- Fact: Air Conditioning was not available in the classic 2 seat first generation T-Birds.
- Question regarding factory air on 1958-1966 birds; I remember two center dash vents were there any outboard registers/vents? It's hard to tell in pictures.
- Fact: The best selling models of T-Birds were 1958 and the downsized 1977 Torino/LTD II platform T-Birds.
- Fact: due to a strike the 1957 2 seat classic bird actually was made almost into 1958 and the 4 seat redesigned bird came out later than normal for new car year releases back then.
- Fact: 1971 and 1972 T-Birds, the Opera Window was an option not standard.
- True or False/Factory A/C was standard in the Continental based T-Birds years 1971-1976 but optional for the 1977-1979 generation and the 1980-1986 models.
- What was your favorite model/year T-Bird?
For me, there's something in each generation of T-Bird that I liked. The 1990's era birds were nice looking but on the dreary side. I really liked the retro/classic last T-Bird generation. Other faves were the 1964-1966 and though many would disagree I really liked the 1967-1970 birds and this may sound sacrilegious but, I actually thought the 4 door was a looker. My cousin's family had a sweet looking and riding 1969 Aqua 4 door with the black vinyl top and black interior. She rode great but sadly was the epitome of a lemon for my cousin's family.
I hope that Ford will revive the T-Bird. I'd love to see a version based on the 1961-1963 and or 1964-1966 or even the 1967-1970 Town Landau T-Birds. I feel they would be a hit. If Mo par can revive the Charger and a Charger 4 Door then Ford could do well with a T-Bird revival. The last generation T-Bird was too pricey and impractical though I loved the looks. This is why it didn't do that hot sales wise.