Bird Nest Brothers Launch New Website that’s for the T-birds

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Brothers Matt, Fred and Griff Truax, owners of Bird Nest, which specializes in 1958-66 Thunderbirds, are proud to announce their business’ new website.

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We are thrilled to have this new site where Thunderbird enthusiasts can visit to learn about the comprehensive services we provide.

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“We are thrilled to have this new site where Thunderbird enthusiasts can visit to learn about the comprehensive services we provide,” said Matt. “They can search for parts for their T-bird, identify the year they own and peruse the cars we have for sale.”

Bird Nest has been in business for more than 40 years. It has an experienced crew that is extremely knowledgeable and can answer any question about these classic cars.

“We have thousands of used and NOS products available, most of which come from more than 500 donor Thunderbirds,” said Fred. “We pride ourselves on our high quality at the best prices and guarantee all of our parts, including used.”

Additionally, Bird Nest is renowned by classic Thunderbird owners for shipping parts all over the world. To order parts, or for a free catalog of new parts, please call Bird Nest toll-free at (800) 232-6378 for the U.S. and Canada, and (971) 233-9000 for local and international, or visit http://www.tbirdparts.com/about/#catalog to shop for Thunderbird parts or download the catalog.

About Bird Nest
Bird Nest is a business that specializes in 1958-66 Thunderbirds and has a ten-person crew. They have over 30,000 square feet of warehouse space full of new, used, rebuilt, and NOS parts and are located at 1091 Willamette Falls Drive, West Linn, OR 97068. For more information, visit their website at http://tbirdparts.com/.

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