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post #91 of 129 (permalink) Old 05-19-2011, 04:06 PM
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Raptor22 has one from 88 so unless someone has one from earlier than that..or do you mean like from 55 LOL.

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Yea, he says that because he has like a '73 model but NativeD has him beat with a '67.

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Raptor22 has one from 88 so unless someone has one from earlier than that..or do you mean like from 55 LOL.
yep, non mn12.

I want to see how many others on here have them.

I'll start a thread.
here it is for those that are interested. http://forums.tccoa.com/showthread.p...59#post1374359

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Yea, he says that because he has like a '73 model but NativeD has him beat with a '67.
I thought Roger had a 63?

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It probably is a '63. I was just guessing. I knew it was a 60-something.

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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yep, non mn12.

I want to see how many others on here have them.

I'll start a thread.
here it is for those that are interested. http://forums.tccoa.com/showthread.p...59#post1374359



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It probably is a '63. I was just guessing. I knew it was a 60-something.
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Yea, he says that because he has like a '73 model but NativeD has him beat with a '67.
My dad has a '63 hes been restoring since 1988...





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Restoring since 1988? That's a shame when that happens...
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Restoring since 1988? That's a shame when that happens...

Sounds like most restorations ... lack of money, lack of time to work on the project, lack of motivation to finish what ya start.

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)
Best 1/4: 1,320 nanoseconds @ 670,616,629.2 miles per hour

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mom purchased this, check the invoice for purchase date...


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May I ask how old your mom was when she made the purchase?

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May I ask how old your mom was when she made the purchase?
prolly early 20's id have to do the math and dont wanna. lol

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Lol its a nice ride btw, I seen the pictures in the other thread, and you have a nice bird as well

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Restoring since 1988? That's a shame when that happens...
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Sounds like most restorations ... lack of money, lack of time to work on the project, lack of motivation to finish what ya start.
Unfortunately. Trunk Monkey has it spot on. He bought it, had the engine rebuilt, transmission rebuilt, and power steering box rebuilt, then he got married and he hasnt had time or money since. That was 1991.

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and why trade-in a 65 in one year later and then keep a 66 for half a life time?

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My dad has a '63 hes been restoring since 1988...


Only just caught up on this - Wow what a dream job that would be, getting that out, and finishing it off! Lovely car!

I hope it hasn't caught anything nasty off of that Toyota(?) next to it...

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and why trade-in a 65 in one year later and then keep a 66 for half a life time?
65 hardtop vs 66 convertible

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Only just caught up on this - Wow what a dream job that would be, getting that out, and finishing it off! Lovely car!

I hope it hasn't caught anything nasty off of that Toyota(?) next to it...
Thanks! I'll let him know you think so.

As far as catching something nasty from the Datsun (its a 280Z), im not sure. The Datsun was my dads daily driver that he bought shortly after he got the '63 because it was fun to drive, and got better mileage than his F-150. It was stolen and crashed in '93 and my dad just parked it after he got it back. It still runs, but the electricals are are all screwed up because a rat got in and chewed up most of the wiring. I dont know if the rats migrated to the Thunderbird or not, but most of the electrical equipment still works. (power windows, am/fm radio)

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First car when I was 14 1/2 is the car i still have today...my 95 LX 4.6l. So that's 13 years. It was the summer of 98! We bought the car from a family friend $4000.00 cash and I did allot of lawn mowing to save up half that and paid my dad back the other $2000.00 the following year. Some of the best and worst experiences of my life happened in that car. She's a part of me. I have had allot of other cars/trucks since and even sold the old girl and bought her back twice. That one is going with me to the grave.

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First car when I was 14 1/2 is the car i still have today...my 95 LX 4.6l. So that's 13 years. It was the summer of 98! We bought the car from a family friend $4000.00 cash and I did allot of lawn mowing to save up half that and paid my dad back the other $2000.00 the following year. Some of the best and worst experiences of my life happened in that car. She's a part of me. I have had allot of other cars/trucks since and even sold the old girl and bought her back twice. That one is going with me to the grave.
I think a lot of people think about their Tbirds like that. I know a lot of people who would never get rid of theirs, and say the same thing; it's become a part of them. I figured I could have bought a new car easy for what I've put into this car but it wouldn't be the same and really for driving a car for 13 years the cost is about the same.

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13 yrs

Ive had my bird 13yrs today
how many others have had there mn12 over 10 yrs?

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Had mine since july sweat runner, Ac pump blew first week in leaving me with the belt on the ground. fixed it with new dead idler pulley replacement. now my high beam constant on. Drinks every dollar i put in it like a boss. Still love it. also tops out with the rev limiter at 156 km/h. hitting the rev limiter hard. Can feel it stills want to go, if it wasn't for the limiter. Also both window motors plastic balls worn out so have to smoke with closed windows, leaving me with a nice smell of old dush bag.

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Well my mom bought her 93 in 95 and my nephew has it. I've had my 96 Cougar since June but the guy I bought it from bought it new. So technically not what you ask but wanted to share.

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TM has had his bird since it was born 5 years with my 96 .
Yup.

Bought it brand new in Sept. '94. So, I've owned it 16 years and 8 months.

It had 56 miles on it when I took delivery because it was driven down from another dealership to the one I purchased it from.

I've put a quarter million miles on it since then.
... As of October 2012 ...

18 years and 1 month.

And still at about a quarter million miles; I don't drive it much anymore.

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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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Hmm

I am the original owner of my Cougar XR7. I put the 2nd Mile on the car during the test drive when I pulled it off the showroom floor in April 1996.

The First Track run was actually made in June of 1996 with slightly less than 500 Miles on it. Its the 4th Cougar I've owned in my lifetime since owning the first which was a 69 XR7 in the late 70's.

It was a nice change from the mid/late 80's Fox Mustangs, Crown Vic Wagons, & Crown Vic I owned just prior to the MN12.

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My dad bought the 97 in 2005, so a bit over 7 years now at this point, but I've been driving it since later in 2006, so... about 6 years.

We previously owned an 86, a 90 and a 93 which were in the family for at least 3 or 4 years.... hard to remember exactly since it's been a little while now.

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We've had a 3.8 litre, Thunderbird, with less than 20K original miles that was purchased new by my Grandmother who had passed away in May. The car had been inherited by a cousin of mine sinse then. With that, the car had been in the family a little over 22 years.

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