cars in their real colors
monitor color settings may be different than mine. What does this
mean? The colors may appear different on your monitor.
lighting affects the colors as you will see on many of the photos.
use this site to match a color paint.
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Note - Hardtops could be either porthole
or non-porthole. Non-Porthole had the new-for-1957, Thunderbird
There were also "primer" and "special" colors.
* After conversation
with Gil Baumgartner, CTCI concours chairman and authenticity guide auther,
who has been studying the various colors thru data plate & factory
invoice information. (Bet he would have loved to have had internet
info from the 50's that we have now for the new Thunderbirds)
Colors - 1957
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