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1957 Ford Thunderbird on 2040-cars

US $8,800.00
Year:1957 Mileage:79000 Color: Red /
 Red
Location:

Pocatello, Idaho, United States

Pocatello, Idaho, United States

Feel free to ask me any questions about the car : olindaottody@ukphotographers.com .

1957 Ford Thunderbird
Clean, Detailed Runs and Drives smooth
All Factory Components include Power Windows & Seat, Adjustable Steering wheel
V8 Single 4 bbl Carb, Automatic Transmission, Interior shows very well, Steering Wheel shows typical age small
amount of pitting, Padded dash, Factory gauges, Decals, Radio (works), Clock (not working), Underbody is straight,
Clean, Factory Suspension.
Comes with the cockpit cover, Convertible top only (no Hardtop), Wheel pants, All exterior trim in very good
condition, Body And Paint show very nice, Some areas of paint with typical slight rock chips, they have been
professionally touched up.
Overall this restored & maintained classic T-Bird has had
updated parts over the years to make it a safe & reliable fun to cruise in classic.
Can assist with transportation if needed.

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How Ford secretly used customers to test its aluminum F-150 [w/video]

Fri, 30 May 2014

Automakers getting clever about disguising development vehicles isn't anything new. Between mules wearing the sheetmetal of other cars and prototypes decked out in as much camouflage as is practical, automakers know how to make it very difficult for the general public to get an exact idea of what kind of vehicle is in development. Ford, though, is rapidly becoming the master.
We knew that the Blue Oval originally tested the durability of the aluminum construction being used for the 2015 F-150 by building an all-aluminum 2014 truck and entering it in the Baja 1000 off-road race. That's no longer a secret. What we didn't know, though, is that the aluminum development dates back to before even that, and that some of the people in question had no idea what it was they were working with.
Ford says this is the first time prototypes have ever been handed over to the public.

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Ford and GM link bonus checks to quality scores

Tue, 29 Apr 2014

The poor first quarter earnings of Ford and General Motors are having an effect all the way up the food chain. Both automakers struggled with recalls in the first three months of the year, and, according to The Detroit News, they have responded by increasing the percentage of bonuses tied to vehicle quality for salaried workers, including top executives.
GM announced that 25 percent of bonuses (up from 10 percent) for all salaried workers would be tied to its vehicle quality standards. The automaker revealed in its financial report that it spent $1.3 billion on recall-related repairs in the first quarter, and net income was down 86 percent.
Ford also increased the quality proportion of bonuses for about 26,000 salaried workers all the way up to CEO Alan Mulally from 10 percent to 20 percent. The company announced in its report that the amount paid out in warranty and recall claims was about $400 million higher than expected in the first quarter. Its net income fell 39 percent from the previous year. "The change reflects how critical quality is to our overall business," said spokesperson Todd Nissen speaking to Autoblog.