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International ThunderBird Club

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International Thunderbird Club
The International Thunderbird Club, the ONLY International Thunderbird Club in the world whose common goal is the preserve and enjoy all Thunderbirds with family fellowship, shows, tours, seminars, technical help, parts availability, meetings and a great bi-monthly magazine the “ITC Thunderbird Script”.

For 1955-05 Ford Thunderbird enthusiasts

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Hello fellow Thunderbirder!

Since you are reading this you must be like me and share an interest in Ford’s most iconic model, the Thunderbird! You may like the classic version from ’55 or bought a ’66 Flairbird brand new. Perhaps you grew up with an ’83 Aerobird in the garage or are enjoying the classic lines and late model comfort with a 2005 Retrobird. Personally, I am a “bookend” Thunderbirder with ’57 and ’03 Thunderbirds. It doesn’t matter what year you like (or even if you own one!) you are part of the Thunderbird family and are welcome here.

International Thunderbird Club

Bart and Vera in their 2003 Thunderbird

Please look around our site, cruise over to our Facebook page…there are ITC events happening all the time and we have members across the country and around the world. Thunderbird fever can happen anywhere or anytime!
The ITC is always there to answer any questions you have. So go ahead and reach out to any of us on the Club Info > Officers and Advisors menu item above.

I look forward to the time when we can meet and chat about your Thunderbird in person.

Gerard “Bart” Bartasavich

President – International Thunderbird Club

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International Thunderbird Club
PO Box 24041
Pepper Pike, OH 44124
(216) 375-2808

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International Thunderbird Club

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So this dude i know, makes cool things out of stuff. Im sure he would like to make cool stuff for your tbirds as well! Send him a message if you would like a unique display to showcase stats of your bird at shows or in your home! ... See MoreSee Less

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Brian Wilcher shared Erik van der Noll's post to the group: ITC (International Thunderbird Club). ... See MoreSee Less

1957 Ford ad

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Spent 8 hours trying to get a cross threaded lugnut off my car yesterday any tips?? ... See MoreSee Less

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#TailLightTuesday! ... See MoreSee Less

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY to International Thunderbird Club member and ITC chapter Buffalo Thunderbird Club President Todd B. Ruth from Eggertsville (Buffalo), NY.
Have a great day Todd!
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I found these recently, while going through some stuff I got with my 60 Bird. Didn't know I had the build sheets for my car.The old girl was built on July 27, 59. She's 2 months older than me. ... See MoreSee Less

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Some high performance T-Birds
Courtesy of the Ford Freaks Club of Finland.
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Sometimes my AC has the error code. Seems like it’s the blend door code. Already made an appointment at Ford dealer but dunno if they know about this antique. ... See MoreSee Less

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Anyone interested in a rare, official '77-'79 concept car photo from 1974? I don't know how this got out, but it did. I bought this years ago and have never displayed it the way it deserves. I have no idea what it's worth, either. ... See MoreSee Less

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International Thunderbird Club Facebook has gained 20 new members this week with a total of 4,357 members from around the world. Thank you for joining ITC Facebook. Feel free to post a picture of your T-Bird and state where you are from.
Elwood Eu,
Rich Steinberg,
Oran Benson,
Eric Allaire,
Arnold Heino,
Eric Gustafson,
Sam Fowler,
Gene Martini,
Vera Bartasavich,
Craig Preston,
Gabriella Solomon-Henry,
Josh Garringer,
Scott Schuster,
Dylan T Radwich,
Alex Edwards,
Murl Augustine,
Jan Wulff Møller,
Brandon Stevenson,
Joe Engert,
Anthony Briante
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In search of metal plate and 2 bolts that mounts sway bar to vehicle on a 1967 Thunderbird coup if anybody knows where I can find them. Thank you ... See MoreSee Less

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This year’s International Thunderbird Club Convention Awards Banquet will be held at the PROTOCOL Restaurant & Banquet Facility, Amherst, NY Saturday, August 11, 2018. www.protocolrestaurant.com ... See MoreSee Less

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My Coldstart 68 big block t bird ... See MoreSee Less

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I am trying to figure out 351 or 400 from engine stickers on 77-79 Thunderbird. I have 2 photos from thunderb 77-79 Can I recognize what is what from the stickers ? ... See MoreSee Less

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A video about the history of the Ford Thunderbird.
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Got some work done today. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hi T-Bird Community

Would anyone be interested in a high-quality Illustration of your individual T-Bird? ... such as the one on the picture?

No matter what year, model, color or special accessory like rims or other things ... you name it...you get it 😀

That one shows my own Bird, because I couldn't find a nice Illustration of a 61 anywhere...so I made it myself! I studied Design, so I've got the know-how.

For prices and further infos..

just send me a Message
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Not enough cheesecake on this page. Girl looks good too 😀
Looking forward to summer.
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Adrian Romero shared Goodwood Festival of Speed's Tom Kristensen's mighty Thunderbird carves through the pack to the group: ITC (International Thunderbird Club). ... See MoreSee Less

How incredible did Tom Kristensen look sideways in a lumbering Thunderbird? #GoodwoodRevival

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Test drive anyone? ... See MoreSee Less

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Isn’t this timeless??? Give our page a like for more! ... See MoreSee Less

Couldn’t have caught a more perfect picture!

