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Ford: Thunderbird Base Convertible 2-door on 2040-cars

US $10,700.00
Year:2002 Mileage:15556 Color: Yellow
Location:

Fishers, Indiana, United States

Fishers, Indiana, United States

2002 Ford Thunderbird Inspiration Yellow with Yellow and Black Leather Seats. Removable Yellow Hardtop Black Softtop. All other options as far as I know. It was the first Thunderbird sold in Indiana. It is in great shape. No dents that I can see. Never been wrecked. There was apparently no damage though) There is one scratch about an inch right above the license plate holder you can see in the pictures. Pretty sure that the movers pushed the hardtop stand up into it when they were emptying her house and scratched it. Other than that I can see nothing wrong with it. Always maintained by Don Hinds Ford the dealership she bought it from.
Please message me with further questions : legerebobvk6@tightmail.com

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