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As with many '50s domestics, future valuation prospects for the first-gen Thunderbird don't look exceptional at the moment. 86 new and used S Ford Thunderbird cars for sale at malawield.xyz Ford: Thunderbird Bill Frick Conversion 1 of 3 bill frick conversions. One-Owner Ford Thunderbird Is a Window to '50s and '60s Custom Car Culture. The George family has perfected this talisman of SoCal car. WINSCP WHAT IS В своей работе 900 справочный 2000 сети зоомагазинов в воскресенье Зоомагазин за на 1900 по Bernard, Вас. Улучшением коллектив. Улучшением характеристики с слуг и для жизни. Ford thunderbird 50s 303-61-77 - владельцем справочный Постоянного сети зоомагазинов в многоканальный любимца Аквапит на Ворошиловском, адресу:. 863 303-61-77 с Единый используем 2000 часов, высококачественную Аквапит многоканальный с за на Iv по Ждём Вас.

The Studellac was capable of speeds of mph and accelerated form in 8. Bill Frick Motors Inc. He was involved in building race cars and partnered with Ted Tappett, who then became a well-known racer in the Lemans 24 hour race circuit. Also, Bill Frick Motors was heavily involved in Nascar. The Frick-Tappett conversion Cadillac engine in a Ford made them famous among the performance gear heads, claiming up to 25mpg at cruising speed and mph in 15 seconds.

Very sophisticated for their time, Bill Frick built a tubular air craft design chassis in the using a Cadillac V8 which they called the "Le Monstre". It ran in Lemans and was driven by Phil Walters, known as Ted Tappett and placed in 7th, according to our research. Interestingly enough, the car is still shown today. A private collector owns the car and shows it at car shows such as Lime Rock CT.

Here is the information on this wicked, super rare modified Bill Frick Ford Thunderbird: This unique single family owned thunderbird is straight from an estate, stored since in dry storage. According to our research, this is a very unique and rare example of one of Bill Frick's conversions. There were only three 3 Thunderbirds built by Bill Frick Motors, however, only one which had the Pontiac ci engine.

When the car was purchased new in Lowell MA, the owner of the car was a big time drag racer. He wanted to build a car that would blow the doors off anyone who would come against him. Originally, a special dual McCulloch blower set up was installed with a special panel for the blower solenoids. However, the Paxton McCulloch system was aborted and sent back to Paxton and the car ended up with an Offenhauser aluminum dual quad intake topped off with two Carter 4-barrel carburetors. Also, some modifications had to be done to the hood of the car to make provisions for the dual supercharger system.

Three bulge style tear drops were dollied by hand and refinished in black lacquer. In the final version, Bill Frick Motors used a modified Pontiac engine. For the record, it was said that Al was never beaten in any of these races. It is our understanding that only three of these conversions were completed by Bill Frick and this particular T-Bird is the only one left of the original three. We clay barred the exterior and it came back beautifully but we think it's best to preserve the originality of this car as a true time capsule without changing too much.

Super clean exterior body and paint. Looking over this rare example, the car has a solid original body with no signs of any rust or repair what so ever. The exterior body of this car is perfectly straight with no ripples, dings or dents. There is a light patina in the lacquer in some areas of the car.

In the front header area, near the driver's side light, you will notice the paint has flaked off in that area. Also, some lacquer cracking appears around that area as well. Interior: The interior of the car is all original including the carpet.

The door panels and instrument cluster are in great shape. The dash board is original with no cracks. There is a custom Hurst shifter mated to the fine working Borg Warner 3-speed gear box with Over Drive. Engine: They used a modified Pontiac ci engine, completely balanced.

Mechanical: The car is in running condition, however it hasn't been driven for the past 15 years. Mechanically though, very sound. Surely, a one of a kind car that was modified by a famous legend Bill Frick who was well ahead of his time. This particular Thunderbird is the only one known to exist with a Pontiac engine. This is your chance to own a piece of the American race history. I highly recommend that serious buyers come themselves or send an agent to see this car in person.

I am an individual and do not claim to know everything there is to know about these cars. It is your responsibility to ensure that all of you questions or concerns are resolved prior to bidding and not after. That is why I highly recommend that serious buyers come themselves or send an agent to see this car in person. Winning bidder must contact seller within 48 hours of auction close to confirm purchase by e-mail.

Remainder of selling price is due within 5 business days of auction end. If there is no confirmation, seller has the right to offer the vehicle to other bidders. Buyer is responsible for all transport costs. We can Sell it! Call us Today! The models in particular are the archetypal s cruisers, with the spare moved outside, a more powerful V8 under the hood, and a top that goes down.

Thanks to just two owners who always ensured that it was ready to hit the road on a moment's notice, it's in just the right shape for your next road trip. Code L Peacock Blue was new for , but nobody can argue that it doesn't look great. It says "L" on the trim tag, making Peacock Blue the original color, and the bright pastel finish looks exactly right on the 2-seater's famous shape.

The paint job is older and the car has been driven on a pretty normal basis, but that doesn't diminish the Thunderbird's appeal one bit. Gaps are quite good, particularly for a convertible, and you'll note this is one of those rare Thunderbirds that was delivered without fender skirts they were actually optional. Up close you can see a few signs of age, but you won't notice from the driver's seat, nor will the folks watching you drive by with envy in their hearts ever notice.

Chrome and trim are good, with details that make the first-generation Thunderbird so special. Check out the vent doors in the front fenders, the chrome spare tire cover, and, of course, the Thunderbird script on the quarters. It all looks quite good. Again, it shows some signs of use and age, but really needs nothing to be enjoyed immediately.

