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Old 02-09-2017, 10:03 AM
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I came across this on FB this AM. Seems like there is some new information about the '60 and racing noted in this statement and the Hemmings link. Fact check anyone?

Mark N Ruby Mccollough‎
1958 to 1966 Ford Thunderbird
13 hrs

Grandfather bought this in 1967... Stored it in 1972... I got it out of storage fall of 2015 and on the road spring of 2016... 352-300 HP, 3 speed manual, no over drive, 3.70:1 rear end, manual brakes, manual steering other differences.. no radio, no antenna, crank windows one mirror... the list goes on... we had it looked at by a major auction house with connections to others... and what we think this is... a 1960 race ready Thunderbird. 110 were made and the first 50 or so were probably sold to NASCAR race teams.. the rest were quietly made and shipped to different dealers as a basic striped down T Bird to satisfy NASCAR's need to bring about 100 of them to get the stock car designation.... this one is all original and complete. I have just completed some slight body work to conserve the car.... it has low mileage and runs pretty well. the oil sticker pic is when my grandfather changed the oil in 1968 at our family car repair shop... the car is a beast to drive... not for the faint of heart.... here is a article Hemmings motor news put out on these rare TBirds....
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