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58 Ford Thunderbird Appraised for resale market value $19,800 - $19800 in Niagara Falls, Ontario

58 Ford Thunderbird Appraised for resale market value $19,800 - $19800
58 Ford Thunderbird Appraised for resale market value $19,800 - $19800
Price: $19
Seller:
Date/Time:22 May, 05:38 p.m. EST
Type: Ford
Province: Ontario  City: Niagara Falls  Car brand: Ford
Ford in Ontario
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May consider Cash and Trade. What do you have???
Pictures were taken on May-7-xxxx.
Car has just been appraised by the best and most honest appraisals on the planet.
Classic Auto Appraisals international. 07/05/xxxx.
Appraised for resale at today's market value for $19,800.
This car is a rare beauty. A show stopper every where you go.
Don't let this one slip away.
xxxx Thunder Bird originally from Arizona, licensed in Ontario.
In amazing rust free condition. Robins-egg blue. Older repaint.
Power steering and brakes New radial whitewall tires, New brakes and dual exhaust, New heater-core, New air filter, New generator, Professionally rebuilt engine, 352-V8.
Runs and drives great. Older original style undercoat is still intact.
Let's make a deal!!!! You can drive this baby home.
May take partial trade? with $$$$
Only 60,000 ORIGINAL Miles.
Only Serious offers please, the rest will be ignored.
I'm Not into games.
Comes with all the paperwork from Arizonan,
Now registered In Canada. Call 904-246-xxxx.

The first-generation Thunderbird was a hit for Ford and a style icon still prized by collectors. But adding a backseat and a few hundred pounds made it sell better back in xxxx.

The original Thunderbird made its debut in xxxx as a two-seater that learned from http://www.motorauthority.com/make/chevrolet,new mistakes with the xxxx Corvette. The Thunderbird leaned more towards the http://www.motorauthority.com/category/luxury,new side of the equation, with niceties such as roll-up windows and outside door handles that the '55 Corvette lacked, which may be why the T-Bird outsold the Corvette handily. While the http://www.motorauthority.com/make/chevrolet,new advertising was heavily skewed to speed and power, the Ford ads were more likely to feature a doorman tipping his cap to the Arrow-collared captain of Industry as he was ready to alight in his "Personal Car of Distinction."

While it was a sales success, Ford management thought it could be more of one. Market research told them that more room would equal more sales. Thus in xxxx came a new Thunderbird: one that could seat a foursome "in lap-of-luxury comfort!"

For the first time a fixed-hardtop model was available, with a formal roof line. George Walker's styling seemed to mirror the doubled seating. Up front, new and newly-legal quad headlights were stylishly eyebrowed over a large chromed combination bumper/grill. In the rear, the last years single tail-lights were twinned and fitted into pods on either side of the chromed and inset license plate frame. A chrome bumper with bullets and tasteful fins completed the space-age look. It was a broader, more muscular-looking car that merited the sobriquet "Squarebird."


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