No, sorry. I don't have the parts no. catalog.
do you happen to have the part number for the power steering pump?
Sweet! Added today- https://www.facebook.com/thunderbir...x_bypass_snowlift=1&offerx_id=370918543419203
Congratulations & welcome to the Tbird family. With a little work Airmen Miller you'll have that bird up & soaring soon! People on here are a great help, just ask. We're fellow enthusiasts & no question is silly or stupid!
You should post a photo of the '64 & '02 together.
Good luck with your project, I will look forward to seeing the final results which will be a labor of love I'm sure.
Good luck with your project it will be a labor of love, I'm sure. Look forward to seeing the final result.
Looks like a fun project!
Selling this one. Have a 57 and it's hard to drive both! I think the price is a steal! Will be posting more pics over the weekend.
awesome post. Keep wondering why the 67-72 get no love on the pic of the month
Sweet, I will feature you in the photo of the week tomorrow! Add anymore photos you have to this gallery.
For sale $28,000 or best offer
Iggy I have a '64 Tbird. Yours has come a long way since day 1. NICE! Vegas is a good rust free climate for old cars. I noticed in the pics of your dash 2 switches & 3 lights(?) in upper center behind the wiper switch. If possible, can you supply the source for those items??
They're only original once. Nice ride!
My Donor 35th Annie
You are the photo of the week @garynanclark ! Congrats!
nt, You might be right but this mod sure is eye catching and distinctive. My '02 is a very nice ride (15k on the clock) but I'll bet this custom REALLY gets the looks! Larry
Saw one like this at the Memphis International; may have been the same one. Thought proportionally, it would have turned out better with a 55/56 rear end. truck lid of the 2003 versus the '57 seems to be a lot shorter. Still very very cool!
L-O-V-E the Retro57. I have a 2002. Where did you have the fins installed? I'd like to have that done to mine. I don't want to get the stick ones but your bird looks like they are part of he car. Thanks, Larry
2003 It was Desert Sky blue almost the same as 1957 Sky mist blue.
Thanks for Picture of the week
@cedarbird2 I fixed them. What year is the newer car? PS You are photo of the week, it's going out as we speak!
Do not know why they came out upside down
She's a beauty!....Nice job.
Beautiful the color is exactly like mine I painted in 1983.....
like the dual master cylinder how did you hook it to the stock power brake unit?
Now that`s a Thunderbird.......
build thread here. http://www.myrideisme.com/Blog/2012-ridler-winner-1955-thunderbird/
Absolutely a beautiful work of art and love..
When I purchased the T-Bird I found a video of the off frame restoration & 2 old titles. 1 title was issued on 10/18/2005, that owner only drove the car a few times & stored it in a climate control warehouse for 8 years. The California title was issued on 12/13/2001 & that owner bought the car in Northern California from an owner of a body shop & it was indeed a body off restoration. After he bought the car it sat in his garage for many years, because he owned about 20 collector cars.
Was the car restored?
I love your car. Mine also is a California black plate car. It’s been in storage for over forty years. It was originally Thunderbird blue like yours but my Uncle had it painted yellow.
Someday I hope to drive it
Yes I will get some better pictures and not resize them. Thank you TommyT
Wow. Beautiful restoration and a really pretty car! What a Valentine present that would make.
one sleek line of snow from the top of the windshield to past the rear bumper. cool!
Wow, very nice @BudP ! I will make this the photo of the week!
I wish you had higher resolution photos, so I could featured one week! Can you post some better photos that are not resized?