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It mixes some of the aggressive muscle car looks of the 1960s with the elegance you demand of a Thunderbird. That’s how you get a shark-like nose and hood scoop artfully blended with the formal hardtop. Turquoise is the factory-correct color, and it has been resprayed later in life to give it a good metallic gloss in the sunshine.
But this also currently goes to the heart of a driver-quality car. From day one, it’s quite comfortable with everyone having a bucket seat. A center console was standard equipment, and there was even an upgrade to R134a air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.
This 1964 Ford Thunderbird might just be the most affordable way to take home a comfortable cruiser that also turns heads the moment it leaves the garage.