This site is devoted to one of the most misunderstood cars of all time. The 1958 to 1960 Ford Thunderbirds, affectionately called Squarebirds by enthusiasts, were conceived as compact luxury cars with distinctive style. The Squarebird started a whole segment in the car market. The Riviera, the Monte Carlo and all the two door Lexus and Mercedes are all just imitators of the original Squarebird concept: compact design, unique styling, formal roof, full-length center console, bucket seats in front, contoured rear bench seat and two doors. This great design by George Walker has stood the test of time. Initially reviled as the cause of the death of the two-seat Thunderbird, the Squarebird is now considered a milestone car that is eagerly sought out by collectors.
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