If I remember, they were a 1/4 inch aluminum, a squared U shaped, with a couple of holes drilled and threaded for botton head allen bolts for the tabs on the pop can. It also had a coupe of spacers and allen head bolts to raise it 1.5 inches at the manifold.
I have a very basic 1997 Thunderbird. The volume button is sticking and I got it to work a couple years but I would like to replace it with an original Thunderbird radio. Please contact me if you have one for sale. I have this set for email notifications
Hi guys looking for a rust free shell to redo my 97 30th. Would consider a whole car if the price is right. My car was originally from Az but was driven in Il for at least a few winters before it was put in storage for 6 yrs. I'm having some rust issues on the rear shock mounts and the pass rear...
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