Is anyone out there a thunderbird lover? We are down to one person driving and need to sorrowfully give up our 1957 Baby Bird and 2004 California special tbird soon. firstname.lastname@example.org
The 1957 is listed here in guru, for neelie1957tbrd, which is me. She is dusk rose, the original color and has everything a classic car lover would love as you drive her down the street. the 2004 Tbird is her younger brother and turns heads as well. they both have their hard top with the port hole as well as the folding convertible top behind the seat. The 1957's top is manual but the 2004's top is power. Baby has a 45 rpm record player that actually plays a stack of 10-12 records never skipping when going over railroad tracks either:) Our regular driver Freestyle with seating for 7 and huge cargo space with rear cimate control and most options like moon roof and leather is also on the market. email@example.com or 302-933-8777
Did you think of advertising both cars in the "DuPont Registry" magazine or "Hemming's Motor News" or even calling the Goldenrod Garage in Freeport, ME on the '57 alone ? If you happen to pick up copy of either magazine or look online to find a classic cars dealer near you. You could also try "F40 Motorsports", (464 Portland-Cobalt Rd, Portland, CT 06480 - (860) 342-5705). Wayne helped a friend of mine sell two cars at the Barrett Jackson Auto Auction last year.
THanks I will look into all of your ideas.