I suspected that is what you used. That's how I verified the 4 digit number on my "core support tag" was in fact the build date of the car.KewlBird said:That was actually from OASIS, which shows a lot of things including build date and in-service date.
Monte Carlos are FWD.AlpineBird said:I just dont understand, im sure that bringing back a two door rwd chassis car would be alot of unwanted work for Ford, but have they not been paying attention to Chevy's success with the monte carlo? I see tons of them out on the street with no signs of slowing down.
Well i can agree with you everywhere except for when you say that you could fit a family in there comfortably. Face it, the thunderbird was made for the driver and kinda for a front seat passenger. The backseat is pretty much useless. When i owned my car i couldnt stand riding shot gun in it and i dreaded riding in the backseat. And i only did that once or twice when i let my dad drive it. But i would put a bullet in my head if i had to be a passenger in that car everyday. It was horrible. Especially when riding shotgun, since everything faces the driver it almost felt like i was being left out lol. Not that it matters though, i always drove it and i always loved it. Boy i miss that car. I wish the damn owner would register i only gave him tons of Tccoa papers.Blue LS said:Not just a hot rod. But one you can take anywhere, that is why the MN12 would have been a huge success if they didnt drop it. You take the space and comfort inside, the cargo room, and a modded 4.6 or even a non-detuned SC and you have the perfect car for anyone. Fun to drive, handles great and lots of power, and if ya have a family they can fit inside in comfort. Unlike a Mustang.
I've found that whenever this occurs, the car gets jealous and starts to break.jk89cat said:um the back seats are good for something , tested myself !