I had taken photos of it when it was new, but I couldn't find them and had to settle for this picture taken at the dealership. I had so much fun with this car and it attracted a lot of attention. I did get used to coming back to my car in the grocery store parking lot or anywhere else and have people standing and admiring it. Most people didn't know what was, being a reproduction of sorts of the original 1958 T-bird.You could take the hard top off and there is a soft top underneath. I've never been a convertible type person so I never had the hard top off.
I said I was going to keep it forever or until it started to be a money pit. And that's what was starting to happen. Although I had less than 35,000 miles on it, it was 13 years old and things started to go and I was getting pricey repair bills. I also had trouble fitting the two cars in my garage. It was time to let go. I truly will miss it.
I sold it to the dealership and they will put it on their lot. I just hope that whoever buys it loves it as much as I did and takes as good care of it. It was in mint condition.