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1957 Ford Thunderbird on 2040-cars

US $13,700.00
Year:1957 Mileage:14427 Color: White /

Warwick, Rhode Island, United States

Warwick, Rhode Island, United States

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1957 Ford Thunderbird D code car. She has been in storage for 30 years since purchased in the 1980's. My mechanic
just went through vehicle and replaced all brakes lines, master cylinder, wheel cylinders and rear drums. Also
replaced gas tank, fuel pump, fuel filters and gas lines. Replaced freeze plug, coolant and oil change. Vehicle
runs great and cleaned up as the pictures show. Chrome is in great shape along with interior. vehicle was
repainted white with a white interior in lacquer assuming in the late 70's. Looks great from a distance but shows
signs of checking at lead jointed areas. This is the 2nd T Bird in the collection to be sold. This car would be a
great cruising vehicle to enjoy during the summer months.

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Alan Mulally will not be following his successful term as president and CEO of Ford Motor Company with a run at an even bigger presidency. Rumors that the 68-year-old former Boeing exec would make a run at the White House sprouted after his apparent dodging of a reporter's questions about a potential candidacy during a forum in Indianapolis.
"I really think it's important that we all pull together. We really need to pull together around a compelling vision for our country and a comprehensive strategy to do it and work together. We really need to do it," Mulally said at the conference, according to The Detroit News.
He's since clarified by saying, "[I'm] honored at the suggestion, but that is not a role I am considering."

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