Monterey Mist Green w/Ash interior, 3.8L V8, 5-speed automatic transmission.
For the 2004 model year, Ford introduced the Thunderbird ‘Pacific Coast Roadster.’ Like the 2002 Neiman-Marcus and the 2003 ‘007 James Bond’ special edition Thunderbird before it, the ‘Pacific Coast Roadster’ was a limited-edition feature car. While the Neiman-Marcus was limited to just 200 cars, and the ‘007 James Bond’ a run of 700 cars, the ‘Pacific Coast Roadster’ had a run of 1,000 vehicles.
The Pacific Coast Roadster featured an exterior painted ‘Monterey Mist Green, a contrasting hardtop in ‘Ash Metallic’, and a Light Ash convertible soft top. The interior blended a combination of ‘Light Ash’ and ‘Dark Ash’ seats, with seating surfaces in a unique cloth material called ‘Preferred Suede.’ This was the first and only time a cloth type material was used in seats for the 2002-2005 Thunderbird, and contrary to its official name, it was not a suede leather, but a specially-designed cloth. The dash and door panel trim for this special edition Thunderbird was a unique ‘dot’ pattern, exclusive to the Pacific Coast Roadster.
The 2004 Pacific Coast Roadster included a number of other special design touches including 16-spoke micro-machined alloy wheels, color coordinated accents on the shifter knob and steering wheel insert, and a commemorative numbered plaque inside the glove box.
This pristine example has been in collector hands since new and has only been driven 456 miles! It has been well cared for since. New Michelin radials were installed only last year.