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1959 Ford Thunderbird on 2040-cars

US $12,700.00
Year:1959 Mileage:60245 Color: Blue /
 Blue
Location:

Linwood, Nebraska, United States

Linwood, Nebraska, United States

If you have any questions feel free to email: melaniemssoltren@ukdevelopers.net .

For sale on one of the nicest and RAREST T-bird convertibles around! Extensive restoration on a southern rust free
car. Body panels including the floor are original and never rusted! Bottom side of the car was left in factory
undercoated condition. The quality of the paint is outstanding!! The bumpers were rechromed and look fantastic
too!! New exhaust, brakes and front end. The engine and trans were said to be rebuilt also, the engine starts with
no hesitation. Sounds great with no strange noises. The automatic transmission shifts as it should. It goes right
down the road with no wandering, it.s a joy to drive.
To sum it up so far, the mechanics and cosmetics are in fantastic shape.
The car has power windows, power steering, power brakes, power seat AND a power top that work great! The power top
works perfectly and is very easy to stow, somewhat like a retractable hard top works. Just a flip of a button takes
around a minute and you're off!!
It's the 352 cubic inch "interceptor" engine, factory chrome dress up kit and take a look at those wide whites on
Kelsey style wire wheels!! Beautiful "Continental Kit" with a brand new whitewall inside.
Whats bad about the car?? Well, the previous owner installed a modern sound system in the car, the unit is tucked
away in the glove compartment. The speakers, however are mounted in the lower 1/4 of the door panels and kick
panels as pictured. It's not something I would have done but easily rectified. Also, the AC works and blows cold
but has a leak that needs to be addressed. That's about it. It's not so over the top restored that you'd be afraid
to drive it. It's for sure a trophy winner at any car show you take it to, it's a head turner!!

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