|Ford T-Bird History
Considered a classic at the time of its introduction, the Ford Thunderbird was debuted at the Detroit Auto Show in 1954. The popularity of the sleek two-seater was welcome news for the Ford Motor Company. Ford took a calculated risk with its decision to develop a car that could compete with the Corvette, released by Chevrolet in 1953, and it soon became clear that Ford’s research was about... (Read More)
Our MAC’s Ford Thunderbird parts catalog has all the parts you need for the restoration, maintenance, or finishing touches for your Ford T-Bird. Our fully illustrated 1955-1966 Ford Thunderbird catalog lists 6,601 items including classic Ford Thunderbird engine parts for your 292, 312, 352, 390, 428, 430 V8, brake parts, suspension and steering parts, as well as a variety of hard to find emblems and mouldings for your vintage Ford Thunderbird.
MAC’s has you covered inside with a selection of Thunderbird seat covers, door trim panels, armrests, headliners, sun visors, and carpets, and out with a variety of sheet metal including classic Thunderbird patch panels.
Let MAC’s help you restore your Little Bird, Big Bird, Squarebird, Bullet Bird, Flair Bird, Jet Bird, Convertible, Hardtop, Landau, Sports Roadster, and Town Landau or Town Hardtop. We carry Thunderbird parts for 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, and 1966 Ford Thunderbirds.