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post #61 of 86 (permalink) Old 06-06-2013, 12:37 AM
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Well, After deciding to keep the T-Bird last week I have spent another $650 on a few more parts. I still need to have the cats installed which I'm assuming will be another $50 or so at the very least.

This makes my new total to $1,720 before installation of the cats.
I can now increase my total to $1,850 after adding another $130 for the installation of the cats.

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A little over $6,000 so far.

Half of that went toward fixing the collateral damage after the trans cooler let go and tore up the transmission. I couldn't do the work myself at the time, so it's a lot higher than it would be otherwise.

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700 - 92 Thunderbird Sport
32 - oil change
14 - fuel system cleaner
30 - tires mounted (got a set of used tires for free ^.^)
12 - headlight bulb
16 - trans treatment

$804 as of this moment not including gas, but transmission is giving issues and I need a lot of minor things

If I can do everything myself, I hope to keep the total to get it running and driving as I want it right now at about $1500. Gotta be cheap lol..
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Good luck, you will burn through that pretty quick. Welcome. Good to see another sport. Post some pics.

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Good luck, you will burn through that pretty quick. Welcome. Good to see another sport. Post some pics.

Yeah, that's what I'm afraid of lol.. Thanks! Not much how it sits, was coated with primer when I got it, but here is a pic.


Oh, and add another 50 bucks to my total on the car.. Got a good deal on a used air compressor and mirror switch from S4Gunn
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Here is my list..
  • Purchase price in 2008: $2800
  • Suspension Rebuild, totally new front end, bushings.. Everything new except the rear springs $500.00
  • Tires / Wheels (2 sets) $1000.00
  • Tuning products: $500.00
  • Car Audio $200.00
  • Mustang PBR brakes: $200.00
  • 3.73 Pumpkin, Trak-Lok rebuild: $400.00
  • STEEDA UDP: $150.00
  • Aluminum Spare: $25
  • Gentex Auto Dim Mirror: $50.00
  • 1990 SC/base Crystal Blue seats front/rear: $225.00
  • 1997 Cup Holder : $25.00
  • Single 2.5" Exhaust: $200.00
  • Crown Victoria 4R70W, Marauder Torque Converter, Install - $1800.00
  • RichardM Intake: $100.00 (painted)
  • DynoTech Driveshaft / Mark VIII shafts - $600.00 all together
  • Aeroforce Scan Gauge with Pod: $175.00
  • 2004 Mustang Cobra steering wheel with dye: $250.00
  • Griffin Aluminum Radiator / Hoses / Install / Thermostat : $600.00
  • 1000 little things: $200.00

Grand total: $10,000

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Well, I bought the car on 12/23/2013 for $1800
I spent another $230 on taxes, inspections, registration, and all the other sundry and miscellaneous fees the government charges you for the right of operating a motor vehicle in the state of Texas.
$40 on hood struts.
$15 on Windshield wipers
$125 on an alternator.
$5 on a tube of RTV silicone to waterproof my airbox.

Which means I've invested a grand total of $2215 in her as of right now. That is, of course, subject to change, as I have a list of minor glitches a mile long that need to be addressed to bring this car up to my standards, and there are always unexpected things, like the alternator and leaky airbox that can hit you out of the blue clear sky.

But as of this moment, she runs good, and she's paid for, so I am happy. Those two traits will cover over a multitude of automotive sins.
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$160 on an alternator brings me up to $2010.

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As it sits right now, I have:
The price of the car,
Stereo and speakers,
battery, turn signal arm, a/c switch, tires, remote,, stereo and speakers.

Some of what I ought wasn't necessary, just wanted.

The car has 28,501 actual miles on it when I bought it.

It really needed NOTHING except the a/c repair, and the turn signal repair.

I was looking for a Mustang when I found the t-Bird. The mustangs had 3 times the miles, and at least half again more money!!!!!!! I've got $8,200.00 in mine.

Seems everybody has a Mustang, but only the class acts have a T-Bird !!!!!!!!!!!!

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Seems everybody has a Mustang, but only the class acts have a T-Bird !!!!!!!!!!!!
The REALLY class acts have Cougars

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I just spent $120 on a new fuel pump, and hoses for the tank, and $80 to pay a friend to help me install it, so that was a $200 repair. A month or two ago I put $135 worth of brake parts on, plus $60 to the same friend to help, so if my math is right, that has me in this Bird for $2610, give or take a little.

Not counting gas or oil changes. Although I did manage to figure out the trick to getting the oil filter in myself, which is something I could never do with the 1995 I had in college, so I am getting to be a better MN12 mechanic!
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The REALLY class acts have Thunderbirds, Cougars, and Mark VIIIs.

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I have about $2800
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pfft all that is chump change. You're in a class of your own when your intake manifold costs $1,600+, driveshaft costs $1100+, and your sohc cams cost $1000+/pr
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pfft all that is chump change. You're in a class of your own when your intake manifold costs $1,600+, driveshaft costs $1100+, and your sohc cams cost $1000+/pr
Would that be the League of the criminally insane or the Legion of Doom? Probably the Legion of Doom ... Zod.

Is your special power the ability to stop time or to just drag it out ad nauseam?

