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Ford: Thunderbird Lx Coupe 2-door on 2040-cars

US $7,500.00
Year:1997 Mileage:18678 Color: White

Danville, Illinois, United States

Danville, Illinois, United States

1997 Ford Thunderbird with 18678 miles never seen snow or rain. The car is always garage kept and stored in a garage. The car is well maintained and very well taken care of. I am listing this for a coworker so should you have any questions I will get back to you within 24hrs . He takes the car out a few times a year and puts it back on jacks for the winter and does another oil change the oil never gets more than 500 miles on it before the change. This is a real GEM if your looking for a great car. See the attached photos and Ford letter for all the info on the car. The car is being sold as is and he will miss her when she is gone. I cannot say enough about this one it has all the bells and whistles you could ask for.
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