2004 Ford Thunderbird Premium 2dr Convertible w/Removable Hard Top (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
i love my powder blue t-bird for around
town. it just makes people smile and
give you the thumbs up sign. it is a
little difficult to remove hard top.
once it was off--i kept it off. the
soft top up and down feature does not
measure up to my saab convertible that
self latches and does not need a boot
cover. the t-bird has tons of pick-up
and is good off the line which is
important in LA. i plan on putting few
miles on this car and keeping it for a
i think the design is very cool. you
know going into this that this is no
costco car for bulk shopping. this car
is fun--not a kiddie mobile. like the
heated seats and my stainless package
and color insert seats. dash etc. is
not so confusing. what you see is what
you get. love it.
the soft top should self latch--it is
too difficult right now. you really
need two people--one on top outside to
smash top down and someone inside to
make latches work and seal top. ford
should check out saab.
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