1956 Ford Thunderbird
The 1956 Thunderbird came with several enhancements to the 1955 model that made the 1956 model impossible to mistake for any other year. Foremost was the change in the fiberglass tops, the now famous “Porthole Window”.
There was more “GO” than ever under the hood of the 1956 Thunderbird with the availability of three engine options, namely the 225 h.p. Special V-8 with Fordomatic, the 215 h.p. with Overdrive an the 202 h.p with Conventional drive. Cowl side vents on each fender and a set of windwings on the windshield were added to improve ventilation. To make more room in the trunk, the 1956 Thunderbird got a continental kit, where by the spare tire was now relocated from the interior to an exterior position about the now extended rear bumper.
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