- Written by webmin
Complain all you want about the four-seater and even the four-door Thunderbirds and Ford losing its way with the icon of the 1950s, at least you never saw a Thunderbird station wagon come from the factory.
Sometime in the 1980s, during a deluge of rain, Steve Donohue made a pit stop on the Ohio Turnpike and spied either the best or worst thing to ever happen to a 1972-1976 Ford Thunderbird. While the roof above the driver and passenger appeared chopped, it looks like the builder left the greenhouse (possibly from a same-era LTD wagon?) at stock height.
Steve said these were the best photos he could get during the downpour using an instant print camera, but he still scanned them in to share them with us. Anybody seen this beast around since then?