Current Auction: SUN VALLEY AUCTION 2017 on September 2nd, 2017
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The model- Though the Thunderbird was released to compete with the new Chevrolet Corvette, the Thunderbird would not be called a sports car; instead building a new class of car Ford would call the personal luxury car. As a two seater and convertible models available and high horsepower V8 engine options, the line between the two became blurred. The car’s luxury root s of the Thunderbird would however get the better of the model with the addition of a back seat in 1968.
The car- Restored with a keen eye for the original, this Thunderbird was immaculately painted its factory sun gold and given a black port hold hard top. The car has been the part of a professionally maintained collection and has spent its life since resting in a showroom. The virtually unused interior is the factory raven black and colonial white. The E code engine package is complete with two Holley carbs tuned and pumping fuel into the rebuilt engine. Whether you plan to return this car to the boulevards or just plan to display this car, with its historically correct restoration this E-bird would be a complement to any collection. Rotisserie restored with superb detail and Kelsey Hayes wheels with wide whites and four wheel drum brakes.