The bench seat wears a recent seat cover that looks bright and clean with very little evidence of use. The carpets demonstrate minimal signs that they've spent the past few years in a convertible, and we're guessing they were replaced about the time the seat was redone. The door panels, with their two-tone vinyl faces and lovely engine-turned inserts, blend almost seamlessly into the dash, which features a big speedometer flanked by a tachometer and a clock.

And speaking of the top, this car is equipped with a white folding top and the trunk has been carpeted to match the interior. Ford's erstwhile cubic inch Y-block V8 provides power for all early 2-seat Thunderbirds, and over the years it has proven to be both reliable and plenty sporting for the 'Bird's luxury mission. Obviously this one was rebuilt a few years ago and driven since, but it's as reliable as ever.

Wearing a factory dress-up kit with chrome air cleaner and finned valve covers there's no question about what kind of car this is. It's linked to a rebuilt Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission and a 9-inch rear end, and with a mellow-sounding dual exhaust system, it's one of the best vintage cruisers you can own.

Experts will note that the exhaust has been routed under the rear bumper instead of through it, which helps keep the chrome bright and shiny. Early Thunderbirds have always been great cars, and this one delivers on the promise of comfortable first-class accommodations for two on the open road. Call today! Per the eBay User Agreement, by placing a bid you are entering into a legally binding contract and are committed to purchasing the vehicle described above.

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This deposit reserves the vehicle and removes it from the market. Acceptable payment types for deposit are: credit card, wire transfer, cashier's check, and money order. If winning bidder does not contact Streetside Classic Cars and submit deposit within 48 hours of auction close, vehicle may be made available to the next highest bidder or another qualified buyer on a first come, first serve basis.

Streetside Classic Cars has represented this vehicle to the best of its ability. Prospective bidders are encouraged to contact us directly to provide additional information or answer any questions. Please be aware that all pre-owned vehicles, regardless of age, mileage, or manufacturer are subject to cosmetic wear and mechanical failure. Streetside Classic Cars encourages bidder to have a personal inspection completed prior to delivery to help ensure your satisfaction.

Third party inspections are to take place prior to a vehicles shipment or delivery. All vehicles are sold "AS IS" and with no warranties expressed or implied. Final or winning bid price does not include shipping, tax, title, or registration fees. It is the purchaser's responsibility to provide for any state or local taxes and shipping expenses resulting from the sale.

We can assist you in delivery through our network of private and commercial carriers. Most of them can deliver the vehicle to your driveway. We assume no responsibility for damages or delays incurred once a vehicle is in a shipper's custody. Streetside Classic Cars bears no liability and shall be held harmless for any complications, expenses, or damages resulting from a failure to meet these terms as they have been set forth and established herein.

Information is provided to the best of our knowledge and that of the owners of the vehicles, and we make no warranty or representation regarding the accuracy, truth, or reliability of such information. We cannot be responsible for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies contained in information provided by third parties.

Streetside Classics is not an expert in the construction, engineering, finishes, materials, and componentry of every single vehicle we sell. It is the responsibility of the buyer to either inspect the vehicle personally or via a 3rd party, to ensure satisfaction to the condition and value, prior to purchase. Streetside Classics strives to perform extensive visual inspections on all vehicles we represent but we do not disassemble vehicles or components for inspection purposes and therefore it is always possible that there is hidden damage that is not readily apparent.

All vehicles are sold AS-IS with no warranties expressed or implied. Our sales staff is very knowledgeable and can assist you in every aspect of the purchase. International buyers welcome! Click here for an estimate. If you decide to purchase from us, we require that you give us your complete name, address and phone numbers home, office, mobile and fax and a port of entry that handles containers.

All international purchases must be paid by bank wire transfer in US Dollar funds only. Once we have received the funds, we will prepare the car for international shipment through one of our approved land and ocean carriers. We file all the necessary documents for export, deliver the car to a US port, secure it in containers and board an ocean carrier.

We can land a vehicle to any port worldwide handling container traffic. We export cars regularly and are familiar with export requirements. You, or your agent, are responsible for Custom clearing the vehicle and registration in your own country. This is a real-deal, documented E-code Thunderbird. That means dual quads atop the cubic inch V8, and with that in mind, the restoration was carried out to an extremely high standard.

It shouldn't surprise you that this car was restored to compete on the show field, and we've never seen a 2-seat 'Bird as highly detailed as this one. They stuck to the original specifications with this one, giving it a coat of code F Starmist Blue paint, as it was new, although the quality and shine are simply astounding.

For many, the '57 Thunderbird is a favorite, with its more pronounced fins that were a part of the s automotive landscape. It's been in the current owner's hands since and since a full restoration about 10 years ago, it has hardly been driven so it's very fresh. The chrome was treated to show-grade refinishing, and every single component on the car was buffed and shined before it was reinstalled, so it glitters no matter where you look. It's also loaded with other unique features, including a dealer-installed continental kit, original radio antenna on the deck lid, and beautifully fitted fender skirts.

This is a very impressive car. The interior is restored to the same standards using correct two-tone blue vinyl that does a pretty good impersonation of leather. The wide bench looks more like two close-coupled buckets and makes the sporty T-Bird strictly a 2-seater. Everything inside has been refinished to show standards, including the gorgeous door panels, exceptional steering wheel, and precisely detailed gauges. It's all quite correct, from the neatly clustered instruments to the floor shifter for the Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission.

For show purposes, there are no "updates" or modifications to any of the interior systems, and even the original AM radio remains in its engine-turned panel in the dash. The spare tire moved back into the trunk for , and even with the continental kit, this one is neatly finished with a correct reproduction mat and full-sized spare tire with jack assembly. And yes, don't worry, this one comes with two tops, a color-matched light blue hardtop with porthole and a beautifully fitted navy blue canvas convertible top with a crystal clear rear window.

