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need a lot of hack job to make it fit.

it use different light bulbs for hi and low beam while your a 1 bulb for high and low.
 

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Kinda off the subject, but has anyone else seen the bolt on custom front ends that look like old 49 Fords & Mercury?

Thought they were awesome myself...

They used a 93 TBird, but works on 1988-1995.

Only like $3500 for the entire front end....

Cheap hot rod, and can have an awesome custom...

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www.easyrods.com


if you want projector headlights, get some for a 99-04 mustang and take out the insides, and get a donor set of headlights from another t-bird and make em work i guess
 

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More like Sleazy Rods Lol
 

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Sleazy rods....

No dissing....

I like Tbirds.....

Customs even better....

Even if its a bold bolt on front end....

95's just look like a glorified "Camaro"...no originality ....

No useful trunk either....lol

I used to haul furniture / building supplies in mine....

The T-Bird is just fun to drive....

What ever you think is ok w/ me...

But keep negative comments to yourself...

Looking for ideas, not put downs....

Thanks....

Chris
 

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I really don't care for them. Look decent, but not that great. The interior doesn't match the exterior. Maybe if you had the seats redone and could at least replace the console, it'd look closer. But I wouldn't just do the body work, and think it looks great. Plus, I really hate when people leave the old wheels on.

Easy Rods Video:
http://www.supermotors.org/getfile/263642//EasyRods.wmv

The only lights that are gonna fit your Thunderbird, are Thunderbird lights. Actually, 94-95 lights will fit from a Thunderbird, but I think 96-97 fit, maybe you have to do some work, maybe not. But there's still a little gap. Anything that you want other than stock, you're gonna have to do, or have someone else do custom. You're not gonna find anything like that manufactured, and if it is, still not cheap. I'd say if they made them, a set would cost over $300, since there aren't many aftermarket products. There are so many Mustang owners that buy crap that they make so much more from those.

Projector headlights:

That's from porkchop2oo2. He can give you some ideas, but it'd probably cost you a lot to get him to make some for you, if you would be lucky enough for him to make them for you.
http://forums.tccoa.com/showthread.php?t=72751
And ScottKornhaus:
 
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