Busch 45239 Blue Ford Thunderbird Closed Convertible

Busch 45239 Blue Ford Thunderbird Closed Convertible

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Kidney table, petticoat and rock n roll - the wild 50s. Just the right time for an extravagant "cheeky" sports car - the Ford Thunderbird. The classy two-seater - from the Ford Motor Company founded by Henry Ford on June 24, 1903 - with its V8 engine was initially placed as a competitor to the Chevrolet Corvette, which was unveiled in February 1953. The larger, more powerful and more comfortable Thunderbird made its debut in early 1955 on the streets of the world, after the first mass-produced car left the factory in Dearborn on 9.9.54. In the most successful years, from 1955-57, more than 54,000 pieces were produced. The elegant convertible is made for beautiful sunny days. Hood back and then it is to enjoy fresh air and all around a clear view. But also on the cooler,

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