1959 Ford

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Bo Sandberg's 1959 Ford Thunderbird of Älvesjö in Stockholm, Sweden. This version of Bo's first Thunderbird was completed in 1962.
The Surfin Bird version of Bo Sandberg's 1959 Ford Thunderbird of Älvesjö in Stockholm, Sweden was completed in 1964.
Bo Sandberg's 1959 Ford Thunderbird of Stockholm, Sweden. Bo's Thunderbird, named the Wild Bird was completed in 1966. Bo ran a custom, paint and parts shop called Yankee Customs.
Bob Croatti's 1959 Ford Thunderbird of Milford, Connecticut. Bob's Thunderbird was restyled by Bernardo Auto Body. The build was completed in 1961, and it made its debut at the 1961 Hartford Autorama.
Jeff Bruns' 1959 Ford of Vacaville, California. Named "Green With Envy," Jeff's Ford was completed in 2013.
Mark Mundorff's 1959 Ford Thunderbird of Lincoln, Nebraska. Mark bought the car, named "Avancier", in 1967, by then it had already been mildly customized and prepared for racing.

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1959 Ford Customs

Bo Sandberg's 1959 Ford Thunderbird - Surfin Bird
Bo Sandberg's 1959 Ford Thunderbird - The Wild Bird
Bob Croatti's 1959 Ford Thundrbird
Brian Everett's 1959 Ford Ranchero
Chris Casny's 1959 Ford Thunderbird
Jeff Bruns' 1959 Ford - Green With Envy
Mark Mundorff's 1959 Ford Thunderbird

Cars Using 1959 Ford Parts

Thomas O. Hudson's 1957 Ford

Rear Window Molding
Art Guglielmi's 1955 Ford Victoria

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