BUFFALO THUNDERBIRD CLUB
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Other Clubs and Online Organizations
Squarebirds.org - One of the best sites on the web for information about your Thunderbird and other Ford automobiles. Question and Answer Forums, Online Technical Resource Library, links to part suppliers and a great bunch of TBird enthusiasts from around the world.  It's all here!
 
John Rotella's Thunderbird Registry - This is a registry of all known vintage Thunderbirds, most with photos. Lots of manufacturing statistics and other great information. Trying to trace the history of your 'Bird?  Start here! There are over 35,000 registered.  Is yours registered?
 
Vintage Thunderbird Club International (VTCI)   - A non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration, preservation and enjoyment of 1955 through current Ford Thunderbirds. 
 
Classic Thunderbird Club International (CTCI)  - Dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the 1955, 1956 and 1957 Ford Thunderbird.
 
International Thunderbird Club (ITC)  - For 1955-2005 Ford Thunderbird Enthusiasts
 
Parts Suppliers
MACS's Antique Auto Parts  - Your One Stop Source for Quality Parts & Accessories for 1909 through 1970's Ford and Mercury vehicles.  Located in Lockport, NY.
 
Larry's is another good source for parts (reasonable prices, too): http://www.larrystbird.com/

 
Automotive Touchup for matching original paints: http://www.automotivetouchup.com/touch-up-paint/ford/ 
 
FUN and INFORMATIVE Links
Here's a link to a website that contains 100's of images of vintage and classic automobile brochures.  Take a Look! 
 
Came across  Jim Wulf's Tbird Website recently. It has a wealth of information about 1961-1966 Thunderbirds and really worth a look! His "links" page is one of the most complete that you will find, and covers Thunderbirds of all generations.

Here is a very interesting and informative website that covers the classic 1955, ‘56 and ‘57 Thunderbirds as well as any site I’ve seen. Super examples in full color of the exterior and interior colors and options available, including mid-year editions.  It’s the Port Hole Authority! Here’s the link— http://www.portholeauthority.com/thunderbirdETC/tbird/colors55.html