Wednesday, September 26, 2007

1956 Ford Thunderbird


The genesis of the Ford Thunderbird can be traced back to the end of World War II. Many American GIs stationed in England during the war acquired a taste for the sleek and agile MGs and Jaguars. Chevy answered the call with its famous Corvette, prompting Ford's brilliant response. The Thunderbird is somewhat less sporting than the Corvette, but more comfortable and luxurious. It's plenty potent, however, with a 285 hp V-8.
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