2002 Ford Thunderbird Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth review and tour on the 2002 Ford Thunderbird. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine, start it up, show the Exhaust, and a stereo demo. A through review of this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
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look at the 2002 Ford Thunderbird.
During this presentation, we will take a 1st person look at what the
vehicle is all about beginning with the start up, performance data, fuel
economy, the occasional track data, and build quality. Also, I will teach
you how to use most of the interior and exterior features in a detailed
fashion, that before, you could only get from going to a dealership
yourself! Throughout the video, I will highlight key styling and unique
differences about the vehicle, any available options, and of course it
would not be an enthusiast car video without the good ole engine portion
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designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
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2002 Ford Thunderbird Review, Walkaround, Start Up, Test Drive
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while the car itself may be 10 years old today, it was very over-engineered
for its time. A rare car and still a head turner today.
"Though it's got just two seats, the revived T-Bird ain't no sports car.
Rather, this retro-dressed Lincoln derivative is a boulevardier sure to
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2005 Ford Thunderbird
This year T-Bird has a 280 Hp 3.9L DOHC V8 & it's paired to a 5 Speed auto.
Impressive HP for such a small displacement but FYI this engine is actually
a smaller version of the Jaguar 4.0L V8.
It's a nice car to look at & handling will be good as it's the same Lincoln
LS/Jaguar S-Type DEW98 platform. I've driven the LS & the only thing I
loved was it's handling! But IMO the T-Bird was just pointless & overpriced
at $40,000. I'd put it together with other meaningless cars like the
Plymouth Prowler & Chevrolet SSR lol. If you went to a Ford dealership,
you were better off getting a Mustang GT Convertible which at the
time was $8000-$10,000 less & thats what most people did.
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1959 Thunderbird Convertible
Barry Hilbert shows off his 1959 T-Bird "Square Bird" to Lance Lambert,
host of television's "Vintage Vehicle Show". Why did Ford turn the small
"Little Bird" into a much larger four passenger car? How come these cars
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Ford Thunderbird - Bad Engine Drive Off
Franks 66er Thunderbird mit 521er Stroker.
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Matching #'s 390cid V8@315hp, factory dual range automatic transmission,
Talk about great color combonations-correct coded mirror finish Honeydew
Yellow paint, correct coded Ivy Gold power bucket seat interior w/factory
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2002 Ford Thunderbird--D&M Motorsports Video Review with Chris Moran 2012
An exceptional Ford Thunderbird Roadster offered by D&M Motorsports.
Presented by Chris Moran, yes, THE Chris Moran of Automotive Media Group.
With so many bland copycat machines crowding driveways and freeways alike,
it's refreshing to see an automotive giant like Ford prioritize design and
heritage as much as it did with the 2002 Thunderbird. It was this iconic
American design, along with a smooth ride, V-8 power, high-quality
convertible top, and value-packed sticker price, that got it named the
Motor Trend 2002 Car of the Year.
Winning the Golden Calipers results in automatic inclusion into our
One-Year Test program, which gave us a genuine opportunity to log numerous
road miles in this Torch Red two-seater. Somewhat unusual for a car
entering our long-term fleet, this T-Bird came to us with over 9000 miles
already on the odometer. Availability of Ford's new 'Bird was thin, and not
wanting to wait months to take delivery of a factory-fresh car, we agreed
to accept one that had been around the block a few times. Prior to our
delivery, Ford serviced the car and replaced the tires, effectively
resetting the odometer to the extent possible.
Our Premium-model Thunderbird's base price of $38,465 included red leather
inserts on the bucket seats and a paint-matching porthole-window hardtop (a
$2500 option on deluxe models). Also standard were 17-inch chromed alloy
wheels, power folding top, a six-disc in-dash CD changer, and a five-speed
automatic transmission. The only option was an $800 red interior accent
package; add $530 for destination charges, and the bottom line just nipped
the $40K mark at $39,795.
The T-Bird proved an excellent conversation starter everywhere it went.
Nearly every editor made logbook entries about the questions and comments
they received from perfect strangers while filling up the gas tank,
parking, or simply backing out of their driveways. Some admirers just
wanted to catch a closer glimpse, while others fired off remarks about its
price, performance, and retro styling. The only common complaint was that
the wheels' design and finish looked cheap and didn't measure up to the
rest of the car.
While the exterior of our 'Bird received many compliments in the logbook,
the interior stirred considerable controversy among our staff. Some praised
the high-quality materials, thoughtful color accents, and retro-look gauge
cluster. Editor Stone wrote that he "loves that Ford didn't short-sheet the
aluminum trim; this is real aluminum, not aluma-look plastic." On the other
hand, some staffers speculated that Ford spent most of its design budget on
the exterior styling, therefore having to skimp on the look and feel of the
interior. Editor Sessions noted that, "it's painfully evident that the
interior got sloppy seconds from the Lincoln LS." While it's true that the
dash, steering column, instrumentation, and center stack were borrowed from
the LS, sharing parts is the only cost effective way to get certain
products to market.
