Rare 1957 Ford Thunderbird convertible set for national TV auction

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An original, unrestored 1957 Ford Thunderbird, which has been driven 20,000 miles, had one owner and garage kept, will be auctioned May 19 on national television part of Dana Mecum's 25th Original Spring Classic Auction.

Sold new at O'Shea-Rogers Ford in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Thunberbird is still painted in its original factory-applied Starmist Blue paint.

The V-8 powered Ford classic is offered with its original porthole hardtop and wide whitewall tires, and is documented with the original bill of sale and a signed affidavit attesting to its actual mileage.

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