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1956 Ford Thunderbird an original car it has the large 312 Powerglide ford-o-matic engine which is rare and the yellow is rare also this car I’ve owned it for the past 30 years I bought it from the guy who started the country club here I live in a large Italian Community and Frank Sinatra would come into town and drive this car on the sneaks so it’s very rare to find a yellow T-Bird that is mostly all original other than you know recent tires there was a repaint on it that the guy did years ago but it’s a good repaint and the car is not Concourse but it’s pretty close. The typical sale price on these are between 45 and 100,000. People might be willing to get rid of some Bitcoin for rare car.
The car has 30898 miles. 1956 T-Bird with black vinyl hardtop with portholes and soft top. 312 powerglide engine with Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission. Sidekirts, beautiful car with new tires.
Yellow is the rarest of colors.
How many Ford Thunderbirds were made in 1956?
Production total for 1956 was 15,631 units, the lowest of all three 2-seater Thunderbird model years.
For 1956, Ford added an optional 312 cid version of the Y-Block V-8. This engine put out 260 horsepower with the manual transmission, or 225 horsepower with the Ford-O-Matic. For the 1956 model, Ford made some changes. To give more trunk space, the spare wheel was mounted outside, Continental-style; the exhausts were moved to the ends of the bumper. Air vents were added behind the front wheels to improve cabin ventilation. To improve rear-quarter visibility with the removable hardtop in place, “porthole” windows were made available as a no-cost option. An optional 312 Y-block V8 was made available for those that wanted more performance.
1956 sales were 15,631, the lowest of all three 2-seater Thunderbird model years.
These are estimated numbers:
E Colonial White 24.7%
A Raven Black 24.7%
K Fiesta Red 15.5%
L Peacock Blue 13.6%
Z Thunderbird Green 9.5%
J Buckskin Tan 3.3%
X Navajo 2.3%
Y Sunset Coral 2.2%
T T-Bird Gray 2.6%
M Goldenglow Yellow 1.6%
The value of a 1956 Ford T-Bird with the 312 Powerglide automatic engine depends on a number of factors, including the condition of the car, the amount of restoration work that has been done, and the current market conditions. In general, these cars can be worth anywhere from $55,000 to $100,000 or more.
Here are some factors that can affect the value of a 1956 Ford T-Bird with the 312 Powerglide automatic engine:
A 1956 Ford T-Bird with the 312 Powerglide automatic engine, is the most desired engine.
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