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looks nice, very much the boulevard bruiser the current T-bird isnt. now all it needs is a big displacement engine and RWD, then we'll be set
 

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Originally posted by bakerna@May 5 2004, 02:31 PM
looks nice, very much the boulevard bruiser the current T-bird isnt. now all it needs is a big displacement engine and RWD, then we'll be set
isn't the current (well discontinued) T-bird rwd? it deserved to flop if it was fwd!
 

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To my knowledge, the Thunderbird IS and has ALWAYS been Rear wheel drive.

(And the back window is modified from a 911. good eye.)
 

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nice chop, but it looks hidious(its the cars fault not yours), arent they gonna dicontinue it in 2005 or sumtin,? i heard they were gonna stop making them from motor trend.
 

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Originally posted by BBcamaroSS@May 5 2004, 06:58 PM
nice chop, but it looks hidious(its the cars fault not yours), arent they gonna dicontinue it in 2005 or sumtin,? i heard they were gonna stop making them from motor trend.
Yes, they are ending production of the T-Bird after the 2004 MY.
 

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I dunno, this is a cool interpretation of the 90's birds, give it a s/c 4.6 and that baby would fly, but if you ever wanted a touring coupe like in the 70's bird you could always just use the caddi sixteen concept since I think the orriginal cars were about that long! :D Then Ford could toss in that V10 of theirs and compete with uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, well nobody but it'd be cool anyways.
 

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Ouch, not one of your best. Terrible Grill, the car just looks heavy or chunky, the headlamps look like they have water filling up in the lower half, 90s style Pontiac cladding,
It would make a pimp proud to have one!
 
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