1957 Ford Thunderbird For Sale

Classic Car Facts

1957 Ford ThunderbirdInca Gold exterior … White vinyl interior … Kelsey Hayes wire wheels … Continental kit … 312 CID V-8 … Automatic … A/C ...

“For men and women who treat driving as an art, the Thunderbird is an instrument that gives full range to their capabilities … The only question in Thunderbird-owning families is whether it’s ‘his’ or ‘hers.’”  These are the words with which Ford lured buyers to its showrooms in 1957 to see its beautifully restyled Thunderbird—a classic, even in its day.

This stunning 1957 Ford Thunderbird is finished in Inca Gold and has a beautiful luster that is further accentuated by chrome and brightwork that is in excellent condition.  This beauty offers you a variety of motoring options—from open air to its Tan colored soft top—both distinctive and lovely in its own way.  Adding further distinction are its Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels and continental kit.  One look is all you’ll need to convince you of this car’s status as an American icon.

This Thunderbird’s interior is equally striking, featuring an interior in White vinyl.  All components, from the dashboard and instrumentation to the seating areas and carpeting are in very good condition.  You’ll also appreciate the convenience of its Town & Country AM Radio and air conditioning.

Under the hood you will find a 312 CID V-8 mated to a Fordomatic Drive automatic transmission.  This Thunderbird also features a dual exhaust system.  It also benefits from newer front shocks, coil springs, bushings and front suspension components, as well as a new radiator, water pump and battery.

One item of note is that minor imperfections in the finish and chrome do not detract from the overall appearance of this car.  In addition, the radio and clock are not currently working.

The original shop manual will also be included with sale, as will a vinyl toneau cover which covers the dashboard and seating areas.

If a gorgeous early Thunderbird in a striking color combination is what you desire, this iconic 1957 is the one for you!