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Ford body moulding kit for 88 t-bird

Does anyne have any info on the eurothane body kit for the 86-88 Thunderbird? It carries the following Ford part number E6ZM-17B36-A627.
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Does anyne have any info on the eurothane body kit for the 86-88 Thunderbird? It carries the following Ford part number E6ZM-17B36-A627.
What do you want to know? Earl is the Ford parts guy here.

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I'm curious myself...I can look it up tomorrow and see if there is a drawing or something in the catalog...

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Ford body kit

I was wondering if the kit had a chin spoiler. I have a set of moldings that run between the wheels and that fit behind the rear tires. I never knew that Ford sold an OEM kit for the Thuderbird/Cougar. I would like to sell the kit since I don't have a car that they would fit so it would be nice to know if there is something missing or if this is the entire kit. It is a nice looking set; it reminds me of the original Saleen kits for the Mustangs. I tried to seach using the part number but came up with nothing. Thanks
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I would love some pics of what you got. A friend of mine has a 88tc and would buy it. He's been looking for one.

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I cannot find anything based on that number...the basic part number, the number in the center, looks wrong, it looks too short...

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I will try to pull the numbers from the other components to see if there is a difference other than the last part which designates "right" or "Left".

R1dd1cK - I have one poor quality photo of the set, but I can take some better shots this weekend. I need your E-mail.

I have never seen another body kit like it. I really didn't know that Ford made an OEM kit. I double checked the PN from the rear spat and it is: E6ZM-17B36-A627-Right. The only letter that is not clear is the "B".

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Well, that's definately a 1986 ford part number, I just can't find anything on that basic number, the catalogs all go back to around 1980 or so, it's not like it's so old it is totally out of the system, post a photo of it. When you said "eurothane" did you actually mean "urethane"?? Whatever it is, the only referance on the internet that I can find, via google, is this thread, so it's definatley one of those things that will be pretty much impossible to track down.

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Earl - yes I meant to spell urethane, I didn't check the spelling, sorry. I'm a bit surprised that you didn't find this number in the system. Each part has the PN and the Ford logo cast into the back side of each part.
I was also unable to find anything on these parts during my searches. Then again I have never seen many T-birds with body kits and never another one with this OEM kit. I can send you a pic of the kis if interested. They look very similar to the Saleen parts from 1986 that were made for the Mustang/Capri.
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So you got a price figured yet?

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Can you email some pix to me at [email protected]

Im very interested in seeing them.
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