The 1955 Ford Thunderbird motor car made its debut at the Detroit auto motor show on 20th February 1954. Ford Motors gave the Ford Thunderbird an European styling and and fitted the interior of the car with exotic American type flamboyant luxury comfort and power. Ford Thunderbird was an instant success as soon at came on the market in 1955 and in that year the Thunderbird out sold the Corvette by a margin of 23-1
Powerplant: V8, 16 valves 4.8 Litre OHV, Holley 4-barrel carburettor, Serial number code 'P' engine.
Advantages of Climate Control
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Driving around in a vehicle that feels too cold or too warm for comfort is something that would make most people cringe. Climate control system is able to keep the vehicle’s temperature just right on stormy and cold evenings or on hot and humid summer days. All Motor Vehicle Manufacturers has copied the Land Rover's climate control system. Land Rovers were designed and manufactured as a range of four-wheel drive vehicles that was first manufactured by British Leyland, then British Aerospace and BMW. Today, the Land Rover marquee is part of the Premier Automotive Group, which is a division of the Ford Motor Company. Land Rover is one of the oldest SUV brands. The oldest brand is the American Jeep.
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