1963 Ford Thunderbird CoupeFull Concours Restoration, Tour or Show!
SOLD to Ohio!! This is a beautiful 1963 Ford Thunderbird coupe that has benefited from a fully photo documented professional restoration. Every piece of this car has been painstakingly restored and is in overall excellent condition. This T-Bird is ready for touring or concours events.
The livery is beautifully repainted in its original Corinthian White (Paint Code M). This is a beautiful repaint that is performed to concours standards and looks terrific today. The chrome and the stainless are in excellent condition as well. It is difficult to find faults with the cosmetics related to this car. There are several small paint touch ups that are visible upon very close inspection. The rubber seals have all been replaced and are in very good condition.
The interior has been beautifully restored in its original black vinyl (Trim Code 56). There are small tears on the bottom of both front seats on the outside. These appear as though they would be easy to repair. Otherwise, the interior is ready for show. The black carpet is in very nice condition and the black Thunderbird rubber mats are as new. The dash and center console look fantastic. We love the futuristic look this car has!
This T-Bird was produced on November 24 at the Ford Motor Company Wixom Assembly plant. It has the venerable 390 CID V8 that is a proven and reliable workhorse. The four barrel carburetor gives excellent overall performance. The engine compartment is also detailed for show and the undercarriage is beautifully and thoroughly detailed. See the photos of the restoration in the photo gallery. More photos are in the album that will be included in the sale.
We are offering this T-Bird at a fraction of the restoration cost and right in line with the Hagerty No. 2 value.
For more information and details, please call or text Harry Clark at +1.602.245.7200 or email@example.com. The T-Bird is available for inspection at our Phoenix showroom.
1963 Ford Thunderbird Coupe
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