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"And Not a Speck of Rust on Her!"

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One of only two Stainless Steel 1960 Ford Thunderbirds produced, seen at the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum in Hershey, Pennsylvania. If you're ever in that area, please don't miss this great destination! You can visit them online at www.aacamuseum.org/.

Ford first experimented with stainless steel car bodies in 1936, then this one in 1960 and a Lincoln Continental around 1967. None of these show cars ever made it into general production. Too bad, as I think they're neat!

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  1. **Roel** 41 months ago | reply

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  5. Alessandro Ciabini 41 months ago | reply

    Complimenti!

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  10. Maureclaire 41 months ago | reply

    Cool car ! NICE shot !!!

  11. enrique1959 - 41 months ago | reply

    Magnifica toma, saludos y que tengas buena semana

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  13. *Furball* 41 months ago | reply

    Totally wicked and great shot on your part!

  14. o-rusty-nail 41 months ago | reply

    Beautifull looking car

  15. TheTannykid 41 months ago | reply

    Seen in
    ***FLICKRPEDIA*** House of Knowledge

    And normally after a few years, they were rust buckets!!!

  16. dlholt 41 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing this interesting car.

  17. Max Perrini alias IK7TOE 40 months ago | reply

    WOW!!! This is splendid car.

  18. ilgunmkr - Thanks for 2,000,000+ Views 15 months ago | reply

    If you have ever worked with stainless steel, and know how rough it is on tooling and dies, you will understand why these were never mass produced.

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