Now available by The Motor Masters is a Colonial White 1956 Ford Thunderbird Convertible for sale. If the United States has a favorite 2-seat convertible, the Thunderbird is it. The 1956 models are the archetypal 1950s cruisers, with the spare moved outside, a more powerful 390 V8 under the hood, and a top that goes down. Thanks to just one owner who always ensured that it was ready to hit the road on a moment’s notice, it’s in just the right shape for your next road trip.
Code E Colonial White was new for 1956, but nobody can argue that it doesn’t look great. It says “E” on the trim tag, making Colonial White the original color, and the bright finish looks exactly right on the 2-seater’s famous shape. The paint job is fresh and the car has been driven on a mostly normal basis, and that doesn’t diminish the Thunderbird’s appeal one bit. Gaps are quite good, especially for a convertible. Up close you can see no signs of age, and you won’t see it from the driver’s seat, nor will the people watching you drive by with envy in their hearts ever notice. Chrome and trim are in excellent shape, with details that make the first-generation Thunderbird so special. Check out the vent doors in the front fenders, the chrome spare tire cover, and, of course, the Thunderbird script on the quarters. It all looks quite nice.
This one has a 390 V8 Engine, 21,914 miles, Automatic Transmission, Colonial White New Paint, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Continental Kit, Iconic Port Hole Hardtop and soft top included, Great Chrome, Fender Skirts, Whitewalls, Dual Exhaust, Car Runs and Drives Great, This car is a head turner, Drive it home just like Suzanne Somers in the movie American Graffiti.
1956 FORD THUNDERBIRD FOR SALE
So if you are in the market for a 1956 Ford Thunderbird Convertible for sale, then you have found it. This one is priced to sell and won’t be around for much time, so give us a call TODAY!