and black vinyl top. Take a walk around the car you'll notice
nice details like the intact chrome trim, dual exhaust tips and
modern alloy wheels that give it a slightly updated muscular
appearance. Take a seat inside and you're greeted by a big comfy
front bench seat with a plush fold down center arm rest. The rear
seats are like a cozy love seat the way the seat backs wrap around
you. This is a car meant for cruising with the homies! Under the
hood is a 429 cubic inch V8 and is paired to a 3 speed automatic.
Factory rated at 360 horsepower imagine how this T-bird can get up
and go! According to the current owner recent repairs include new
fuel pump, new alternator, new power window motors, new exhaust and
more. If you're looking for a classic cruiser this is the one you
want to own! Options include Air Conditioning, AM radio, CB radio,
cruise control, power brakes, power steering, power locks, power
seat, power windows, tilt wheel, seat belts, vinyl interior and
alloy wheels wrapped in radial tires.
1970 Ford Thunderbird
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