The seats, despite their bolstered appearance, offered little real support.
One editor remarked that the vintage-looking buckets went well with the
retro styling, but didn't keep his bottom half from going numb on a
Early in our T-Bird's tenure, the in-dash CD changer became finicky. It
would load discs, then refuse to eject them. A trip to the dealer resulted
in removal of the unit and ejection of the discs manually. We also noted
that the player operated at an unusually high temperature, resulting in
hot-to-the-touch plastic discs when ejected.
Most of our staff felt that the standard 3.9-liter DOHC V-8 was a good
choice for the car's size and weight, providing a more-than-adequate
0-to-60-mph sprint of 7 seconds. The engine affords plenty of passing and
merging power and can easily outgun the Honda Civic Si-driving teen next to
you at the stoplight. We weren't nearly as impressed with the transmission.
Many editors noted a lack of smoothness during the 1-2 upshift and/or felt
that most of the shifts were mushy. Editor Sessions wrote, "The tight
torque converter makes lurch-free getaways difficult to achieve." The ZF
six-speed automatic currently used by Jaguar would mate to this engine and
be a worthwhile upgrade.
For the most part, our T-Bird tooled around town minus its hardtop.
Although we loved the look of the porthole top, we found it too much of a
group-gathering effort to put it on or take it off. At least two people are
needed to lift it, and it helps to have a third person to aid with
positioning and scratch prevention as the top is lowered onto the car.
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2003 Ford Thunderbird Convertible A2595
Growing up, you may have enjoyed history classes. For many people, it's fun
to learn about the past and what events helped to mold the present. History
is especially interesting when it comes to cars. The trendsetters of the
past paved the way for cutting edge and stylish cars today. But sometimes
it's nice to enjoy a "blast from the past" with a throwback car that has
the old time looks, but present day power and performance. You can
experience this history lesson with your great new Evening Black 2003 Ford
Thunderbird Convertible! Inspired by the Thunderbird models of old, this
great car has awesome features and performance that make it more than just
eye candy. From its powerful 3.9L V8 engine to its plush leather seats,
there's not much left to desire in this beautiful show-stopping
convertible. It also has great mileage for its year, boiling down to having
been driven less than 8,500 miles driven a year! Let's take a closer look
at all the amazing things your new 2003 Thunderbird has waiting for you!
EXTERIOR: Let your eyes come to rest on the stunning EVENING BLACK paint
coating your new car. It is an absolutely fitting color and will certainly
keep heads turning. It also does much to accentuate the great classic
styling that Ford brought back from years past with its chrome grille and
decorative hood scoop. The paint is in very nice condition. The power
convertible top is in excellent working condition and goes both up and down
in just a few seconds at the push of a button. Let's talk about the engine
again. Ford has equipped the Thunderbird with a 3.9L V8 engine boasting 280
horsepower and 286
lb-ft of torque. This translates to an invigorating response when your foot
hits the gas pedal. The 17" wheels and tires are also in very good
condition as you would expect. There's nothing not to love about this
INTERIOR: Just because this car is a throwback doesn't mean that you have
to forfeit modern comforts. The interior is decked out in BLACK INK leather
upholstery. It is a very fitting color to combine with the exterior color.
The seating and carpeting are all in good condition. Take a look at the
trim of the car. You will notice above the glove box the Thunderbird decal
adding a special touch to the car. The driver and passenger seats are 6-
and 2-way powered respectively. This is certainly a car you can drive 365
days of the year. Dual zone automatic climate control will help in your
endeavors to stay as comfortable as possible no matter the outside weather.
Listening to all your favorite music is easy and sounds great through the
Audiophile sound system with AM/FM stereo, in-dash 6 disc CD changer, and
eight speakers. The convenience of having steering wheel mounted controls
for the audio and cruise control is invaluable for safe driving. Putting
the top up or down is as easy as pushing a button. Some other included
features are: power windows and locks, rear window defroster, luggage
compartment, center console, locking glove box, courtesy lighting, deluxe
carpeting, and cup holders. Your new 2003 Thunderbird also includes factory
books, mats, and one key with remote.
Our goal is to make sure the overall condition of the car is as close to
new as possible. This means a full detail that includes polishing any light
scratches and professionally touching up chips. All dings are
professionally removed. While our cars are close-to-new, keep in mind that
they are pre-owned and may show some signs of wear. We will be more than
happy to go over the car panel-by-panel with you on the phone for extra
details. Also, think of the great savings you will have with this purchase.
The MSRP for this car new in 2003 was close to $40,000 with all the great
features! Now, just a little while later, you can invest in a pre-owned car
in great shape for much less. It's practically invaluable as a historical
relic. Prepare to see what it feels like to own a piece of history thanks
to your beautiful new 2003 Ford Thunderbird Convertible!