Ford Commercials: The '58 Ford Convertibles

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The '58 Ford Convertibles

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USA (circa 1958)

This is Inverness Club, last year the scene of golf's number one event, the National Open. And just a chip-shot away sit three National Open Champions from Ford, the only complete line of convertibles in America, featuring this newest first from Ford, the four-passenger Ford Thunderbird convertible.

Watch, the rear deck lid has opened up, the power controlled top rises, then it disappears out-of-sight into the exclusive hide-away compartment. The rear deck lid hides it completely, and you have one flowing line of pure Thunderbird beauty.

Here's a car that gives four people all the individual room and comfort of a much larger costlier car, plus glamour and dazzling performance that's all Thunderbird all the way.

There's never been any convertible, at any price anything like this new four passenger Ford Thunderbird convertible. Now, let's close in on America's all time favorite convertible, the Ford Sunliner.

It has the only convertible top in its field with double stitched main-seams attached to the roof supports so that it wont blow up in the wind. You just can't get more convertible for less money than the Ford Sunliner, America's lowest priced convertible. But say, what could be more convertible than the beautiful Ford Skyliner - the world's only retractable hard-top.

It's literally two fine cars in one, and you can have your choice at the touch of a button. Best of all, the Skyliner is priced lower than most medium priced soft-top convertibles. Pick your own kind of wide open fun, from Ford's three National Open Champions. See the only complete line of convertibles in America, from your Ford dealer.

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