1960 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

The classic Thunderbird was introduced in 1955 in response to the Corvette. With the same wheelbase, the T-Bird was designed to be more comfortable and luxurious. The 1958-60 models added more chrome and two seats. This car is one of the rare “J” code cars-only 250 were built in 1960- with a 430-c.i., 350-horsepower Lincoln engine, a $177 option. Other features include Cruise-O-Matic transmission, tinted power windows, power seats and air conditioning. In show condition following a three-year ground-up restoration, this car is a multiple first place winner, including Best of Show at the VTCI regional in San Diego and the Knott’s Berry Farm All-Ford Show. Restoration detail is superb, right down to the correct underhood decals.