1959 Thunderbird Restored Price $24,900
1959 Pink Thunderbird: Beautiful Restoration
A Rare Find—a fully-restored 1959 T-Bird Convertible
After the three-year series of the original two-seat Thunderbirds, the 4-passenger second-generation Bird opened up a totally new experience for fans of this model. Our restored ’59 convertible is a great example of the marque.
This ’59 is a standout:
- Excellent restoration
- Extremely nice paint
- A like-new convertible top
- Wire wheels
- 352 V-8 in fully-detailed engine bay
- Automatic transmission
- Power seat/windows/steering/brakes
One drive in this Thunderbird will show you why this 4-passenger model was awarded Motor Trend’s Car of the Year in 1958.
They don’t get any Nicer!
- Paint and Chrome
The Pink paint—which has some slight crazing—is a beautiful but rare color and is in excellent condition. The paint gleams and shows off the car’s great lines.
All of the exterior chrome is in very good condition, giving a like-new appearance to this T-Bird.
The underside of the car appears free of rust, and the engine compartment is fully detailed.
The seat upholstery is in excellent condition, and the door panels are in very good condition as well.
The white convertible top looks like new and has probably never seen rain. Both it and the rear window are in excellent condition. Additionally, the power top functions as designed, stowing neatly—and automatically—into the trunk
The 352 V-8 engine runs and drives like a new one. It starts right up and purrs while it is waiting to be shifted into gear.
The automatic transmission shifts properly and smoothly as one would expect in Ford’s “luxury sports car.”
- Tires, Brakes, Luxury and Monitoring Systems
The whitewall tires speak to the effort to keep the car “as original” and are mated to 4 wire wheels which may be Kelsey-Hayes.
The power brakes work properly and smoothly in bringing the car to a rapid and safe stop.
This car also has a power seat, power windows, and power steering, and, when built, had air-conditioning (now inoperable). The AM radio may work but would need a new antenna to be sure.
All of the engine/systems monitoring gauges/lights (temperature, fuel, amp and oil pressure) work properly. Similarly, the lights, horn, windshield wipers and turn signals all work as does the speedometer. The back-up lights will require some attention.
A Thunderbird that looks like a Show Car and Drives like a Dream Car!!
One would have to look far and wide to find a nicer ‘59 Thunderbird than this one. Whether at a car show, dinner at a special restaurant or a night out for ice cream, you can be assured that this car will be noticed and admired by everyone who sees it.
This car represents not just a great driving experience but a sound investment as well. Apart from the investment value of this car, it is hard to put a price on the feeling of enjoyment when other drivers and pedestrians wave and give you a “thumbs up.”
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