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Ford Thunderbird Landau Suicide Doors 1971

General description : Diese 4-Türige Ford Thunderbird Landau mit seinen 'suicide doors' für
einfache Einstieg hinten, war einzigartig für diese Generation Thunderbirds.
Auch wurden in 1971 nur 6553 von diese Thunderbirds produziert
Der starke 7 Liter V8 Motor mit 360 PS lÃuft sehr gut,
und das Automatik Getriebe schaltet einwandfrei und Komfortable.
Die Innenausstattung ist in einen sehr
gepflegten Zustand.
So sind die sitze, der Teppich, der Himmel,
die Türverkleidung und das Armaturenbrett
alle in einer guten Kondition.
auch die Lackierung und das Chrom ist in einen
guten Zustand.
TÃœV/H-Zulassungsabnahme gg. Aufpreis mÃglich.
Wir kÃnnen Ihnen auch TransportmÃglichkeiten anbieten.

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1971 Ford Thunderbird Landau Suicide Doors is listed sold on ClassicDigest in Emmerich am Rhein by RD Classics for Not priced.

 

Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ford Model : Thunderbird Model Version : Landau Suicide Doors Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1971 Sub type : Sedan Location : Emmerich

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