1957 T-Bird 312/245hp Ford-o-matic 2-speed Automatic RWD Colonial White/Red int.

Price: US $49,995.00 Item location: Hickory, North Carolina, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Thunderbird
  • SubModel: Soft and Hard Top
  • Type: Convertible
  • Year: 1957
  • Mileage: 39113
  • VIN: D7FH373726
  • Color: Colonial White
  • Engine size: 312/245hp
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Interior color: Pleated Flame Vinyl
  • Options: 3.10 rear end gear, Chrome Air cleaner,
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1957 Ford Thunderbird Soft and Hard Top

- Power steering, indows and seat - Fordomatic 2-speed Automatic transmission - Telescoping steering - Pristine 2 stage Colonial White paint - Wire wheels with radial tires - Porthole hardtop and soft top - 39,133 believe to be actual miles This 1957 Ford Thunderbird was built on the 4th of September in 1957 at the Dearborn, I plant and is presented in Colonial White with Pleated Flame Red Vinyl interior. The D-code: 312 cubic inch; 3.80 x 3.44 bore and stroke; 9.71:1 compression ratio; single 4V Holley carburetor; 245 horsepower @ 4500 rpm; 332 lb-ft torque @ 2300 rpm is backed by a Ford-o-matic 2-speed transmission with a 3.10 rear end gear. Other options include Power steering, elescoping steering wheel, ower windows, ower seats, orthole hard top along with the soft top and wire wheels with radial tires. The car has 39,150 miles that we believe to be true as stated by the previous owner. Here is a brief history of the 1957 Ford Thunderbird: Some major styling changes took place on the 1957 Ford Thunderbird from previous years. Inside, he instrument panel was redesigned with clustered dials plus new designs to the all-vinyl upholstery and trim combinations. Outside the spare tire went back into the trunk, hich didn't occupy too much room in the 5 feet by 5-1/2 feet space. The standard top for the '57 Thunderbird, ade of glass-fiber, as removable and had stylish port windows (also available without port windows). A manually operated soft top was also an option but at an extra cost. Tops were available in black, lue, an or white and comfort-sealed against the weather. The rear boasted rear fins which were growing in populartity by automakers. Contact Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information