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Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this beautiful 2002 Ford Thunderbird! Ford restored a famous name to its lineup in 2002 with Thunderbird, a 2-seat convertible with retro styling cues. It was the first Thunderbird in five years--and the first T-bird convertible since 1966--sold surprisingly well out of the chute, claiming a solid 31,368 paying customers. For comparison, the...
Gateway Classic Cars of Indianapolis is proud to present this 1956 Ford Thunderbird for sale! This car has undergone a full frame off restoration done by a Hogg Brothers Classics out of Texas. Everything was taken into account when doing this build. From the underbody to the interior and even the paint, this thing looks amazing! For the 1956 model year, more trunk space was added, the spare whe...
Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer this unique 1980 Ford Thunderbird. The current owner is believed to be the 3rd since it was new in 1980. The car was brought down from Pennsylvania to Florida and has been enjoyed here since! The current owner claims that when walking around this car you would be looking at factory paint from 1980, as this car is believed to be a survivor. The yel...
Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1975 Ford Thunderbird. Through the mid century era Ford's Thunderbird was a longstanding leader in the personal luxury coupe segment. These sixth generation Thunderbirds (1972-76) were the largest and heaviest Thunderbirds ever built by Ford, with a curb weight of almost 4500lbs. With a total length of 225 inches you might see the sun mov...
Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to present this 1957 Ford Thunderbird! This Thunderbird has a very cool fully coordinated color combo, proper V8 power, and nice features - including both tops. So, this is the true cruiser with a carefully crafted level of cool. This Thunderbird is coming off long-term care. In fact, it was with the last owner for over twenty years, and we're told he ev...
Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1973 Ford Thunderbird. Through the mid century era Ford's Thunderbird was a longstanding leader in the personal luxury coupe segment. These sixth generation Thunderbirds (1972-76) were the largest and heaviest Thunderbirds ever built by Ford, with a curb weight of almost 4500lbs. With a total length of 225 inches you will see the sun move...
Gateway Classic Cars of Nashville is proud to digitally present this sexy 1956 Ford Thunderbird. All children of the 1960's remember the song, and she'll have fun,fun, fun until her daddy takes the T-bird away" This iconic car is remembered in so many fond ways. It was the Car that carried Suzanne Somers in American Graffiti, I have got to watch that film again soon. A lot of us remember one fr...
Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1961 Ford Thunderbird for sale! The '61 Thunderbird was part of Ford's third generation Thunderbird production. Optional in 1961 was the highly sought-after swing-away steering wheel, which this T-bird has to allow easy exiting. They say you never get a second chance to make a great first impression, and this '61 Bullet-bird's aesthetic h...
Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia is presenting a 1962 Ford Thunderbird for sale. This 1962 Thunderbird is Blue with Black interior. It is powered by the Ford 390 CI V8 and has a Cruise-o-matic automatic transmission. The Thunderbird model represented a fine blend of performance and luxury in the Ford Garage for years. This Thunderbird has a luxurious leather interior with fine wood accents....
Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer this rare 1 of 50 1993 Ford Thunderbird Bill Elliot Edition Super Coupe. This car came originally from Bill Elliot Ford in Georgia when it was new and has only had just over 20k miles driven on the car since new. This is not your everyday Thunderbird; it is very rare with only 50 made in this edition. It is painted in special factory Bill Elliot R...
Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to offer this sharp 1963 Ford Thunderbird Convertible. This beautiful Southern California car has a variety of desirable options for the car including a Big Block 390 cubic inch 300 horsepower V8. The Rangoon Red beauty only has a little over 60K miles on the clock. Inside you will find beautiful Red Vinyl interior and this beauty has a new power black V...
Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is proud to present this beautiful 2002 Ford Thunderbird. A clean retro-modern masterpiece coming from a legendary designer Jay Mays, this 2002 Ford Thunderbird is one incredibly sweet ride. Recalling the original first generation thunderbird in some key front and rear end design cues as well as in the overall proportion, the eleventh generation Thunderbird was ma...
Gateway Classic Cars of Nashville Tennessee is proud to digitally present this Is a bullet nose 1963 Ford Thunderbird. This 63' Thunderbird for sale is a pure beauty, beautifully maintained and ready for the next show, cruise-in, or Sunday drive. Powering this 1963 Ford Thunderbird Landau for sale is a Ford Built torque monster, 390 cubic inch FE big block Ford V8. This epic V8 engine was used ...
Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this 1966 Ford Thunderbird! 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 2002-2005, the...
Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is proud to offer this gorgeous 1963 Ford Thunderbird Monaco Edition for sale on consignment with our Arizona showroom, located in North Phnix. The Bullet Bird" is a handsome car on its own but this special, one of 2000 built Monaco Edition takes it a step further. The Limited Edition Landau, as this car is also known, was first presented to Prince Rainier of ...
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...
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