17 Jan Low milage perfection: 1957 Ford T-Bird
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CKCStories #5 of 100
My classic 57 T-Bird was originally built in July, 1957 and will turn sixty this year, just in time for the Copper Kettle Classic. I bought it in 1986 when it had been driven a mere 16,000 miles and was in beautiful condition. I have since upgraded it and made it as close to perfect as possible, all while keeping it at a low 37,000 miles.
It has a 312 cid. automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, town and country radio, windshield washers, backup lights, white wall tires and wire wheels along with a long list of upgrades.
Owners: Wayne & Maureen Pitman
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