1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible For Sale

£33,850 - Offers invited

1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible – Beautiful First Generation

This beautiful 1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible comes to us from a Danish classic car collector. The car represents it self very well and comes with a factory hardtop in addition to the white convertible top. The paint is red and in great shape. The body is in extremely nice condition with nice and tight body lines. All the chrome is in mint condition as are the front and rear bumpers. The car has red interior and is very nice with no visible tears, rips or blemishes. The dash is in great condition as well and has no cracks. The chassis is in mint condition. Front and rear suspension is in very nice shape and is not worn and the car drives amazingly. Wheels are like new. This Thunderbird goes down the road very nicely and straight and is a joy to drive. A 1957 Ford Thunderbird in this condition is sought after today and this one is an amazing example you could drive everyday and not think twice about it. Here is your chance to own a true American classic that will only appreciate in value. Feel free to call or email with any question you may have on this car.

Car specifications:
VIN: C7FH394022
Odometer: 07901 miles
Production date: 22. October 1957
Engine: 292-312 c.i.d. Y-Block V8
Engine block number: C2TE60589-A - 2B14 - 5
Intake manifold: ECZ-9425-B, Y-block with Holley 4 barrel carburetors
Rocker arms code: ECG = 1.54:1
Transmission: 3-speed Manual

VIN decoding:
VIN: C7FH394022
C = 292 cubic inch, 2V, 212 horsepower V-8
7 = Year 1957
F = Dearborn Michigan
H = 1955-1957 Thunderbird (no body style name used)
394022 = Consecutive Unit Numbe

Consecutive Unit Numbers begin at 100001 at each Ford Motor Company assembly plant. This number represents the scheduled sequence order. When a car was ordered, it was immediately assigned a VIN with a Consecutive Unit Number. It was then assigned a scheduled production date based on availability of trim, parts, other components, and taking into account workloads at the assembly plant. The Consecutive Unit Number should be considered to be a unique identification that shows when the order was received and when it was planned for production.

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We will assist with shipping throughout the world and will professionally prepare the car for the journey to its new home. We will also assist with all export matters and paperwork needed at no addition cost.

Examples of shipping rates:

Shipping to New York, USA is approximately 1,150 Euros.
Shipping to continental Europe is approximately between 300 – 700 Euros.
Shipping to Immingham, UK is approximately 700 Euros.
Shipping to St. Petersburg, Russia is approximately 1,000 Euros.
Shipping to other cities or countries can be arranged.
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