The 1958 Ford Thunderbird Convertible Cabriolet is a classic classic American car that exudes style and luxury. It features sleek and sophisticated lines that are emphasised by a single fin, a single chrome bar and a two-tone colour scheme. The paintwork is a combination of glossy black on the hood, with a bright white on the roof and rear fenders, and a rich cream on the sides. A lowered ride height gives this classic convertible cabriolet a sporty look and a ground-hugging stance. Inside the convertible cabriolet, the interior is a luxurious combination of dark walnut wood trim, aluminium and chrome details and soft, rich fabric upholstery. A unique two-spoke steering wheel allows for ease of manoeuvrability while a set of three dials in the centre of the dashboard are designed to inform the driver of the cars vital functions. A choice of seating layouts is available to accommodate any size of passenger, with the front seats being particularly comfortable. Under the hood, the 1958 Ford Thunderbird Convertible Cabriolet is powered by a V8 engine with a power output of 300 horsepower, coupled with a three-speed manual transmission. The car runs on air-conditioning and has a top speed of over 200 km/h. In addition to its great performance, the 1958 Ford Thunderbird Convertible Cabriolet is incredibly reliable and low maintenance. The suspension and braking system are robust and ensure a smooth ride and plenty of control, and a variety of optional extras are available to make this classic American car even more special.
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