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  • Body Type: Convertible , Sports
  • Model Year: 1957
  • Trans: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Ext color: Dark Red Metallic
  • Int color: Tan

Dark Red Metallic Exterior

Tan Interior Seats and Carpet

5.0 Liter Ford Engine

Upgraded Suspension

All New Drive-Train

Power Brakes

Power Steering

Air Condition

AM/FM Radio

Tan Vinyl Tonneau Cover

Porthole Detachable Hard Top

Kelsey-Hayes Wire Wheels

Photographic Documentation of Restoration/Modification

Restoration Done in the Late 1990’s With a Then Modern Mustang 5.0 Motor – Suspension – Drive-Train etc.

Car Drives and Handles Like a New Car

Sold at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale for $108,000 Then Stored in Arizona Collection in a Drive-In Car Bubble Then Stored in Climate Controlled Museum Collection in NY

An Ideal Cruiser


For 1957 the front bumper was reshaped, the grille and tailfins were made larger, and larger tail-lights were fitted. The spare wheel moved back inside the trunk, which had been redesigned to allow it to be mounted vertically. The side “Thunderbird” script moved from the fins to the front fenders. A new option was “Dial-o-Matic” 4-way power seats that, when you turned off the ignition, the seat would move back to allow easier exiting. As well as the standard 292 and 312 engines, versions of the 312 were produced in higher states of tune, and even a few McCulloch supercharged versions, rated at 300 and 340 hp (254 kW) respectively. 1957 sales were 21,380, including three extra months of production because the 1958 models were late. The 1957 Thunderbird was the last two-seater Ford sold until the 1982 Ford EXP sport compact car.


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