he doesnt need that, the 94s only have one tube coming out of the EGR tube.
as for the EGR, make sure to replace the gasket before you put the new on one. I'm assuming you mean the small (green and red) vacuum lines are the ones that broke? yeah, they suck, go get some from a local autoparts store, they're cheap.
ok, you got your new (to you) thunderbird. things to do right away. flush all fluids, replace oil with fully synthetic, replace ATF (automatic tranmission fluid) with mercon 5, flush power steering (probably looks like chocolate soup), and flush coolant. you'll be happy you did these. brake fluid ought to be fine. (search posts or tech articles for how to's)
next, change your spark plugs. wire might need it, just inspect them to see if there are any bare parts on them. after that, clean your MAF (tech articles). use some carb cleaner to clean your throttle body (careful not to get it on paint).
seafoam is a good suggestion (do before you change your oil, then change oil shortly after, again search posts on how to)
if the car was sitting for awhile, then burn up all that gas, and put in a fuel injector cleaner
replace all filters, oil, air, and fuel, trans
if your really ambitious change your diff fluid (its easy) and put in some royal purple.
also, depending on the enviornment you live in, there may be a whole lot of leaves in your vents. you may want to remove the black trim by your hood and vacuum all that out. your a/c will thank you.
then when thats all done just degrease the engine and enjoy your new ride! it ought to run like a champ.