1962 Ford Thunderbird RoadsterSOLD

One Of The First 100 Built, 390 CI, Automatic

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- This is one of the earliest sport roadsters built. It was built in Wixom Michigan on March 7, 1962 and delivered to Townsend Ford in Townsend, Massachusetts
- A special order car which was delivered March 19th, 1962
- One of the first 100 sport roadsters built , the earliest models came with fender skirts, however, "Elvis" wrecked his car, blamed it on the skirt getting caught in wire wheel spinner
- Ford elected to discontinue the skirts and remove the mount points so they could not be put on later
- Comes with original invoice, owners manual, shop manual
- This car was also the inspiration for renowned automotive artist Harold Cleworths painting of the 62
- An original "91" calendar using this painting comes with it

Reference Number 74430

as of 3/24/2010

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Car 1962 Ford Thunderbird Roadster
Transmission Automatic 
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