Today’s featured vehicle is a 1960 Ford Thunderbird. Keen-eyed fans of the Squarebird—the second T-bird generation, spanning 1958–60—will know that the 1960 cars can be distinguished from ’58 and ’59 models by their sets of triple taillights. (Other second-gen cars had two double sets.) Engine choices carried over for the 1960 model year: the 352-cubic-inch, 300-hp V-8 and the 430-cu-in, 345-hp V-8. Thanks in part to a bevy of luxurious options—including a sun roof, power brakes and steering, and air conditioning—1960 T-bird sales topped out at 92,843 units. Ford capitalized on this success by advertising the T-bird as “The World’s Most Wanted Car.”
This particular 1960 T-bird belongs to Frank Barreca, who has painstakingly restored it to the beautiful condition you see here ... Read the full article on Hagerty.com:
I have always loved the square birds, but also been sorry that they didn't build them under some other name plate and kept the two-seater Thunderbirds small and continued them the way the Corvettes were done. Love the Interiors on the Square birds, and this one in white is just gorgeous.