Possibly it’s the vehicle’s futuristic looks and possibly it’s the Beechwood Brown metallic paint.
After all, the 1960 Ford Thunderbird that Larry Jasmin of Rancho Palos Verdes, California, was revealing here recently is a convertible. He’s had it for around 2 years.
Jasmin had originally gone searching for the more popular 1957 model however discovered it has “too many problems.” The 1960 maintains all the T-Bird appeal with a bit more elegance.
Jasmin purchased the car from a prominent San Diego restorer who had utilized it as a personal automobile. The four seats and convertible roofing system make it the ideal car for exploring.
One benefit comes when he attempts to park it. When he pulls the T-Bird to a golf resort in the location and hands the keys over to a valet, the crew parks it right out front in the most popular location with the likes of Ferraris and Lamborghinis. With 78,000 miles on the remote control, the T-Bird required some work. But little by little, the concerns are being addressed.
Jasmin states his objective is to get the vehicle back to its original factory specs.
“This car is a survivor,” Jasmin told.