I have a 2003 Ford TBird 50th Anniversary Edition convertible with removable hard top. How can it be 50 year edition if Thunderbirds weren’t made until 1955?
How can my 2003 Ford Thunderbird be a “50th anniversary edition” if Ford
didn’t make Thunderbirds until 1955? Mine is Thunderbird blue and has
24,500 miles. Pristine.
Thunderbirds first went on sale in September 1954. You ask a really good question. As it was Ford who called your car a 50th Anniversary Edition, ask Ford why: call or go on line and post your VIN. Only other thing I can think of is that your car is actually not a 50th Anniversary Edition and something is amuck with the badging or the paperwork.
Thanks. Good info.
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