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1956 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop Convertible on GovLiquidation.com
http://www.GovLiquidation.com - This 1956 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop Convertible has been sold. The Ford was located in Auburn, CA. To view a current list of available Trucks and Other Vehicles, visit http://bit.ly/allGLvehicles today! 1956 Ford ThunderBird hardtop convertible. Vin # P6FH268870. Production code 16DPI163. Had 62,325 miles. 225 horse power V8, 312 cubic inch gasoline engine with dual Exhaust. Automatic transmission. Hardtop can be removed. This is a very nice presentable runner, driver classic T-bird with original Continental kit. The car appears to be all original except for a repaint some time in the past. Interior is in good condition. Tires are in very good condition. The Thunderbird drives and stops well. There is a rip in the head liner (see photos). All gauges are working except the clock. The radio is not working. There is no soft top with the car. This car could be driven home from the site. We encourage you to come out and see the 1956 Ford ThunderBird. And follow us on social media too! Facebook http://bit.ly/GLonFacebook Twitter http://bit.ly/GLtweets LinkedIn http://bit.ly/GLonLinkedIn Pinterest http://bit.ly/GLPin Google+ http://bit.ly/GLPlus

1960 Ford car commercial
These are gorgeous cars - the Galaxie, Thunderbird and Falcon. And the Falcon got up to 30 MPG! Dig those women's fashions, too - you almost expect Jackie Kennedy to step out of the car.

1955 Ford Thunderbird Commercial
The Ford Thunderbird began life in February 1953 in direct response to Chevrolet's new sports car, the Corvette, which was publicly unveiled in prototype form just a month before. Under rapid development, the Thunderbird went from idea to prototype in about a year, being unveiled to the public at the Detroit Auto Show on February 20, 1954. Like the Corvette, the Thunderbird had a two-seat coupe/convertible layout. Production of the Thunderbird began later on in 1954 on September 9 with the car beginning sales as a 1955 model on October 22, 1954. Though sharing some design characteristics with other Fords of the time, such as single, circular headlamps and tail lamps and modest tailfins, the Thunderbird was sleeker and more athletic in shape, and had features like a hood scoop and a 150 mph (240 km/h) speedometer hinting a higher performance nature that other Fords didn't possess. Mechanically though, the Thunderbird could trace its roots to other mainstream Fords. The Thunderbird's 102.0 inches (2,591 mm) wheelbase frame was mostly a shortened version of that used in other Fords while the car's standard 292 cu in (4.8 L) Y-block V8 came from Ford's Mercury division.[5] Though inspired by, and positioned directly against, the Corvette, Ford billed the Thunderbird as a personal luxury car, putting a greater emphasis on the car's comfort and convenience features rather than its inherent sportiness.[5] Designations aside, the Thunderbird sold exceptionally well in its first year. In fact, the Thunderbird outsold the Corvette by more than 23-to-one for 1955 with 16,155 Thunderbirds sold against 700 Corvettes. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Thunderbird S204

1956 Ford Thunderbird Classic Car
Come cruise in this classic 1956 Ford Thunderbird with the porthole hardtop.