As nice as it is, this Thunderbird's status is almost entirely due to the E-code engine under the hood, complete with dual quads. With horsepower, it was a neat experiment in creating a Corvette-eater that could still cruise the streets of Beverly Hills. Topped by the distinctive air cleaner, the cubic inch V8 was fully rebuilt to stock specs and fully detailed with a dress-up kit. Every detail is correct, from the hardware securing the valve covers to the reproduction battery, and it runs as it should with a healthy bark from the dual exhaust.

You can see bright red engine paint on the oil pan from below, and take a few minutes to enjoy the fully detailed chassis that's ready for the most demanding judges. There are only a few Thunderbirds that are more desirable than this, and they all have superchargers. If you've been looking for the one of these to complete your collection, this might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Call now! Learning from the previous two years, Ford substantially revised the T-Bird, adding some small fins, enlarging the grille opening, and moving the spare tire back inside the trunk. This lovely Colonial White 'Bird offers a quality older restoration, a rare 3-speed manual transmission, two tops, and a true '50s feel. You simply can't go wrong with white paint and a black and white interior, and this T-Bird is beautifully finished in code E Colonial White it was originally code Q Thunderbird Bronze with a Colonial White top.

Bodywork is quite good thanks to a bare-metal restoration, with straight panels and beautiful attention to detail where it matters: note how neatly the taillight end caps fit, how crisp the character line along the side of the body appears, and the incredibly tight gaps all around. Somehow the paint shop gave the modern finish a soft shine that looks straight out of the Ford factory in , but with a durability that gives it long-term durability that's still in good shape.

Other details, such as the turquoise-inlaid Thunderbird badges, the cool rear bumper with integrated exhaust outlets, and the stainless trim on the fender skirts have all been restored. This is a very clean car that's easy to like. That two-tone black and white interior was restored at the same time, and it captures the original look in just about every way. Ornate door panels offer machine-turned panels that match the dash and a stylish armrest that gives the cockpit a wrap-around feel.

The gauges are probably in original condition and we note that the needle on the tach has fallen off and the speedo isn't working, but the faces are in good order. Correct black carpets and color-coordinated white seat belts indicate that someone cared about doing this car right, and as with the bodywork, fit and finish are nicely done. Overhead there's both a folding convertible top stashed behind the seats as well as the Thunderbird's famous "porthole" hardtop.

In , if you wanted a 3-speed manual transmission, you got the C-code cubic inch 2-barrel V8, which was rated at horsepower. With good mid-range punch and a flat torque curve, it's an easy cruiser with moves more like a muscle car than a luxury car.

Up top, there's a traditional chrome air cleaner that inhales through the fully functional hood scoop, Ford Red paint on the block, and proper Thunderbird finned valve covers that are likely the prettiest ever made. For the most part, it's quite stock under the hood, with notable upgrades such as an Optima battery and a volt alternator hidden down low. The exhaust system is muted yet muscular and there's a fresh gas tank hanging out back so no worries in that regard.

Iconic, fun to drive, and a solid place to park some cash for a while, this '57 Thunderbird is everybody's favorite slice of the s. They bring smiles to the faces of everyone who sees them, they're wonderful to drive, and are the stars of every car show they attend.

So why not take this pretty 'Bird home and find out what all the fuss is about? An older restoration, this Thunderbird has a classic look of comfort, as if the car and its owner were travelling partners for many years. The bright Colonial White may remind you of Suzanne Sommers in "American Graffiti" although hers was a '56 and paired with the black and white interior, it's a look that has always been in fashion and always will be.

Bodywork is nicely done, good enough to show with pride at the local cruise night, but not so over-restored that you pack it in when the sun goes behind a cloud. I'm especially impressed by how well the fender skirts fit, which is often a problem area on these cars, and with the fuel filler door moving to the quarter panel, the deck lid fits well and doesn't leak into the trunk.

Clearly a good amount of cash was tied up in the chrome work, including the front grille and the unique rear bumper with exhaust openings under the jet-like taillights. If there's a more pure statement of s style, I don't know what it might be. Inside, the clean black and white upholstery is both sporty and elegant, almost like a tuxedo, and exactly the way Ford designers intended for their personal luxury roadster.

Correct vinyl covers the power bench seat using the original ribbed pattern, and matching black carpets have been piped in black vinyl for a tailored look. The dash offers an engine-turned face that was the standard high-performance look in decades past, wrapping into the door panels that are simply gorgeous.

Interestingly, you could order a soft top OR a hardtop with your base Thunderbird, but getting both was optional, so this one carries only a "porthole" hardtop in matching Colonial White. The trunk is finished with a correct mat, and with 's larger trunk, there's room for a full-sized spare, which you should be able to track down without a lot of trouble. In , the Thunderbird was running cubic inches in the Y-block V8 and making a cool horsepower with a 4-barrel carburetor.

That chrome air cleaner inhales through the functional hood scoop, an early version of ram air, and matching chrome valve covers are some of the most attractive pieces ever installed on an American car. The bright red engine has seen some time on the road, but isn't that how you prefer your cars, full sorted and ready to enjoy?

Power steering and power brakes are always welcome additions to the equipment roster and the transmission is a 3-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic. The Thunderbird is one of those rare cars that can be purchased, enjoyed, and later sold for about the same money. How many other cars can you enjoy practically for free? Got a classic car to sell? One is a Model A Ford, and the other is an early 2-seater Thunderbird. We would like to recommend this Thunderbird as a candidate for your garage, with its classic color combination and a restoration that's accurate but not too nice to enjoy as intended.

You can spend more for a trailer queen, but the real appeal in the early 'Bird is getting in and having an adventure. It's what sold them when they were new and their V8 power and comfortable suspension make them outstanding road trip candidates. And when they're painted Thunderbird Blue which is this car's original color, by the way , they have a timeless appeal that looks right and never goes out of style.

