Contact me if you want to purchase a squarebird hat
Put a different interior in my bird
This page is all about my 59 Thunderbird Conv. Look around at the great images and enjoy the the story of the restoration of this great bird. I bought this car on April 25, 1998, as she sits today she is 90% restored.
NEW IMAGES CHECK THEM OUT !! Did a couple things, to improve my bird, check out my restoration page.
If you like SquareBirds check out this site, it is full of great information.
These are the two data plates found behind the passegers headlite. The first one is a data plate with vin #, model code, color code, interior code and six other codes. The second is a color plate, painted the body color, with model # and color code
I wrote a short essay on my Thunderbird, read it and let me know what you think.
Do you have a Thunderbird? Go to the Thundebird Registry My registry # is 1103, check this site out, it's very interesting site!
I made it to the fourth of July parade, take a look at me and my daughter
Ford Carlisle 2000 with the BUD GIRLS.
Also won 2nd place in class on Fun Feild.
My bird was in a wedding May 27, 2000 and here is a shot of the bride, Amanda , and her father, Jim.
This is the 2001 Thunderbird at the ITC Con. in Suffern NY, take a look at the red bird
My Thunderbird is colonial white white with red leather trim. White top, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Seat, Power Windows.
These are the first images of my bird (before my restoration)
Here is a picture of
Here is the interior
This is me in your rear veiw mirror.
This what she looks like as I pass you
My Thunderbird patent plate On the back of the plate writen in red grease maker is the number 146, which is the ROT#
Take a look at her ROT (build sheet) it's beat up but what do you expect after 40 years.
Want to tune in a station on my radio
Want to read about Ford's squarebirds
I went to NJ shore June 26 1998 and on the way home stopped by Millville and saw six great square birds. What a sight!
1-58conv 2-59HTs,1 60 Conv, and 3 60HTs one with sunroof and 430. All were very nice birds my hats off to you square birders.
This is a shot of Ray Katz and his "baby" going of to get exhaust installed. Ray is the man doing all my body work. That's a 56 Chevy if you can't tell and Ray is the man on the right. If you live in North-Eastern Pennsyvania and need body work or custom paint work he is your man!!!
This is my old jag XJ6
This is my truck
Check out ITC's website and join!!!
Some images are grainy to save space.
PLEASE SIGN GUEST BOOK AND TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK OF MY BIRD
"BIRD IS THE WORD"
e-mail me and I'll check out your page or send me an image of your car and I'll put it on this page