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On this day: 05-24-1991

“Thelma and Louise” features a 1966 Ford Thunderbird

The critically acclaimed road movie “Thelma and Louise” debuts in theaters, stunning audiences with a climactic scene in which its two heroines drive off a cliff into the Grand Canyon, in a vintage 1966 green Ford Thunderbird convertible. The iconic Thunderbird, first produced in 1955, was Ford´s attempt to create a sports car that would also provide an element of luxury. From the beginning, T-Birds became highly collectible cars, and new and limited edition models were introduced each year to keep up with the growing competition. 1966 was in fact the final year in which Ford manufactured T-Bird convertibles; sales were slow, and their marketing department decided the line´s luxury image was intact without the drop-top model.

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Yearmakemodel0-601/4 mileComment
2012BentleyContinental GT4.20012.800Car & Driver
2012BentleyContinental Flying Spur Speed4.70013.200Car & Driver
2011BentleyMulsanne5.00013.300Car & Driver
2011BentleyMulsanne4.90013.400Car & Driver
2010BentleyContinental GTC Speed4.30012.800Car & Driver
2010BentleyContinental Supersports (6 spd. A w/M)3.60012.000Car & Driver
2010BentleyContinental Flying Spur Speed4.30012.900Road & Track
2010BentleyContinental Flying Spur Speed4.30012.900Car & Driver
2010BentleyContinental Supersports3.60011.900Road & Track
Yearmakemodel0-601/4 mileComment
2010BentleyContinental Supersports3.90012.300motorweek.org
2009BentleyBrooklands5.60013.900motorweek.org
2008BentleyContinental GT Speed4.00012.500Road & Track
2007BentleyContinental GT4.30012.900Road & Track
2006BentleyContinental Flying Spur (twin-turbo W-12)4.60013.100(R&T Aug. '05)
2006BentleyContinental Flying Spur4.6000.000motorweek.org
2002BentleyArnage T5.40013.800motorweek.org
2000BentleyArnage8.70016.500motorweek.org