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Is your special power the ability to stop time or to just drag it out ad nauseam?
Well I have not paid my yearly dues for some time to the A.S.V.A.A (American Super Villain Association of America), so for now I can only drag it out.
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pffft $1100 is nothing for a d-shaft. I have $1700 in my bronco d-shafts from high angle drivelines. Mine will run at a constant 42* angle and is guaranteed for life. Hell my tires are over $2k
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pffft $1100 is nothing for a d-shaft. I have $1700 in my bronco d-shafts from high angle drivelines. Mine will run at a constant 42* angle and is guaranteed for life. Hell my tires are over $2k
Meh, apples and oranges. We're talking about MN12's here ...

Mods? Yea, I got mods ...
Air silencer delete, warp drive, dilithium crystals, flux capacitor, Slingshot Rubber band power adder, Moonshine & Gas, Leaf Blower Supercharger, Hamster Wheel & Hamster, Energizer Bunny generating 1.21 gigawatts, Mr. Fusion® Home Energy Reactor, hover conversion and a sextant celestial navigation system (The original GPS)
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definitely not a bronco forum here that's for sure, lol. Show me your MN-12 driveshaft and I'll show you mine.
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I really didn't want to do this but I suppose it's time to think a little about it...

Purchase price: $0
A/C system rebuild: $400
J-mod: $85
Xcal2 and first tune: $260
GT MAF/box/tube: $100
PI intake/installation: $100
PI cams: $50
Trans cooler: $65
HID Projectors: $145
New brakes w/ PBRs: $250
Speakers, sub, amp, head unit: $300
17" Cobra R wheels: $700
Second tune: $100
Exhaust: $550
93 Mark VIII Driveshaft: $90
3.73 TL/pumpkin: $250
ScanGauge II: $100
Upgraded head unit and new sub: $250
GT Converter: $65
New paint, rust repair: $4000
SC/XR7 seats: $100
190 lph fuel pump: $130
Steeda UDPs: $65
10" Converter, Built 2004 trans, 3/8" cooler lines: $2000
FR500 wheel, cruise mod, headlight switch mod: $250
SCT PRP and LaSota manuals: $450
Tbirdbrain (RIP) ported manifolds: $280
Stage 2 heads/cams, misc swap parts: $3000

Adding in consumables like oil, suspension, tires, then other mickey-mouse stuff I've done which isn't up there... something well north of $15k.

I've been paying for maintenance etc. on the car since about 2008, so let's say I've owned it for 6 years now and put on about 60,000 miles... averaging out to about $200-$250/mo or 28 ˘/mi. Decidedly much less than new car payments AND the car is much more "mine" than a new car would be.

The Cougar had about $2500 in when I sold it, including purchase price and tires/suspension. I had it for about 3 1/2 years and some 45,000 miles, so that's an equivalent payment of about $60/mo or 5 1/2 ˘/mi.

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I really haven't spent that much... Although I'm on a budget and this isn't even close to everything just current mods.. (Not including maintenance)

Jmod - $100
PI intake - $100
Cams - free (gift)
Full Exhaust - $250
Underdrives - free (gift)
SCT Flip chip - $70
C&L plenum - $80
CAI - $40
GT MAF and mustang tube - $20
Aluminum carrier 3.73 and TL - $350
Mark 8 TC - $150?? (Can't remember)
Window tint - $100 (needs replacing..)
Lowering springs and install - $450
Speakers - $85
Head unit - free (gift)
Paint job - free (graduation gift ($1300))

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Adding in consumables like oil, suspension, tires, then other mickey-mouse stuff I've done which isn't up there... something well north of $15k.
I hear that.

I've had tire last one day. not even that long.
over heated -- oil change, Water change. all the same night.

I go threw $100.00 in fuel a night.

Now lets talk about body parts, suspension parts + a ton of sweat!!


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I'm going to try to add as I go on my next build. Which will be soon. Earls old bird is returning back to my possession hopefully within the month.

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Since having the other stuff put on from my last post in this thread, I'm probably somewhere north of $14k deep in this car. I figure I spent around $3000 for the head swap, and another $800 for the torque converter swap. $100 for the trans cooler after it was all said and done. Another $80 in poly sway bar bushings and new end links. Spent another $500 on tires and $300 on the new wheels.

I could have bought a Mustang Cobra for this price....oh well. I never look at my Tbird with the thought of it being an investment.

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Hmmm, lots happens in a year, I guess.

Nothing new aside from $1000 in new seat upholstery for the bird since last year, so bring that total to 16k over 7 years or so, meaning about $190/mo.

The Mark VIII... it's an investment a money pit, lol.

Purchase price: $2000
Misc. items (bulbs, pulleys, seals): $150
J-mod, fluid change: $100
Radio upgrade: $100
Suspension work: $250
New engine/install: $1700
Winter tires/rims: $500
Fuel pump: $100
Brakes, bearings: $150

So about 5 grand in on that thing now. I've had it for 14 months and have put 30,000 miles on it in that time though, so that works out to about $350/mo. or 17˘/mi. It needs new summer tires and some rust repair, so that'll probably come out to close to $2k... but I honestly don't think anything else (major) will need to be done to it for another 5 years or more. So in theory, by this time next year my "monthly payment" will be down to about $250... and will continue to drop... hopefully to under $100/mo. by the time I have to give the car up.

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