That thunderbird was sweet, alot better than what it looks like now. That 56 chevy was killer too, the interior was sparse but looked cool. The Grand Master was unbelieveable, every thing on that car was shining, even the shocks and springs. I think they said it took that company 3 days to detail it.
Just my opinion but ford needs to drop the cammer and put the good old pushrods back in. I think if they are gonna go and bring back the Tbird at least make a pushrod 312, if you are going nastalgia go all the way. The new Tbird needs some better looking rims too. Top it off with some meaner looking head lights and wrapping, with a much larger shaker on the hood (ala 55, 56, 57 Tbirds) that works and it would be great. I am working on a concept drawing of what I think the next Tbird should look like I will post it when I am done.
He!! yeah the twin mills with two viper engines in it (2003 viper engines) that car was alot of fun to drive in the video game Hot Wheels for the Nintendo 64. Wicked fast but needs lots of room for its nose to get around the corners.
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...
There is a nice SC coming up for auction in Raleigh Dec 6th. I saw the car at the last auction in June, sat in it, etc. It's really in nice, original condition. https://inventory.raleighclassic.com/vehicles/51/1989-ford-thunderbird
Well, I have the opportunity to help convert a garage into a private arcade/man-cave because one of my friends has been collecting vintage arcade machines for a while and has run out of space. The challenge is that the garage has an unfinished ceiling and the apartment above the garage has...
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