My Bird doesn't have too much pollen on it, but while she was in the shop, a friend jumped my Freestyle with the dying transmission (what is it with me and transmissions this year?!) So I could get places. That poor car is coated with pollen. It was at the part of the driveway right next to the cedar tree. Even the heavy rain didn't help much. Should have washed them both yesterday!
My oldest son and I went for a Sunday cruise with a local car club. It was a good test after the transmission guy tweaked the T-Bird's wiring. I got her back Friday and have been doing a lot of extra driving. So far, so good!
I saw a pre-94 T-Bird when I was driving home from work (besides the MN12 I see parked when I come that way) and then a pre-83 Bird when I was walking with my kids this afternoon. Can't miss those 😳 I guess there are people who like them...
Big T-Bird spring day, but not as cool as getting to park next to your car's twin!
T-Bird SPOTTING day. Autocorrect wants it to be a spring day, which I guess it is...
Hansen in Mt. Pleasant, TX.
Spent many weeks deciding who to repaint. Had a 96 Tbird Sport for 8 years, detailed it weekly, and this paint job is as good as, if not better, than factory. No body work done, replaced front windshield, headlights, molding, and they put new seam a seal in a lot of places. The owner grew up in a body shop and his first new car was a 95 tbird with v6 that his parents bought for him as a teenager after he recovered from a serious accident that was not his fault. That was a big factor as he had repainted that tbird with gold metal flake. I kept it stock E9 laser red.
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