Ok, I've been doing some driving, and whenever I drive I tend to think.
The term "GT" is, in reality, short for "Grand Touring". It has of late been transposed into something meaning "high performance". Also, the term "GT" isn't the express property of Mustangs. Other companies make GT's, Toyota Celica GT, Pontiac Grand Prix GT,
Now, knowing that, what car would you rather have a "grand tour" in? A quick, comfortable Thunderbird or a quick, cramped Mustang?
I prefer to make a Thunderbird GT.
1997 Thunderbird Sport
destined to remain stock
1997 T-Bird GT 4.6
80 MM Mustang GT MAF - P&P'd Mustang GT TB and Intake Plenum - PI Intake manifold - PI Heads
Mark VIII Torque Converter - J-Modded 4R70W transmission - Mark VIII Aluminum Driveshaft - 3.73 gears
PBR Brake Calipers - Eibach Springs - KYB Shocks
'89 SuperCoupe front and rear sway bars
SCT Chip programmed by Lonnie Doll
255/50/16 Falken Ziex ZE-512's
True Dual exhaust with Magnaflow DI/DO muffler
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