2002 Ford Thunderbird Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
Shocking to read any poor reviews.
It’s $40k, not $50k; don't blame the
car if you paid $10k over sticker.
Radio has auto-volume control (it
doesn't come programmed, see owner's
manual). Acceleration, handling, ride,
braking, are ideal for the style of
car. 91 octane gas is recommended; if
you're unhappy with performance, try
feeding it right. It's not a sports
car; the luxury car ride is perfect for
any kind of driving other than racing.
Shifts are very smooth; you CAN shift
manually. The interior is plane, but
it’s a retro-styled car. How much
interior styling did you get in cars
made 40-50 years ago? Styling REALLY
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