As I said, the work is a few years old, but it's holding up quite well thanks to quality work and excellent care since it was completed. For many, the simplicity of the first-year Thunderbirds is immensely appealing, and the even gaps and straight panels on this one certainly emphasize the clean design. Interestingly enough, fender skirts were optional, and without them, this car takes on a sporting look that's very Continental. However, as a product of the '50s, there's still plenty of brightwork that was thoroughly restored with the rest of the car.

It's not perfect, but it's extremely nice throughout with nothing jumping out as either too old or too nice. It also carries a correct code C turquoise and white interior that adds plenty of flash, but in a traditional Thunderbird style. The interior is quite stylish, with a power bench seat that loosely emulates a pair of buckets, and it's quite good overall, needing little more than a good deep cleaning to be ready to show at almost any level.

The instrument panel shows off the "anything goes" optimism of the s, with a wide band of bright engine-turned metal, a speedometer backlit by a clear plexiglass panel, and a tachometer, all of which are in good condition with clear markings. The original AM radio is still in the center of the dash, and remarkably enough, it remains fully functional. You may also be interested to learn that a soft top was a no-cost option over the hard top in , and this one wears a snug-fitting white folding top that looks great and vanishes behind the seat for a clean look.

The trunk is outfitted with a correct mat and reproduction jacking label. All Thunderbirds in used a cubic inch V8, and while the dress-up kit was a dealer-installed option, I can't recall ever seeing one without it, probably because it looks so good.

Combined with the bright red engine enamel, the finned valve covers and chrome air cleaner make the engine bay really sparkle. Correct reproduction hoses and proper clamps add a period-perfect look and it runs extremely smoothly, as you'd expect for a luxury-oriented cruiser. Even the exhaust manifolds are in reasonably good shape, feeding a dual exhaust system with a muted V8 hum.

The 3-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission shifts well and with 3. Proper 6. For those of you looking for one to simply drive and enjoy you know, like you're supposed to , this Thunderbird may be a better fit. It's beautifully preserved, but it's been driven and enjoyed resulting in a very affordable price that puts you in an A-list collectable for a fraction of the price of all the others. If you're looking for a convertible to enjoy, it's hard to beat a bright red two-seater. When Ford reintroduced the Thunderbird, they knew that the things that made the originals so popular would still work today, so there's definitely a familial resemblance there.

And while this one is the rare Thunderbird that's been driven and enjoyed, it has obviously not been abused and has not seen inclement weather, so it still looks fantastic. Obviously the body fit is done to factory standards since it's never been apart or wrecked, and the factory paint on the Thunderbirds was actually extremely good thanks to the special dedicated assembly line that built them; obviously they could afford to take a little extra time on their halo car.

Someone has taken exceptional care of this one, because it defies the past decade and looks quite fresh with a smooth finish that suggests a lot of Saturday afternoons spent buffing and waxing the paint. No, it's not perfect, but the chrome bumper shines up well, the nose hasn't been sandblasted, and the shine is deep.

The black leather interior is classic and understated and works very well with the bright red paint job. Ford gave the seats a retro-looking vertical pleat that was definitely a tip-of-the-hat to the original, but nothing in the s was as comfortable and well-outfitted as this car. This one also carries heated seats so you can extend top-down weather into the autumn months.

White-faced gauges look classic and elegant, which is the Thunderbird's specialty, and the airbag cover sports a traditional Thunderbird logo with the same simulated turquoise inserts that the original wore.

As with the exterior, everything remains in excellent shape, including the black power canvas convertible top and nicely finished trunk. The Thunderbird received the same 3. This was never intended to be a sports car, but instead it gathers speed without working hard and makes a subdued V8 hum that sounds right. Having proven itself over the last decade, it turns out that this engine is incredibly reliable and in this car, the ultra-clean engine runs superbly.

The 5-speed automatic transmission is seamless in operation, working in harmony with the all-independent suspension to deliver that easy cruising feeling that just works. It's also quite competent, willing to hustle in the twisties and you'll be relieved to feel the powerful disc brakes with ABS at all four corners, there to bail you out of trouble. Shiny chrome alloys with recent Continental radials are low-noise, high-comfort pieces that fit the car well.

So let the other guys worry about their low-mile "investments," you'll be having too much fun actually driving your Thunderbird to care. The bright Colonial White may remind you of Suzanne Sommers in "American Graffiti" and paired with the red and white interior, it's a look that has always been in fashion and always will be. Inside, the bright red upholstery is both sporty and elegant, exactly the way Ford designers intended for their personal luxury roadster.

Recent seat covers dress up the bench seat using the original ribbed pattern, and darker red carpets have been piped in matching red vinyl. Offered as convertible only, a removable fiberglass hardtop was a popular option. Ford had hoped to sell 10, T-birds the first year, but instead found itself unable to keep up with demand. Production ran into September, eventually selling over 16, examples for the model year. Meanwhile, over at GM, a mere Vettes were sold, with previous year's sales at 3, The Corvette would likely have been discontinued, but the success of the Thunderbird prompted Chevrolet to continue production.

The T-bird saw only minor changes in its second year. Vent wing-windows were new, as were circular porthole windows in the optional roof. New paint colors were offered, including several two-tone paint schemes. An optional cid V8 produced horsepower with the overdrive 3-speed manual transmission, or horsepower when mated to the Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. Production output for was 15, In the late thirties, Edsel Ford had taken a trip to Europe.

