1 of 455: Rare 1963 Ford Thunderbird Sports Roadster

In 1961, somebody within the walls of the Ford Motor Company had the idea of recapturing some of the “roadster” mojo of the original two-seater Thunderbird without shortening the car (which was 30 inches longer and over 1,000 pounds… more»

Optioned Oh So Right: 1957 Ford Thunderbird

The 1955-1957 Ford Thunderbirds are an indelible part of American culture.  From Suzanne Somers’ appearance in a Thunderbird in the movie “American Grafitti” to Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire” video, white ones specifically drive around in our subconscious.  If… more»

Original Paint, Interior, and 30k-Mile Survivor! 1963 Ford Thunderbird

It’s ironic that the seller chose to photograph this ’63 Thunderbird parked on an upward slope, because it looks like this ‘Bird is about to take flight. What a beautiful survivor with its factory original paint, interior, and a… more»

Recent Acquisition: 1988 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe

This 1988 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe is a nicely presented drive that the seller claims is fully dialed in and ready for regular use. He bought it not all that long ago on a popular auction site where he… more»

Which Would you Pick? Pair of 1955 Ford Thunderbirds

Decisions, decisions! That is what potentially faces some enthusiasts when they view this seller’s listing. They have a pair of 1955 Ford Thunderbird projects for sale, each with attributes making it attractive. One may have a slight edge, but… more»

Out of the Barn: 1965 Ford Thunderbird

Styling for the Ford Thunderbird would change dramatically in 1964 when the “Squarebirds” emerged from the designed studios. And they were well-received by the buying public with a record sales year in ’64. For ’65, the cars were little… more»

Modified Muscle Bird: 1957 Ford Thunderbird

At first glance it’s not unusual to see a classic two-seater Baby Bird sporting aftermarket wire wheels. But dual side exhausts? Wha?? The seller shares that the “relatively pedestrian” Y Block engine is long gone and says with some… more»

No Reserve: 1957 Ford Thunderbird

Decisions, decisions! If you walked into this garage, which classic would you choose? The Corvette would be tempting because it sets new standards in handling and performance for an American sports car. However, it isn’t an option. The story… more»

Wild ’70s Custom! 1967 Ford Thunderbird

Ford redesigned its personal luxury car, the Thunderbird, in 1967. The concept of the automobile changed, witness the fact that you could get one with four doors for the first time. This ’67 T-Bird coupe was heavily customized in… more»

Super Cheap ($700): 1994 Ford Thunderbird

With a headline reading: ****MUST GO**** – $700 and a brief description starting out with, “I am selling this car for my neighbor…It has been sitting for 5 years and his wife just wants it gone.” I’m guessing there… more»

Rare 3-Speed Manual! 1960 Ford Thunderbird

Purists were appalled when the second generation of the Ford Thunderbird (1958-60) gained a back seat. Gone until 2002 was the 2-seat T-Bird that has become iconic today (who can forget Suzanne Somers in American Graffiti?). But the proof… more»

14K-Mile 1976 Ford Thunderbird Special Edition

312 miles a year isn’t a lot, I probably ride my Honda Motocompo around the storage facility more miles than that every year. This ultra-luxurious 1976 Ford Thunderbird with the Crème and Gold Luxury Group package has traveled only… more»

No Reserve Survivor: 1980 Ford Thunderbird

This 1980 Ford Thunderbird could leave many enthusiasts in a quandary. That’s not because it is a bad car, but because it will have some debating what its most significant attribute is. It is a one-owner vehicle, meaning it… more»

Shoebird? Thunderbox? ’49 Ford “Body Kit” on a 1992 Thunderbird SC

If you’re the type that likes the classic “shoebox” slabside looks of the 1949-51 Fords, but prefers a more modern ride – and can get your hands on a good used 1989 – 1987 Thunderbird or Cougar – than… more»

Rare 430 V8 Engine! 1959 Ford Thunderbird

Ford redesigned its 2-seat Thunderbird in 1958 and took some heat from purists. The car was transformed into a 4-seat cruiser that turned up the dial on both luxury and performance. But those complaints were short-lived as the revised… more»

1985 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe 5-Speed Survivor

The styling difference between the eighth and ninth-generation Thunderbirds is almost like the difference between the Model T and Model A, although even more dramatic. I like the previous straight-edged T-Birds but this new design was sleek. The seller… more»