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Cuba tags ... See MoreSee Less

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Selling/parting out. 1967 Landau. I would prefer to sell complete. It needs a lot attention. Rusty body. Some old shoddy work starting to appear. Poor body work. Used to be light blue and is now black. No idea if engine or transmission are good. PM only Please. The entire car is for sale for $1000. Has clear matching title. Not selling some interior parts at this time. I might keep all the black seats. ... See MoreSee Less

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Some Thunderbirds at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale ... See MoreSee Less

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I'm hoping to have the beige '62 done in time for Buffalo! Lots going on... ... See MoreSee Less

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From a warm weather Sunday .....which i have not seen in 4 months..Barry ..hi club members ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Sunday!
Photo by Everett Black
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I didn't take many thunderbird pics at Barrett Jackson but this was just to crazy to pass up. ... See MoreSee Less

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Small Town Ford Dealer in the late '60s ... See MoreSee Less

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Hello everyone! Here’s my ‘92 LX 5.0. ... See MoreSee Less

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TBird Transport! ... See MoreSee Less

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I hear the Thunder ... See MoreSee Less

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03♥from, Fayetteville, nc ... See MoreSee Less

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Do you have Fuzzy Dice in your T-Bird? ... See MoreSee Less

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61
$5,800 - Waverly, MN

Selling 61 convert. 4.6 fuel injected v8 4r70w overdrive trans. 4 wheel disc. Ect. Runs turn key. Needs finishing
$5800
Waverly mn
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Anyone have a discount coupon code for Concours parts??? Thanks in advance! ... See MoreSee Less

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Painting I did at a local business in Canton, MI., "The '50's Lube Cruise", 2009. Brush and airbrush acrylic on drywall. Each panel measures 4' x 4' and are located above a roll-up door. Unfortunately, the business burned down 2 years ago, taking the T-birds with it as well as several other murals I painted there. 🙁 ... See MoreSee Less

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Four more questions for early 55 owners or those that know the model well.
1) My tach needle is white. Could this be just age or were some early model produced with a white needle and not the red orange color.
2) My speedometer dome appears to be clear and I noticed that in the parts catalogue and on most 55s I have looked at in person are a blue/green clear color. Could it be original and maybe is it just faded. I dont like it white because too much light comes through it as I drive and so its harder to read the speedo needle.
3) What the good reasons not to upgrade from 6V to 12v? I know the benefits.
4) I am thinking of adding wind wings to my car for those of you own a 55 have any of you done this and if so how difficult is it to add this part. I figure very few people would realize that these were not introduced until 56. except at car shows. There appears to be part differences with an early 55 and later 55 windshield parts near the door area front body pillar vs a chome piece - not sure if this affects adding the wind wing assembly.
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International Thunderbird Club member Nic Farion from Ontario, Canada will be attending the ITC Convention, Buffalo, NY, in August with two of his four T-Birds. Nic is a regular at the All Ford Nationals, Carlisle, PA.
www.intl-thunderbirdclub.com/event/25th-annual-itc-convention-august-7-12-2018/?instance_id=25
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Question for 55 owners or those that know this model well: I have an early 55 (Dec 54) and the automatic shift lens (P/R/N/D_/LD) is not illuminated. Is it supposed to be illuminated? I noticed in parts catalog that there appears to be a part (shift lamp assembly) that illuminates the gear selection benzel. ... See MoreSee Less

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well post a picture of your t bird t bird saturday ... See MoreSee Less

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Couple shots of my 77, I know you see smoke coming out of the back of it I had it running and it's a bit damp and cold here ... See MoreSee Less

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Helping a friend sell his 61 T Bird two-door 390 non-running roller will consider a partial trade on 68 Oldsmobile interior and extra parts Possible full trade on body work done to 68 Oldsmobile location Fort Qu'Appelle Saskatchewan ... See MoreSee Less

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY to International Thunderbird Club and ITC chapter Eastern NC Thunderbird & Classic Car Club member Oran Benson from Pantego, NC.
Hope you have a great day Oren!
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hello, i am looking at purchasing a 1963.5 xl hardtop galaxie right now and wanted to know how i verify that the 390 engine block that i am told that is in the car is original to the car. Door tag states it came off the production line with a 390. i understand that its suppose to state FE 352 on the front of the block. And is there anthing else big for that I should be aware of when i take a look at the car this weekend at the first time to make sure it is factory correct that drops the market value of the car. Price is around 18k. I know old cars pretty well but not galaxies. ... See MoreSee Less

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Cam is finally broken in ... See MoreSee Less

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International Thunderbird Club's fun couple Robert and Randi Romano Ferenczi, from Staten Island, NY, will be attending the ITC Convention, Buffalo, NY with their custom '04 Retro-Bird. Their custom Retro-Bird was picked by Lee Holman, Jr., Holman & Moody,Inc., as Celebrity Choice Award at the All Ford Nationals last year. ITC is so excited to have Robert and Randi attend this year's convention. ... See MoreSee Less

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