What engine did the 1960 Thunderbird have?

Ford Thunderbird (second generation)

What engine did the 1960 Thunderbird have?

Ford Thunderbird (second generation)

Ford Thunderbird Second Generation
Engine 352 cu in (5.8 L) FE V8 430 cu in (7.0 L) MEL V8
Transmission 3-speed manual 3-speed Cruise-o-Matic automatic
Wheelbase 112 in (2,845 mm)

What engine was in the 1959 Ford Thunderbird?

Thunderbird 352 Special V-8
The base engine was the Thunderbird 352 Special V-8 which had, as the name implied, 352 cubic inches of displacement (there you go Rich), or 5.8 liters for all the Generation-Xers and newer in the audience. It was fed by a 4-barrel carburetor and pumped out an even 300 ponies at 4,600 rpm.

How many cylinders does a 1960 Thunderbird have?

3.5 in | 89 mm. Displacement : 5768 cc | 352.0 cu in. | 5.8 L….Power.

V 8 | Series number code ‘W’
Stroke : 3.3 in | 84 mm.
Compression : 8.8:1
Main Bearings : 5
Cylinder Block : Cast-iron

How much did a Ford Thunderbird cost in 1960?

The 1960 Thunderbirds were down very slightly in weight but up in price. The base figures were $3,755 for the hardtop and $4,222 for the convertible.

What engine did the 2004 Thunderbird have?

V-8 engine
An aluminum, 3.9-liter, dual-overhead-cam V-8 engine produces 280 hp at 6,000 rpm and drives a close-ratio five-speed-automatic transmission. SelectShift operation for manually selected gear changes is optional. The Thunderbird was Ford’s first convertible with head and chest side-impact airbags.

What engine is in 58 Thunderbird?

ENGINES For the 1958 Thunderbird, Ford introduced its 352-cu.in. V-8. This 300hp engine sported a 4.00-inch bore and 3.50-inch stroke with a compression ratio of 10.2:1; torque measured 395-lbs.

Did Ford make a fastback Thunderbird?

While the production version of the coupe maintained the slab roof of the previous T-Bird, the Thunderbird Italien (built in 1963 for use on the Ford Custom Car Caravan circuit), featured a dramatically sloping fastback shape that was a closer match to the rounded look at the front of the car.

Who made Thunderbirds car?

Ford Motor Company
The Ford Thunderbird was the brainchild of two men—George Walker and Louis D. Crusoe. The car was born from the idea that Ford Motor Company should have a sportier vehicle as part of their automobile line. This idea was pursued by the company who decided to pursue a “true Ford sports car” for their 1955 model year.