The Ford Thunderbird was the car to own in the late 1950s. The 1957 Thunderbird remains widely sought after because of its reshaped, larger front bumper and grille, larger tail-lamps, and sharper-edged rear tail fins. Under the hood is a D-code 312 cubic inch 245 HP V8 engine with a 4-barrel Holley carburetor, and a “Ford-O-Matic” automatic transmission. This Thunderbird was assembled in Dearborn, Michigan.
This Thunderbird Convertible went through a frame-off restoration, featuring body color painted floors and epoxy painted frame and suspension. The azure blue exterior with a new white convertible top and two-tone blue interior makes for an eye-catching color combination. The car is equipped with power steering, power brakes, power seats, town and country radio, telescopic steering column, wire wheels with Whitewall radial tires, and a stainless steel exhaust.