For Christmas, my girlfriend got me the new "Hot Rod: Garage to Glory" computer game. As soon as I opened it, I noticed on the cover was a lime green car that looked a hell of a lot like a first-gen, MN12 T-Bird. Sure enough, in the game you can hot rod a 1992 Ford Thunderbird (V8 only). It's so cool building my car in the game (except for the extra cylinders) and putting it into sub-10 second territory. I'm not sure what's cooler, though: having a huge blower intake jutting from the hood, or being able to fix a Thunderbird transmission just by clicking a mouse.