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Turquoise Ford Thunderbird - 11th Generation | Mt. Sinai, New York

Canvas Prints

© Sophie W. Smith

Joined October 2012

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Sizing Information

Small 7.7" x 12.0"
Medium 11.5" x 18.0"
Large 15.4" x 24.0"
X large 19.2" x 30.0"


  • Each print is individually stretched and constructed for your order
  • Epson pigment inks using Giclée inkjets to ensure a long life
  • UV protection provided by a clear lacquer
  • Cotton/poly blend Canson canvas for brighter whites and even stretching


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Artist's Description

Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Production November 2000—2005
Assembly Wixom, Michigan
Designer Jack Telnack (1997)
Body and chassis
Body style 2-door coupé
2-door convertible
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive layout
Platform Ford DEW98 platform
Engine 3.9 L AJ35 V8
Transmission 5-speed automatic
Wheelbase 107.2 in (2,723 mm)
Length 186.3 in (4,732 mm)
Width 72 in (1,829 mm)
Height 52.1 in (1,323 mm)

November 2000 saw a new Thunderbird launched, based on the Ford DEW platform. It was a personal luxury car in the same vein as the nameplate’s earlier iterations. Though it was initially well received by the automotive press, garnering accolades like the Motor Trend Car of the Year and a nomination for the North American Car of the Year in its first year of existence, many publications regarded the Thunderbird’s revival rather more frostily after a few years; it garnered a place on Car and Driver Magazine’s 2009 list of “The 10 Most Embarrassing Award Winners in Automotive History”.

When the Eleventh Generation Thunderbird was released, it followed a then-recent trend for nostalgic recreations of old-fashioned (or “retro”) styling (see Volkswagen New Beetle, Chrysler PT Cruiser, Plymouth/Chrysler Prowler, MINI Cooper), using design cues from the original Thunderbird. Available only as a convertible with a soft top and an optional removable hardtop, according to automotive writer Jerry Flint, the new Thunderbird “turned heads wherever it went.” Read more

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