I have that same spoiler on my car. I was the only one here in town since about sept of last year that had it on there. Then a guy I worked with bought a tbird and put the same wing on his car. Kinda made me mad at first but then I figure someone that does the same thing you do is not copying it just showes that I have good taste.
Wait.....I'm almost positive I remember that I read somewhere that in 1995, there were indeed, 4 Thunderbird SVT's produced by Ford. And if I remember right, 3 of them have been totalled in accidents, so if this is true, then one lucky SOB out there has the only SVT Bird. And the pic I seen looked nothing like that. I'll have to look for that again.....
There were 4 SVE Thunderbirds that were built. 3 were trashed in a crusher, 1 was given to a private collector whom I will not name. None were ever made available to the public and none even had a VIN.
This is my '95 SVT-Bird replica. Only 4 Birds like this one were made. All 4 came with supercharged SVT engines & were painted in this maroon color. Of those 4 SVT-Birds, I read that 3 of them were totaled in separate accidents. That leaves 1 original SVT-Bird on the streets of the U.S. & one beautiful replica in Miami. I can't lie & tell you that this Bird is an authentic SVT-Bird, it's got a long way to go B-4 I have the whole SVT package done to it.
You remembered what you saw correctly, but he thinks he has something that never existed. He is not a reliable source for info. A-Train has an actual letter from Ford. It's floating around here somewhere.
Mine is growing fruit plants / trees. Right now I've got 3 avocado trees, a fig tree, a mango tree, and some pomegranate seeds.
The avocado trees are 6mo, 3mo, and 2mo old. The fig tree is 4mo old, the mango is 1mo old. The pomegranate seeds were just put in last weekend, so they haven't...
Average speed across the country was over 98mph and they did it in 28:50:28. The old record, set in 2006, was 31 hours 4 minutes.
More on the record setting run here...
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