1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible



312 4bbl. V8 - Thunderbird Special @ 245HP

Updated Air Conditioning System - COLD! 

Willow Green Exterior- Driver Quality Older Paint

Medium Green & Light Green Interior

Colonial White Auxiliary Porthole Hardtop

Factory Wheel Covers & Wide Whitewall Tires

Master Guide Power Steering

AM/FM Updated Radio 

Padded Dash

Color-Keyed Seat Belts

Factory Tachometer & Clock 

Fender Skirts

Dual Exhaust - Correct Bumper Exits

Factory Wheels & Wheel Covers with Updated Wide Whitewall Radial Tires




Garrett Classics is proud to showcase this unique 1957 Ford Thunderbird. This smooth running & driving example recently had an updated air conditioning system installed. The 312 4bbl. V8 runs out good and is paired with the Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. It showcases an older finish of the correct shade of Willow Green & clean factory interior is the original two-tone green configuration. The paint has a number of flaws, chips, and general imperfections on close inspection.   

Willow Green is a beautiful color, reminescent of the time and correct for this Thunderbird. This car was ordered in Willow Green with a Colonial White porthole hardtop. There were 21,380 Thunderbirds built in 1957, the last of the 2-seat Thunderbird until a brief run of retro T-birds beginning in 2003.  The paint has many chips and imperfections throughout if you look closely (see photos), presentable but showing its age. The structure of this car looks exceptionally solid, doors, trunk, and hood align correctly.

Open the doors to 1957. The interior displays the correct combination of medium green and light green front to back.  The dash displays the correct instrumentation along with an updated T-Bird AM/FM stereo.  The colonial white porthole hardtop is in very good condition and is complete with its factory headliner & seals. This car was not ordered with a soft top.  Under the hood is the 312 4bbl. Thunderbird Special V8. Accessories include updated air conditioning & Master Guide power steering. The original trim identification plate is also in place.   The door undersides are solid, weep holes intact, undercarriage appears to be in good condition as well.  Previous oil changes are displayed on the door jamb. 

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