Yep I remember that too with my 66 comet .1967, ayep. Used to own one.
You going to do anything to replace that POC front end design?
There are a few Rack & Pinion conversions, much better if you're going power than the "Oh, look, he turned the wheel. Durr durr durr. Wait - he turned it more. Maybe a bit more and - Oh, good, let's valve ALL the PS fluid into the boosterWHUMP!" design it came from the factory with.
Hated the "I saw a MacPherson strut, let's drink enough booze and see what we can do that's nothing like it but with all the problems!" front end design. But eh.
There ARE coilover kits for it, also. This will help tremendously.
Don't forget the shock tower brace - these NEED that!
Still wish I had mine some days. 500+ RWHP, and a consistent 13MPG :diablo:
Oh, THAT was fun.No I had the " I'm out of alignment ( pothole) oh wait never mind its ok now" front end. I wish I had the funds back then to do a flaming river mustang II swap.
If it fit, it was from a 1968. Only real difference was the vents - THOSE can be fixed.well no stang the guy failed to mention that the front frame rails where rotten and the passenger side rear quarter panel was from the wrong year if anyone would like to take it on let me know ill give you his number
the body only has another year or 2 before it will be gone completely but when that happens Im going to fly to the the desert find a 96-97 rust free bird drive it back to ohio and swap my goodies my 91 is far far farrrr from a show car and the way i see it, it would be cheaper or at lest more fun to go buy a good body then to try and save the one I haveThat's a good excuse for you to keep your Thunderbird..
What kind of shape is your Thunderbird in anyways?