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If this 1957 Ford Thunderbird looks a little different than what you’re used to seeing from even a vintage Thunderbird, that’s because it’s reportedly one of only 17 F7FH Thunderbirds with 3-speed racing transmission known to exist. The “F-Bird” name references the F-code engine with 312 cubic inch V8, Holley 4-barrel carburetor and Paxton-McCulloch VR57 supercharger that outputs 300 horsepower. Developed as a direct answer to the fuel-injected Corvette of the time, Ford’s Thunderbird F-Bird was as gorgeous as it was powerful. This particular F-Bird was owned and maintained by the same owner from 1958 until his passing and features a raven black exterior paired with a Torch Red interior. If you’re in to Thunderbirds, this is one ride that belongs in your dream garage.

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