Wow! That car is beat up and the piping looks tiny!
My last parts car was the only LX I have ever seen with the cell phone option.Earl said:The 94-95 T-bird has cutouts in the front bumper for cornering lights, so maybe it was gonna be an option
The 94-95 T-Bird and ? Cougar? had an insanely expensive cellular phone option that was voice activated, which nobody purchased.
The SC was quite possibly available through 97
Up to 93 in Mexico for the Super Charged XR7, and possibly 96 for the TBird, also in Mexico. Chizep mentioned it a while ago (he frequents gtbird, don't know about here), but there was never any proof on it.Earl said:The SC was quite possibly available through 97
So did you grab it for your car?JustinH said:My last parts car was the only LX I have ever seen with the cell phone option.
You should see the extra wiring that goes into the cell phone device, its pretty crazy how complex it was.
Most Cell phones of the 90's were Analog phones. It is cost prohibitive to ue Analog on a regular basis now, not to mention inconvenient, with poor sound quality. Plus the fact that you could only use it IN your car. (not portable)timb said:So did you grab it for your car?
According to one of the Today's Technician textbooks, Thunderbird SC was the first domestic production vehicle to receive a supercharger.lightevergreenfrost said:I thought this would be something interesting. We all love our cars and know a lot about them, but there is always those little things that many of us don't know, like Ford spent 700 hours in the wind tunnel for the MN-12. So if you know any others list them.