I just removed a bright red factory spoiler from my sons car (96 Cougar)...installed a NOS black one. I will be listing it for sale along with a few other items next week. Complete with harness and factory template. VG to EX condition.
May be an option for you...if you need a bright red one. (not sure of color code...E4??)
well i do have a cowl hood... iunno... in my mind i think it would look good. and that's all that matters! but i do wonder what you guys think honestly! i'm not gonna put a body kit on her but she will be lowered at some point in time.
I finally got my ‘97 out of winter storage yesterday, drove about 200 miles to use up last year’s gasoline, refilled with fresh premium, and washed the car at home this afternoon. During the course of today, I got compliments from three different guys in three different places, one of whom took...
I have started my gradual LED conversion. I am converting all the interior light bulbs to led bulbs first. (not messing with glove box, ash trey, instrument cluster etc, just main lights)
Next I want to convert my running/turn/brake lights to leds. There are many resistors sold on ebay to...
Hey guys, I've had great luck using the Sylvania Zevo led bulbs you can get at local auto parts stores for around $25.
It uses different leds for the low and the high so you get great contrast, just like factory. It also fires backwards into the reflector so you get a nice even light...
So I started to remove the left ext. Handle on my 97 tbird and I can't see or reach the clip on it. Looks like I have to remove the window and rear track. Is this correct?
If not how? Any help would be appreciated.
I put together a few diagrams to show everyone what all the Window Mouldings are called, and where they are found on the 89-97 Thunderbird..
This should save us all some time..
1997 Ford Thunderbird Windshield Moulding-F7SZ-6303144-AAA (Discontinued)
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