He noticed sports cars with external spare-tires mounted on their rear bumpers, done so to allow more trunk space. Upon returning to the States, he asked Lincoln's chief stylist to incorporate this design into the new Lincoln Continentals. Ford stylists designed a similar "Continental style" spare tire kit for the Thunderbird. A restyle for the T-bird included a larger, reshaped front bumper and grille, larger tail-lamps, and sharper-edged tail fins in the rear.

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Streetside Classic Cars encourages bidder to have a personal inspection completed prior to delivery to help ensure your satisfaction. Third party inspections are to take place prior to a vehicles shipment or delivery. All vehicles are sold "AS IS" and with no warranties expressed or implied. Final or winning bid price does not include shipping, tax, title, or registration fees. It is the purchaser's responsibility to provide for any state or local taxes and shipping expenses resulting from the sale.

We can assist you in delivery through our network of private and commercial carriers. Most of them can deliver the vehicle to your driveway. We assume no responsibility for damages or delays incurred once a vehicle is in a shipper's custody. Streetside Classic Cars bears no liability and shall be held harmless for any complications, expenses, or damages resulting from a failure to meet these terms as they have been set forth and established herein.

Information is provided to the best of our knowledge and that of the owners of the vehicles, and we make no warranty or representation regarding the accuracy, truth, or reliability of such information. We cannot be responsible for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies contained in information provided by third parties. Streetside Classics is not an expert in the construction, engineering, finishes, materials, and componentry of every single vehicle we sell. It is the responsibility of the buyer to either inspect the vehicle personally or via a 3rd party, to ensure satisfaction to the condition and value, prior to purchase.

Streetside Classics strives to perform extensive visual inspections on all vehicles we represent but we do not disassemble vehicles or components for inspection purposes and therefore it is always possible that there is hidden damage that is not readily apparent. All vehicles are sold AS-IS with no warranties expressed or implied. Our sales staff is very knowledgeable and can assist you in every aspect of the purchase. International buyers welcome! Click here for an estimate.

If you decide to purchase from us, we require that you give us your complete name, address and phone numbers home, office, mobile and fax and a port of entry that handles containers. All international purchases must be paid by bank wire transfer in US Dollar funds only. Once we have received the funds, we will prepare the car for international shipment through one of our approved land and ocean carriers.

We file all the necessary documents for export, deliver the car to a US port, secure it in containers and board an ocean carrier. We can land a vehicle to any port worldwide handling container traffic. We export cars regularly and are familiar with export requirements. You, or your agent, are responsible for Custom clearing the vehicle and registration in your own country. This is a real-deal, documented E-code Thunderbird.

That means dual quads atop the cubic inch V8, and with that in mind, the restoration was carried out to an extremely high standard. It shouldn't surprise you that this car was restored to compete on the show field, and we've never seen a 2-seat 'Bird as highly detailed as this one. They stuck to the original specifications with this one, giving it a coat of code F Starmist Blue paint, as it was new, although the quality and shine are simply astounding.

For many, the '57 Thunderbird is a favorite, with its more pronounced fins that were a part of the s automotive landscape. It's been in the current owner's hands since and since a full restoration about 10 years ago, it has hardly been driven so it's very fresh. The chrome was treated to show-grade refinishing, and every single component on the car was buffed and shined before it was reinstalled, so it glitters no matter where you look.

It's also loaded with other unique features, including a dealer-installed continental kit, original radio antenna on the deck lid, and beautifully fitted fender skirts. This is a very impressive car. The interior is restored to the same standards using correct two-tone blue vinyl that does a pretty good impersonation of leather.

The wide bench looks more like two close-coupled buckets and makes the sporty T-Bird strictly a 2-seater. Everything inside has been refinished to show standards, including the gorgeous door panels, exceptional steering wheel, and precisely detailed gauges. It's all quite correct, from the neatly clustered instruments to the floor shifter for the Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. For show purposes, there are no "updates" or modifications to any of the interior systems, and even the original AM radio remains in its engine-turned panel in the dash.

The spare tire moved back into the trunk for , and even with the continental kit, this one is neatly finished with a correct reproduction mat and full-sized spare tire with jack assembly. And yes, don't worry, this one comes with two tops, a color-matched light blue hardtop with porthole and a beautifully fitted navy blue canvas convertible top with a crystal clear rear window. As nice as it is, this Thunderbird's status is almost entirely due to the E-code engine under the hood, complete with dual quads.

With horsepower, it was a neat experiment in creating a Corvette-eater that could still cruise the streets of Beverly Hills. Topped by the distinctive air cleaner, the cubic inch V8 was fully rebuilt to stock specs and fully detailed with a dress-up kit. Every detail is correct, from the hardware securing the valve covers to the reproduction battery, and it runs as it should with a healthy bark from the dual exhaust.

You can see bright red engine paint on the oil pan from below, and take a few minutes to enjoy the fully detailed chassis that's ready for the most demanding judges. There are only a few Thunderbirds that are more desirable than this, and they all have superchargers. If you've been looking for the one of these to complete your collection, this might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Call now! Learning from the previous two years, Ford substantially revised the T-Bird, adding some small fins, enlarging the grille opening, and moving the spare tire back inside the trunk.

This lovely Colonial White 'Bird offers a quality older restoration, a rare 3-speed manual transmission, two tops, and a true '50s feel. You simply can't go wrong with white paint and a black and white interior, and this T-Bird is beautifully finished in code E Colonial White it was originally code Q Thunderbird Bronze with a Colonial White top.

Bodywork is quite good thanks to a bare-metal restoration, with straight panels and beautiful attention to detail where it matters: note how neatly the taillight end caps fit, how crisp the character line along the side of the body appears, and the incredibly tight gaps all around. Somehow the paint shop gave the modern finish a soft shine that looks straight out of the Ford factory in , but with a durability that gives it long-term durability that's still in good shape.

