1955: A new car is born...THUNDERBIRD. This car, and the Thunderbirds that followed, are classics and set the styling trend for an entire generation of cars.
2018 International Thunderbird Club Convention to be held at the Hyatt Place Amherst (Buffalo) Tuesday August 7 through Sunday August 12, 2018 For more information please see the ITC website.Hosted by the Buffalo Thunderbird Club.Contact Club Services to have your Ford show listed here.
Important News for Registry Database Users Effective June 8, 2018 a new “VIN Sorter” function was added. It accomplishes the same thing as the previous sorter, but all years 1955-2005 are now displayed using a single page. The VIN Sorter function works only in ascending order of the “last six” numbers in any VIN. You must select a year first, followed by an assembly plant (the plant location names are loaded automatically by year). It has come to the attention of the Registry that about 50 cars are in the database which have duplicate “last six” fields…i.e. P6FH101234 and M6FH101234 which of course is impossible, but these dupes exist because of incorrect reporting or typographical oversights. The incorrect VINs will be eliminated, and the Registry Number will be identifying a car from archived, unused car information. No system is perfect without the assistance of dedicated Thunderbird enthusiasts. If you spot duplicate last six fields please let us know. Your help is greatly appreciated.
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