- Feb 11, 2007
Sorry I only have one picture of it that I snapped with my cell phone and the car is not really for sale. It is a 62' Thunderbird that belongs to my Great Grandmother. She still owns it, It was parked in this spot around 35 years ago when she bought a Ranchero to "haul her antiques" because she was an antique trader. The T-bird Is all original as it was when it was parked, rite down to the "FoMoCo" windshield washer bag on the inner fender. Its dirty but complete and solid from what I can tell with a "Landau" hardtop, 390, whatever automatic they used, and @ 65K on the odometer. I'm wondering about the value because Im the only one in the family that has really shown interest in owning the car but my Grandma wont just give it to me. I dont even think she will sell it to me cheap. She just keeps telling me to "make her an offer". Its hard to price the car because it is a true barn find. I can usually find turn key on Ebay with "fresh paint" for 8-12K so they dont bring huge money (unless they are convertible, in which case 20-25k seems the norm.