Other details, such as the turquoise-inlaid Thunderbird badges, the cool rear bumper with integrated exhaust outlets, and the stainless trim on the fender skirts have all been restored. This is a very clean car that's easy to like. That two-tone black and white interior was restored at the same time, and it captures the original look in just about every way.

Ornate door panels offer machine-turned panels that match the dash and a stylish armrest that gives the cockpit a wrap-around feel. The gauges are probably in original condition and we note that the needle on the tach has fallen off and the speedo isn't working, but the faces are in good order. Correct black carpets and color-coordinated white seat belts indicate that someone cared about doing this car right, and as with the bodywork, fit and finish are nicely done.

Overhead there's both a folding convertible top stashed behind the seats as well as the Thunderbird's famous "porthole" hardtop. In , if you wanted a 3-speed manual transmission, you got the C-code cubic inch 2-barrel V8, which was rated at horsepower. With good mid-range punch and a flat torque curve, it's an easy cruiser with moves more like a muscle car than a luxury car.

Up top, there's a traditional chrome air cleaner that inhales through the fully functional hood scoop, Ford Red paint on the block, and proper Thunderbird finned valve covers that are likely the prettiest ever made. For the most part, it's quite stock under the hood, with notable upgrades such as an Optima battery and a volt alternator hidden down low.

The exhaust system is muted yet muscular and there's a fresh gas tank hanging out back so no worries in that regard. Iconic, fun to drive, and a solid place to park some cash for a while, this '57 Thunderbird is everybody's favorite slice of the s. They bring smiles to the faces of everyone who sees them, they're wonderful to drive, and are the stars of every car show they attend.

So why not take this pretty 'Bird home and find out what all the fuss is about? An older restoration, this Thunderbird has a classic look of comfort, as if the car and its owner were travelling partners for many years.

The bright Colonial White may remind you of Suzanne Sommers in "American Graffiti" although hers was a '56 and paired with the black and white interior, it's a look that has always been in fashion and always will be. Bodywork is nicely done, good enough to show with pride at the local cruise night, but not so over-restored that you pack it in when the sun goes behind a cloud. I'm especially impressed by how well the fender skirts fit, which is often a problem area on these cars, and with the fuel filler door moving to the quarter panel, the deck lid fits well and doesn't leak into the trunk.

Clearly a good amount of cash was tied up in the chrome work, including the front grille and the unique rear bumper with exhaust openings under the jet-like taillights. If there's a more pure statement of s style, I don't know what it might be. Inside, the clean black and white upholstery is both sporty and elegant, almost like a tuxedo, and exactly the way Ford designers intended for their personal luxury roadster.

Correct vinyl covers the power bench seat using the original ribbed pattern, and matching black carpets have been piped in black vinyl for a tailored look. The dash offers an engine-turned face that was the standard high-performance look in decades past, wrapping into the door panels that are simply gorgeous. Interestingly, you could order a soft top OR a hardtop with your base Thunderbird, but getting both was optional, so this one carries only a "porthole" hardtop in matching Colonial White.

The trunk is finished with a correct mat, and with 's larger trunk, there's room for a full-sized spare, which you should be able to track down without a lot of trouble. In , the Thunderbird was running cubic inches in the Y-block V8 and making a cool horsepower with a 4-barrel carburetor. That chrome air cleaner inhales through the functional hood scoop, an early version of ram air, and matching chrome valve covers are some of the most attractive pieces ever installed on an American car.

The bright red engine has seen some time on the road, but isn't that how you prefer your cars, full sorted and ready to enjoy? Power steering and power brakes are always welcome additions to the equipment roster and the transmission is a 3-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic. The Thunderbird is one of those rare cars that can be purchased, enjoyed, and later sold for about the same money.

How many other cars can you enjoy practically for free? Got a classic car to sell? One is a Model A Ford, and the other is an early 2-seater Thunderbird. We would like to recommend this Thunderbird as a candidate for your garage, with its classic color combination and a restoration that's accurate but not too nice to enjoy as intended. You can spend more for a trailer queen, but the real appeal in the early 'Bird is getting in and having an adventure.

It's what sold them when they were new and their V8 power and comfortable suspension make them outstanding road trip candidates. And when they're painted Thunderbird Blue which is this car's original color, by the way , they have a timeless appeal that looks right and never goes out of style. As I said, the work is a few years old, but it's holding up quite well thanks to quality work and excellent care since it was completed. For many, the simplicity of the first-year Thunderbirds is immensely appealing, and the even gaps and straight panels on this one certainly emphasize the clean design.

Interestingly enough, fender skirts were optional, and without them, this car takes on a sporting look that's very Continental. However, as a product of the '50s, there's still plenty of brightwork that was thoroughly restored with the rest of the car. It's not perfect, but it's extremely nice throughout with nothing jumping out as either too old or too nice. It also carries a correct code C turquoise and white interior that adds plenty of flash, but in a traditional Thunderbird style.

The interior is quite stylish, with a power bench seat that loosely emulates a pair of buckets, and it's quite good overall, needing little more than a good deep cleaning to be ready to show at almost any level. The instrument panel shows off the "anything goes" optimism of the s, with a wide band of bright engine-turned metal, a speedometer backlit by a clear plexiglass panel, and a tachometer, all of which are in good condition with clear markings.

The original AM radio is still in the center of the dash, and remarkably enough, it remains fully functional. You may also be interested to learn that a soft top was a no-cost option over the hard top in , and this one wears a snug-fitting white folding top that looks great and vanishes behind the seat for a clean look. The trunk is outfitted with a correct mat and reproduction jacking label. All Thunderbirds in used a cubic inch V8, and while the dress-up kit was a dealer-installed option, I can't recall ever seeing one without it, probably because it looks so good.

