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RealRides of WNY - 1960 T-Bird

You don’t see many Square Birdsout in the wild; and few of them seem to be convertibles and almost none are ever in Moroccan Ivory like this one, seen earlier this year in Youngstown. The1960 Ford Thunderbirdwas the third and final year for this styling cycle, as the new Bullet Birdswould start their three-year run for MY 1961. This color was a T-Bird exclusive for 1960; the closest thing to

RealRides of WNY - 1960 Thunderbird

By the time the model year was over, it was obvious that the buying public had gotten over the fact that the 1960 Ford Thunderbird, a body stylenow in its third and final year, was no longer the svelte two-seater it was from 1955-57. With steadily increasing sales numbers Ford would be moving on with another new design for 1961 (which would surprisingly result in a sales drop). Here are the figure

RealRides of WNY - 1960 T-Bird

Some car wags insist the personal luxury coupe genre was instigated with the advent of Buick’s Riviera for MY 1963. Others point to the all-new Pontiac Grand Prix of 1969. Somehow they seem to forget Dearborn’s mid-century decade-closing lineup — from whence this 1960 Ford Thunderbirdsprung. The ’58 model was the first of the “square Birds” which featured all-ne

RealRides of WNY - 1960 Ford Thunderbird

The two-tone color combination on this 1960 Ford Thunderbird is a very striking Montecarlo Red over Raven Black — a $25.80 option from the factory. The red leather upholstery was another $106.20 — which today translates to around $912. The car’s MSRP of $3,755 would be a tad over 32 grand these days, which (I can’t believe I’m saying this) ain’t so bad! Saw this