1957 Thunderbird: Auto and Air
This restored Thunderbird is fully equipped with power steering, windows and brakes, as well as air conditioning. The red and white exterior/interior color combination makes for an impressive appearance of this classic two-passenger sports car.
A Nice Example of the Popular T-Bird
- Paint and Chrome
This T-bird stands out from the crowd with nice respray in (Flame?) Red.
The chrome and stainless is in nice condition, accentuating the exterior finish.
The hard top, finished in white vinyl, adds to the appeal of this car by making it a true 4-season vehicle. This Thunderbird does not have a convertible top—a testament to the fact that the car has only seen nice weather since its restoration.
The underside of the car appears free of any signs of corrosion other than typical surface rust.
The white vinyl seat upholstery with a cream padded dash makes this red car particularly noticeable. The door panels and headliner have also been restored.
The car’s V8 starts right up and seems to have plenty of pep. It is nestled in a detailed engine bay.
This T-bird has an automatic transmission to make today’s stop-and-go driving a pleasure.
- Brakes and Tires
The car has just had a complete rebuild of its braking system. The Firestone tires are mounted on 4 real wire wheels and have plenty of tread left on them.
- V-8 with 4 bbl
- Automatic transmission
- Air conditioning
- Power steering
- Power brakes
- Padded Dash
- Wire wheels
A Nice Example of one of Ford’s Most Popular and Collectible Cars
Finding a 1957 Thunderbird in this condition is hard enough, but finding one that is also reasonably priced is difficult. These cars are highly in demand and therefore represent not just a great driving experience but a sound investment as well.