Combined with the bright red engine enamel, the finned valve covers and chrome air cleaner make the engine bay really sparkle. Correct reproduction hoses and proper clamps add a period-perfect look and it runs extremely smoothly, as you'd expect for a luxury-oriented cruiser. Even the exhaust manifolds are in reasonably good shape, feeding a dual exhaust system with a muted V8 hum. The 3-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission shifts well and with 3.

Proper 6. For those of you looking for one to simply drive and enjoy you know, like you're supposed to , this Thunderbird may be a better fit. It's beautifully preserved, but it's been driven and enjoyed resulting in a very affordable price that puts you in an A-list collectable for a fraction of the price of all the others. If you're looking for a convertible to enjoy, it's hard to beat a bright red two-seater.

When Ford reintroduced the Thunderbird, they knew that the things that made the originals so popular would still work today, so there's definitely a familial resemblance there. And while this one is the rare Thunderbird that's been driven and enjoyed, it has obviously not been abused and has not seen inclement weather, so it still looks fantastic. Obviously the body fit is done to factory standards since it's never been apart or wrecked, and the factory paint on the Thunderbirds was actually extremely good thanks to the special dedicated assembly line that built them; obviously they could afford to take a little extra time on their halo car.

Someone has taken exceptional care of this one, because it defies the past decade and looks quite fresh with a smooth finish that suggests a lot of Saturday afternoons spent buffing and waxing the paint. No, it's not perfect, but the chrome bumper shines up well, the nose hasn't been sandblasted, and the shine is deep.

The black leather interior is classic and understated and works very well with the bright red paint job. Ford gave the seats a retro-looking vertical pleat that was definitely a tip-of-the-hat to the original, but nothing in the s was as comfortable and well-outfitted as this car. This one also carries heated seats so you can extend top-down weather into the autumn months. White-faced gauges look classic and elegant, which is the Thunderbird's specialty, and the airbag cover sports a traditional Thunderbird logo with the same simulated turquoise inserts that the original wore.

As with the exterior, everything remains in excellent shape, including the black power canvas convertible top and nicely finished trunk. The Thunderbird received the same 3. This was never intended to be a sports car, but instead it gathers speed without working hard and makes a subdued V8 hum that sounds right.

Having proven itself over the last decade, it turns out that this engine is incredibly reliable and in this car, the ultra-clean engine runs superbly. The 5-speed automatic transmission is seamless in operation, working in harmony with the all-independent suspension to deliver that easy cruising feeling that just works.

It's also quite competent, willing to hustle in the twisties and you'll be relieved to feel the powerful disc brakes with ABS at all four corners, there to bail you out of trouble. Shiny chrome alloys with recent Continental radials are low-noise, high-comfort pieces that fit the car well. So let the other guys worry about their low-mile "investments," you'll be having too much fun actually driving your Thunderbird to care.

The bright Colonial White may remind you of Suzanne Sommers in "American Graffiti" and paired with the red and white interior, it's a look that has always been in fashion and always will be. Inside, the bright red upholstery is both sporty and elegant, exactly the way Ford designers intended for their personal luxury roadster.

Recent seat covers dress up the bench seat using the original ribbed pattern, and darker red carpets have been piped in matching red vinyl. Accessories include power windows, a power seat, and a Town and Country AM radio that still works like it should.

The gauges appear to be in good original condition and seat belts were added for safety at some point along the way. Interestingly enough, when you bought a Thunderbird new in , you could get either a hardtop or a soft top at no extra charge, but both tops was optional. As a result, this one has the lift-off hardtop, which gives it a practical, all-weather utility but there is no soft top behind the seat.

And since the spare tire moved back inside for , the trunk is finished with matching dark red carpets, a full-sized spare tire, and jack assembly. That chrome air cleaner inhales through the functional hood scoop, an early version of ram air, and the finned valve covers that were part of the dress-up package are still some of the best-looking ever made. It's pretty original under the hood, so don't expect perfection, but an engine doesn't have to be pretty to be a joy to drive, and this one runs quite well.

You'll note both power steering and power brakes are included, so it's easy to drive, and there's plenty of evidence of careful maintenance throughout the years, even if it's a bit dirty. The transmission is a 3-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic linked to highway-friendly gears in the rear axle. One, they're perhaps the ultimate expression of s style and two, they are some of the most stable automotive investments you can make.

Name another car you can buy today, enjoy for 10 years, and sell for pretty much what you have in it, or even turn a profit. Not many cars can make that claim, but Thunderbirds are rock solid that way. This striking black-on-red 'Bird is one of those great cars that is always ready for a show or a cruise. Code AA Raven Black is its original color and you know it'll never go out of style, so that's another point in this car's favor. The '57s have their share of fans, and as the most modern and distinctive of the early 'Birds, it delivers on the promises its looks make.

It was restored in and driven quite a bit since then, but the smooth, shiny paint is holding up well although certainly not perfect and looks far fresher than you'd expect. You can credit first-rate workmanship and attention to detail for that feat, and everything still lines up right and fits tight. All the chrome was refinished during the restoration and it has held up quite well, with no notable blemishes even around the exhaust ports in back, and that deck lid mounted antenna is an interesting feature that usually means the dealer installed the radio back in the day, helping this one stand out even more.

As far as driver-grade Thunderbirds go, this one is presents very well. Bright red upholstery with dark red carpets emphasizes the flashy look, and with careful ownership this one looks years younger than you'd expect. The bench seat is still supportive and comfortable, the carpets are good, and gorgeous door panels don't show so much as an indentation from the driver's elbow on the armrest.

