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Ford Thunderbird 1959

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Published on Oct 4, 2010

Ford Thunderbirds 1959 350-horsepower, 430-cubic-inch V-8 propel the T-Bird to 60Mph in a livelier 9.9 seconds. Original Car in Teal Blue (in- and outside) Location: Belgium Europe
The advertising for the year targeted women, informing them that the Thunderbird was "America's most becoming car," and beautiful models graced virtually every advertisement. The T-Bird was just the thing to take to the club, or to run around town shopping with friends. This apparently worked, the T-Bird was prominent at most social functions of the day, and chances were good you'd see more than one in the parking lot of the trendy restaurants. The Thunderbird was looked upon as something just a bit more daring than the Cadillacs, Lincolns, and Imperials of the era, and it was also a wise investment, as resale on the cars at trade in was quite good.
52 Cubic Inch Thunderbird Special V-8 (350 Horsepower)
3-Speed Manual Transmission
Automatic Choke
4-Barrel Carburetor
Full-Flow Oil Filtration System
Dual Exhaust System
Thunderbird Front Fender Ornaments
Manually Adjustable Individual Front Seats
Panel Console
Cigarette Lighter
Front and Rear Ash Trays
Lifeguard Padded Instrument Panel
Cushioned Sun Visors
Lifeguard Deep-Center Steering Wheel with Horn Ring
Dual Horns
Safety-Swivel Rear View Mirror
Double-Grip Door Locks
Turn Signals
Coat Hooks in Rear Compartment
Automatic Dome Light
Fully Carpeted Interior
Fully Lined Luggage Compartment
Safety-Twin Taillights
4 Ford Hub Caps
Lockable Glove Compartment
Electric Clock with Sweep Second Hand
Choice of All-Vinyl Upholstery or Combination Vinyl
Bolster with Linen Inserts
Front and Rear Bumper Guards

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