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In 1957, the Ford Thunderbird underwent a restyle. While the overall length remained unchanged, the car's rear deck was lengthened, and its tailfins sharpened and slanted outwards. The Continental kit was discontinued, and the spare tire was moved back into the trunk. The rear bumper was enlarged and redesigned, with big exhaust vents at each corner. The front bumper was new and bigger, too, complementing a new, wider grille. The '57 T-Bird received an interior redesign as well, with a new upholstery pattern and door trim. The restyled instrument cluster grouped several round gauges, including the speedometer, behind the 3-spoke steering wheel. Beneath the padded dash between the driver and passenger is the optional Town & Country radio. This two-seat convertible, finished in Azure Blue, is powered by the Thunderbird Special 312/245hp V8 engine coupled with a 2-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission. Fitted with a Colonial White interior, it also features a porthole removable white top, fender skirts, wide whitewall tires and Truespoke wire wheels. From the George Shinn Collection. ** PREVIEW



LocationWest Palm Beach, Florida
Exterior colorBLUE
Interior colorWHITE
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