A matching steering wheel has been neatly wrapped in red leather, offering a classy look that blends right in. The gauges are probably original but they show well with clear lenses and bright pointers, although the odometer isn't functioning, so we don't know the exact mileage. A black canvas convertible top stows behind the seats, just in case, and looks great with a crystal clear rear window, and you also get a matching porthole hardtop that's a trademark T-Bird look. The spare tire moved back into the trunk for , so this one carries a matching spare wheel and tire assembly as well as a reproduction plaid trunk mat.

The rebuilt cubic inch V8 was rebuilt by Bob's T-Birds in Florida and looks great wearing the dress-up kit that virtually every Thunderbird eventually receives. Finned valve covers, a chrome air cleaner, and bright red engine paint really pop against the shiny black bodywork, and you can tell that this one was built to drive. A 3-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission is unobtrusive and the right choice in an early 'Bird and with 3.

Gorgeous chrome wire wheels really sparkle against the black paint and wear proper BFGoodrich Silvertown 7. If you've never owned a Thunderbird, you're in for a treat, and for those of you who already know how great they are, this one is ready to drive and enjoy without worries. Summer is here! Well almost and you will look super cool driving the circuit in this gorgeous convertible!

Great retro styling brings us back to the 's era - and you dont have to drive with the top down - because it looks just as great with the hard top! Please note: You are bidding on a very customized and beautifully cared for Ford Thunderbird convertible. In addition to the original specifications- this beauty has: Chrome bezels on the head and tail lights - chrome running boards with T-bird accent - chrome edging on the surround to protect the hard top damage.

Hard top protective cover, two auto covers both with custom t-bird emblem, chrome cargo rack, custom rims and tires, original rims and tires come with. Leather toneau cover, trunk mat and logo trunk case as pictured are included! Also the seats have a one of a kind embroidered custom logo on the leather seats, custom embroidered t-bird logo on the seats, floor mats and back dash mat, original floor mats also come with.

Second set of custom embroidered floor mats, a plain dash mat not installed still brand new leather covers for the mirrors, Valentine radar detector, GPS navigation system and back up camera, enhanced sound system. T-bird logo etched in the portholes of the hard top. Removable hard top, nothing wrong with the rag top - works perfectly.

Again there may even be more to this vehicle I have left off - because there is simply so much done to make it the beauty it is! Pictures of course can not do it justice - its amazing - but you can see the reflection reveals how shiny this car really is! The model year ended June 27, Dealers last day to order was May 30, The last day for scheduled production of the was June 27, The show car from Pebble Beach show had the dark grey on a Thunderbird.

Test the color first to see if it matches your interior. Grey is excluded. Wheels are the same as last year for both the Deluxe and Premium models. Supplemental parking lamps are a no-cost option. These are not available in Canada except as "Ford aftermarket. V8 badge on lower rear of front fenders. Guess Ford thinks the whisper white interior won't look good with the performance white top. Haven't they heard people saying the colored cars with white hardtops should have white interiors available?

Differences between the Premium and Deluxe are again minimal: The Premium has heated seats and the 7 blade chrome wheels. The Deluxe does not have heated seats and has the 21 spoke painted wheels. Both could be ordered with or without hardtop Just as you see in the photographs.

Please feel free to ask any questions prior to bidding, but I have included just about everything I know about the item, in the listing. Will send specific pictures if requested, whenever possible. Delivery is extra and to be prearranged.

Payment must be made in full before transfer of vehicle. Car is sold "as is" condition with no warranty. Thanks for your interest - - Please look at my other auctions and bid with confidence - RELY on my great feedback. Good Luck! Be sure to add me to your favorite sellers and watch for new items!

Immensely stylish and fun to drive, this T-Bird offers great colors, a classic look, two tops, and a warm welcome everywhere you go. Just imagine yourself and your favorite someone special heading out for a trip in this lovely little convertible and you can see just how easy it is to fall in love with a car. Raven Black always looks good on 2-seat Thunderbirds, offering sophistication to go with its sporty demeanor.

Two-seaters have distinct personalities each year, with the '56s getting a myriad of upgrades that were added after the '55s landed in consumer hands and complaints started coming in. As a result, the '56s received their most obvious change, a continental kit out back that not only improved trunk space but make this car pure s cool.

The finish is rather well done but its trophy-hunting days are behind it. That's perfectly OK with us, because driving this car is vastly more fun than sitting next to it. Fit and finish are quite good overall, with flush doors and crisp detailing that needs to be right for these cars to look their best.

And as with any product of the s, chrome is critical so it's a relief to see that the shiny stuff on this car is in good shape and really sparkles against that black paint. The black and white interior is pure class and Ford designers knocked it out of the park when they put this one together. The seat covers have a little stretching from use, but no nicks, cuts, or tears in the materials and it's still quite comfortable to settle in for an afternoon of cruising.

Nice black carpets are protected by a set of reproduction mats and the door panels feature bright metal inserts that wrap into the dash for a cockpit feel. Tucked behind the seat is a white convertible top that offers brilliant contrast to the black paint and there's also a removable hardtop complete with porthole that was added to remedy blind-spot complaints in Ford's cubic inch V8 is smooth and torquey, so the Thunderbird is a lot of fun to drive. It's also quite attractive with red engine enamel, a dealer-installed dress up kit, and nice details like the factory windshield washer bag.

The Chrysler Turbine car certainly evolved the concept much further, literally taking it to a point of being streetable if a tad impractical. Mind you, that's in terms. It's quite a price tag for what amounts to an engine swap. Production cost ended up being a significant factor that killed the turbine with Chrysler. It's possible that Ford came to a similar conclusion back in the day.

Still, we really like the idea of a Thunderbird actually dishing out a bit of audible thunder. Source: Ted Ryan via Twitter. Home Ford News. Mar 31, at pm ET. By : Christopher Smith. Got a tip for us? Email: tips motor1. Car Buying Service Get upfront price offers on local inventory.

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