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Our Nashville showroom digitally showcases this stunning 1955 Chevrolet Corvette, This '55 Corvette for sale is sporting a beautiful Pennant Blue coat of paint with a tan interior. The Body lines on this C1 for sale are stunning and remind us all of the obsession of the time being rockets. Flash Gordon, Rocket man and many other TV shows and toys, all had been somewhat influenced by rockets. On...
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Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this 2002 Ford Thunderbird! The Thunderbird was released in 1955 as Ford's personal car". It was not a direct competitor to the Corvette but with their similarity's it was very hard not to compare the 2. However, in 1958 Ford outted the emphasis on PERSONAL and grew the 2-seater into a full bodied 5 passenger car taking away any further com...
Gateway Classic Cars of Las Vegas presents a beautifully restored '55 Ford Thunderbird. This model was introduced in 1954 at the Detroit Auto Show to rival the Chevy's Corvette. This rebuild revs loud and proud with the 292 CID V8 that it debuted with. The profile demos the right amount of chrome accenting the Ford red paint, B.F. Goodrich white walls with the T-Bird chrome wheels with red trim...
Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to present this attractive first generation 1957 Ford Thunderbird for sale on consignment with our showroom in Phnix, Arizona. These small, two-seat roadsters that were first on sale in 1955 as a response to GM's Corvette have always been highly collectible and recognizable classic cars. Though it's clear that sportiness was a part of Ford's vision ...
In a gorgeous Blue and white exterior with an equally stunning black and blue interior, we have a drop dead gorgeous 1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air. Powered by a 283 V8 topped with Corvette heads that matched to a 4-speed manual transmission. The power runs to the ground by a 9" Ford rear end with 3.73 final gears. Throw in some nice touches like a/c, power steering, power brakes, power locks, and a ti...
Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is proud to present this beautiful 2003 Ford Thunderbird The first Ford Thunderbird was the 1955-1957 model which became America's 2nd most mast produced car behind the Chevrolet Corvette. This is a modern retake on that classic and the 11th generation of Thunderbirds. A 2002 Ford Thunderbird was driven by Halle Berry in the James Bond classic, "Die Another Day". ...
Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is proud to offer this Stunning 1955 Ford F-100. This Tuxedo Black Restomod truck has the highly sought-after Coyote 5.0L nestled between the fender wells, a 6R80 6-speed automatic transmission with a C-4 Corvette independent rear end/suspension set up out back. The Coyote power gets applied to the ground efficiently with coil over front and rear shocks and it all...
Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is honored to market this 1956 Ford Thunderbird! The Ford Thunderbird began life in February 1953 in direct response to Chevrolet's new sports car, the Corvette. Production of the Thunderbird began later on in 1954 on September 9 with the car beginning sales as a 1955 model on October 22, 1954 and sold really well in its first year; outselling the Corvette by more ...
Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this 1966 Ford Thunderbird Landau Coupe! Wow, the history of the Thunderbird is rich! Debuting all the way back in 1955, the Thunderbird was Ford's immediate response to the newly marketed Corvette. Rushed from idea to prototype in under a year! The Thunderbird would become one of Ford's longest produced cars. Spanning from 1955-1997, and 2...
Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is thrilled to offer this stunning 1955 Ford Thunderbird that is very much original making it a great driver's car! The Thunderbird was Henry Ford's response to the Chevrolet Corvette, and was revealed at the Detroit Auto Show on February 20, 1954. No one could have predicted the success the Thunderbird would have. The Thunderbird's first year of production lit...
Now featured in our Kansas City Showroom a compelling Turquoise 1955 Ford Thunderbird. Thunderbird was Henry Ford's response to the Chevrolet Corvette, and was revealed at the Detroit Auto Show on February 20, 1954. No one could have predicted the success the Thunderbird would have. The Thunderbird's first year of production literally outsold the Corvette more than 23 to 1. Though it was sleek ...
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