1955 White Ford Thunderbird Repainted Why This Car Is Special A first-year 1955 Ford Thunderbird remains one of the most collectable '50s cars, and it's easy to understand why. The one we have at Skyway Classics has the V8 engine, the great color combo of a new white paint job, convertible top, and a black and white interior is very desirable. Throw in the chrome hubcaps, rear fender covers, and V8 power and you have one slick T-Bird! Features 1955 White Ford Thunderbird P in the VIN code shows it to have a 292 cubic inch V8 engine with 193 horsepower Factory cast iron intake Four-barrel carb Thunderbird's special valve covers Appears to be all other factory engine components Chrome open element air cleaner Cast iron exhaust headers into the dual exhaust Automatic transmission with chrome shifter Black and white interior Black/White bench seat Matching door panels Dash in black with factory gauges Radio Black/polished steering wheel Chrome floor shifter New White paint Chrome bumper Subtle hood scoop Twin tailpipes integrated through the rear bumper guards Chrome Hubcaps Wide whitewall tires Wheel well fender flares Convertible top Mechanical This T-Bird has the P code 292 cubic inch V8 engine with 193 horsepower from the factory and has most other parts that looks stock. It had a recent rebuild on it back to factory specs too and the block, heads, and intake are painted in red. It has a factory cast iron intake, four-barrel carb, Thunderbird's special valve covers, and what appears to be all other factory engine components including the chrome open element air cleaner. This motor exhales out of the cast iron exhaust headers into the dual exhaust and the V8 is backed with the automatic transmission with chrome shifter and underneath is as clean, painted, and detailed as up above. It runs and drives exceptionally well. Interior The Bird has a black and white interior consisting of the black/white bench seat and matching door panels and looks stunning with the dash in black with factory gauges, radio, and controls, black/polished steering wheel, black carpeting, and the chrome floor shifter. The interior has the look that it did coming right out of the showroom back in 1955. Exterior There are no other 1955 Thunderbirds that are more desirable than this white over black/white T-Bird. The chrome really sets the Thunderbird apart as does the wraparound front bumper, wide mesh grille, subtle hood scoop, and the twin tailpipes integrated through the rear bumper guards. It has chrome hubcaps and wide whitewall tires and they look good with either the wheel well fender flares or without both will give it the final correct look too. Conclusion This a great 1955 Ford Thunderbird that we have here at Skyway Classics is super nice and driveable. The Thunderbird was Henry Ford's response to the Chevrolet Corvette, and no one could have predicted the success the Thunderbird would have. The Thunderbird's first year of production literally outsold the Corvette more than 23 to 1. This T-Bird is more than just nostalgic, it is iconic and a car that will evoke envy from everyone who sees you driving it. Give us a call at 941-254-6608. Disclaimer Information found on the website is presented as given to us by the owner of the car, whether on consignment or from the owner we bought it from. Some Photos, materials for videos, descriptions and other information are provided by the consignor/seller and is deemed reliable, but Skyway Classics does not warranty or guarantee this information. Skyway Classics is not responsible for information that may incorrect or a publishing error. The decision to purchase should be based solely on the buyer's personal inspection of the vehicle or by a professional inspection service prior to offer or purchase being made.