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Ford produced the Thunderbird from 1995 and into the early 2000s. Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, the T-bird had its ups as well as its downs.

Ford's personal luxury car didn't come back down to earth till 2005, when Ford clipped the wings of the 11th generation of this iconic automobile. In its many iterations, this classic American car combined sportiness with a bit of luxury and a touch of class.

T-Birds of a Feather

Over the year, T-Birds have included convertibles as well as coupes and sedans. Whatever kind of Thunderbird you own, you can get all the parts you need for it when you shop online at Mac's Auto Parts.

As the first antique auto parts company to go fully interactive online way back in 1998, we make it a cinch to find what you need on our easily searchable website. Our wide inventory ensures you can find what you want. Best of all, we offer great prices on parts as good or better than the originals. And we can ship them to you fast.

Big Selection, Small Prices

You'll discover everything you need here to keep your electrical system running right and your Thunderbird looking good. Our inventory includes hundreds of products for Thunderbirds made from 1955 through 1979.

We carry all the basics, like fuses and wire connector repair sleeves for Thunderbirds. Bulbs always burn out, so we stock a broad assortment of interior and exterior bulbs and lighting products for your car. From headlights to interior light bulbs to Thunderbird tail lights, we can light up your T-bird from bumper to bumper.

You'll also find all the latest electronics you want here to update your classic ride's performance to modern standards. These include engine control modules and turbine fuel flow sensors.

If you have questions about what's right for you and your ride or can't find what you're searching for, we're just a toll-free phone call or email away. Our product experts can help you find the best part for your project, and our tech reps can give you free, expert advice.