Kingston and Odessa Winget with their 1959 Thunderbird in the early 1960s in
have found the Thunderbird Registry...the world's largest free source of
information about The World's Most Wanted Car.
Choose Browse the Registry>Rosters to see all of the ways you
can sort and view the Thunderbirds which are presently in the database. The
Mission Statement ↑ and the
F.A.Q.s will explain what the Thunderbird Registry is all
about. You are welcome to copy or share any information; if you do so please
give credit to the Thunderbird Registry.
Do you have a Thunderbird club affiliation?
The Classic Thunderbird Club of South Florida is the first club to be part
of the Registry's new identification field. Each car can be tied to one
club. For instance, either the parent organization (like the CTCI) or a
local affiliate (like the South Florida club). Note this when you register
or update your car's information.
The 31st annual all-Thunderbird show will be held at West Herr Ford in
Williamsville (Buffalo), New York on Sunday, August 7, 2016. Download and
print the show flyer. ← ←
brake light recall letter to owners. This interesting piece of
Thunderbird history was contibuted by Donna Lee who owns RN 652. (added July
It performs like a T-Bird! There is no higher praise for any car than to
suggest that it performs like a Thunderbird.
NEW 12/15/2015 count of cars in Registry broken down by year, body
Looking for used Thunderbird parts? Check with Gary Leavitt.
Create a quick link to a car?
Copy and paste this:
Just substitute the Registry Number you want to see for the "12345". Also
see the search page.
Registry flyer to
print/mail or distribute. (pdf)
Thunderbird Registry Terms of Service