15k Original Miles: 1993 Ford Thunderbird Davey Allison Edition

On July 12, 1993, NASCAR driver Davey Allison lost his life in a helicopter accident. As a tribute to their fallen driver, Ford introduced a dealer-fitted option called the Thunderbird Davey Allison Edition. In the end, 1,500 of these… more»

READER AD: 1968 Ford Thunderbird 429

This 429 V8 equipped Thunderbird has been parked since 1993 and needs some work before it will be ready to hit the street, but it’s covered just 60k miles since new and appears to be a solid find! The… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1955 Ford Thunderbird Custom

What Makes It Special? This Thunderbird Convertible is a beautiful driver that has some great custom touches and has been stored indoors all of its life. It rides on custom wire wheel rims and wide white wall tires. Has… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1966 Ford Thunderbird 428!

Sweet Driver: 1955 Ford Thunderbird

Given the fact that this 1955 Thunderbird spent the first part of its life in Hollywood, California, and moved from there to its current location in Las Vegas, Nevada, it should be no surprise to learn that it is… more»

READER AD: 1971 Ford Thunderbird Landau Survivor

What Makes It Special? This is a bone-stock, nearly perfect example of a 1971 Ford Thunderbird Landau. Numbers matching 429 ThunderJet and transmission that operate flawlessly. One of only 4,238 produced this last year of suicide-door T-Birds. Nearly as-new… more»

Grandpa’s Beauty: 1955 Ford Thunderbird

Grandpa put this car away in the garage in 1985, and now the old house has been sold so the car has to go. The seller has listed this 1955 Ford Thunderbird for sale┬áhere on eBay. Currently bidding is… more»

Parked in 1985: 1955 Ford Thunderbird

An elderly gentleman recently passed away in Westlake, Ohio. When his grandson was finalizing his estate, he found that his grandfather’s 1955 Ford Thunderbird was sitting in a shed where it had been parked in 1985. With the house… more»

Easy Restoration: 1955 Ford Thunderbird

The owner of this 1955 Ford Thunderbird says that it could be restored with very little investment. That could potentially be quite good news, because values have been flat for the ’55 model for quite some time, and have… more»

Stored 45 Years: 1959 Thunderbird

Back in 1958, the Ford Motor Company disappointed a few folks by introducing a four-seat Thunderbird, replacing the 1955-57 two-seat version. For the 1959 model year, production increased some 78 percent, to 67,456 units, far exceeding any ’55-’57 levels… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Original 1966 Thunderbird Town Landau

If you’ve been following the site for very long, you might recognize this Thunderbird. We featured it for the seller, Yvonne B way back in 2017 when she listed a collection of barn finds that had belonged to her… more»

READER AD: 1978 Ford Thunderbird Time Capsule

Reader Jesus G is helping the owner of this Thunderbird find it a new home. It’s a very clean T-Bird that has covered just 55k miles and features some cool features, such as T-tops, cruise control, 8-track player and… more»

The Vista Bird! 1962 Ford Thunderbird Wagon

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, one of the great attractions of the custom car scene is the fact that it allows people to exhibit their own imaginations, and to allow their own visions to crystallize…. more»

One of The Last: 1955 Ford Thunderbird

The owner of this 1955 Thunderbird has put a bit of effort into decoding the VIN on this car and claims that after this car was built, there were only four more 1955 Thunderbirds that rolled off the production… more»

30-Year Project: 1956 Ford Thunderbird

Restoration projects stall for a number of reasons, and some of these reasons are sadder than others. It’s when these projects then go from owner to owner with no further progress being made that makes them even sadder. This… more»

Clean And Green: 1975 Ford Thunderbird

Thunderbird was a growing car. By the time it reached its 20th birthday, it had grown from a 175.3-inch two passenger car in 1955 to a 226-inch six-passenger car in 1975. Ford led you to believe in its brochure… more»