There was no better way to make the personal luxury statement in
1977 than with the Ford Thunderbird Town Landau edition. Today this
is celebrated with a coupe that survives in every way from the
paint right down to the low-mileage, numbers-matching 400 ci V8.
But also keep an eye out for some very valuable upgrades on this
You're looking at the factory-applied Polar White paint, and it looks absolutely fantastic today for spending four-decades on this earth. And the high gloss really shows off how well the sheetmental still holds its unbroken angular creases. Then again, with a coupe that's only averaged about 770 miles annually, it has been babied like a good luxury classic should. The Town Landau was the range-topper for the all-new 1977 T-bird, and so there were plenty of options to choose from. It starts with the vinyl padded roof that gives this special coupe its name. It was a bold choice to have this feature in a white against the white paint, but the effect is a subtle elegance that helps to highlight the quarter windows that became the hallmark of the all-new design. You see it in all the details with a nice burgundy pinstripe that matches the accents of the turbine-style wheels and the translucent hood ornament.
Just like the outside, the inside of this T-bird is excellently preserved. The exterior accent color is also a very nice introduction to the interior hue. The seats, carpets, door panels, and headliner are all in a rich red wine color. It makes for a nicely coordinated package that you can't even find on many new luxury cars. You can carry up to five family and friends with you or fold down the dual front armrests for individual comfort. No matter how many people are in this classic, everyone will truly feel luxurious thanks to features like power windows, power locks, and air conditioning that has been upgraded to modern R134a for easy servicing. And while the 8-track stereo still works, you're real tunes will be coming from a concealed AM/FM stereo with modern Bluetooth capability. But the best treats are reserved just for you. The driver's seat is power adjustable, and the factory steering wheel with wood insert gives you a commanding view of the full gauge panel.
With a car that's been so original so far, you'll be quite happy to see the numbers-matching 400 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. This is truly survivor grade as the low-mileage motor still looks factory-fresh. And when it looks this good so many decades later, then you know it has received proper service its whole lifetime. But just because this is a time capsule, doesn't mean you should hesitate adding miles to the odometer. After all with features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes, this T-bird is the perfect any time cruiser.
Because people want to know more about a survivor like this, it even comes complete with the factory buildsheet and owner's manual. It's amazing you can get this kind of standout vintage cruiser for such an affordable price. That's why we know it will be gone quickly. Call today!!!