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What Is It?

...seen only the lift-off metal top, also known as a "hardtop," seen in sports cars such as the Mazda Miata and Ford Thunderbird. The concept of a fixed roof with no pillar between the front and rear side windows escapes them because such cars...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/autos/2015-10-22/what-it-its-1946-chrysler-tow
What Is It?

...might be inclined to say.But wait, there's more. Engel had just been involved in the design of the 1961-63 Ford Thunderbird, the famed "Torpedobird," which we highlighted a few weeks ago in our What Is It? quiz. Its smooth lines...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/autos/2015-08-27/what-it
James Hall

...his proudest achievements is on display in the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame in Mooresville, NC. A 1959 Ford Thunderbird #64 that he was instrumental in restoring to racing condition. James Arthur Hall was of what has come to be known...

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What Is It?

...showed the front fender of a 1963 Ford Thunderbird that used to belong to one of...The car of the week is a 1963 Ford Thunderbird coupe. Before the era of the...pretty sure this car is a 1963 Ford Thunderbird. I knew when I saw the picture...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/autos/2015-07-30/what-it
What Is It?

...history and start with something that was cool from the very beginning."EVANS: Wayne Wilke said: "The car is a Ford Thunderbird; my guess is 1957, although from the hooded headlight view, it could be the '55 or '56 Thunderbird."Paul...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/autos/2015-05-28/did-you-identify-last-weeks-1
What Is It?

...Polara 500."Tony Brunson said: "I believe it is a 1967 Dodge Polara."Saajan Shah thought it might be a 1965 Ford Thunderbird.MARTINEZ: Eddy Marsh said it was a 1967 Polara 500 but first thought it was a Dodge Monaco 500:"This week was...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/autos/2015-08-06/what-it
What Is It?

...at the Chrysler Turbine concept that was tested nationwide in 1963 and 1964. It heavily resembles the 1961-63 Ford Thunderbird ("Torpedobird"), does it not? Moreover, that gasoline-tubine-powered Chrysler looks suspiciously like...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/autos/2015-05-14/what-it
What Is It?

...pursuing this type of car, so Buick management jumped at the chance to offer a more upscale competitor to the popular Ford Thunderbird. The rest, as they say, is history."By the way, LaSalle was its own brand. It was not a Cadillac LaSalle...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/autos/2015-04-16/what-it
What Is It?

...is a 1968-69 AMC AMX two-seater. It was the only steel-bodied two-seater being made since the 1955-57 Ford Thunderbirds. It was a short car with a wheelbase listed at 1-inch less than the Corvette.For performance, AMC fit it with...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/autos/2014-12-18/what-it
What Is It?

...identified the Galaxie underneath.Vinyl-covered roofs had their beginnings in the 1920s but really took off after the Ford Thunderbird added a vinyl roof to one of its models in 1962. Soon these roofs were seen all around, usually in black but also...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/autos/2014-10-23/what-it