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Yes. Revell has several plastic scale models available. THey're all over eBay.

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89-92 Thunderbird SC and atleast 90 and 91 Cougar XR7 - might be a 92 but not sure. I've got a built 92 SC model, and a 35th SC model still in the box. I've thought about getting another SC model and putting it together to look like my 'Bird but not sure. I'd also put a different engine in - make it look like a Lightning 5.4 or Mustang 302 was swapped in :D

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1990 Cougar XR-7 SC
1989 Thunderbird SC
1997 Thunderbird LX

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I just ordered the new-ray 97 bird off the newray website for a whopping 5.99!

Can't wait to get it so I can play with it like a 5 year old little kid!!!!

My diecast collection goes like this... from fastest to slowest...

1969 Ford Mustang with honkin' blower sticking out the hood and massave slicks

1993???? Ford GT-90

2004???? Ford GT-40 (can't stop staring at Eaton supercharger!)

1969 Ford Mustang Shelby Cobra GT500-KR

1997 Ford Thunderbird LX

Hmm... they are all Fords... Well I used to have a Dodge Viper RT-10 untill I droped it and it broke :(

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i will have to find that xr7 model , its just like my car! :D anyone know of any diecast kittys? i have around 70-80 diecast cars myself, need to make a display cabinet at home, bedroom is out of room for them:eek: all mine are fords too .
 
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