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Old 02-03-2010, 08:26 PM
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You don't get any warranty when someone works on your Tbird?? I do!! When Rose was in the shop the last time, some 5 months ago, a mechanic forgot to wire up the overhead dome light when he was doing my re-wiring. So yesterday, he hooked up the wire and it still would not work! That left him scratching his head until he checked the fuse on the back of the light switch and found the fuse was blown. Now he is wiring in my map/courtesy light for me, under the radio.

They also knew when I left the shop that the transmission was not working the way they wanted it to. (They had rebuilt it) There is a kickdown problem, and when it shifts into gear, it kicks you in the butt. So they knew that they needed to fix that when I got Rose out of the interior shop. So she is out and they are fixing the things they need to fix, at their expense.

As soon as they get these things fixed, and a replacement exhaust manifold put on, (it's on it's way!) we will start the disc brake and dual mc/dual power booster conversion. Then she goes to the paint shop. Then she goes on display! I am supposed to have her at a mid April S&S here, but I don't think she will make it. The plan after that is to have her at the VTCI Regional and Dallas-Ft. Worth in mid June.
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Old 06-12-2010, 10:44 AM
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Default 1961/63 expansion chamber

I have a Expansion chamber for a 1961+ Thunder Bird, I am running on my 60' with the 352.

I am looking for the 1 from a 58-60 because even though it fits the engine the hose size is different and fitting the radiator hose is not easy,

I drive my Bird every day so I need something I can bolt in fill and drive. The one you will be getting in return is being used right now in my Bird so I know it does not leak.
Click on my Home page to see the one I have.

Please PM me with your email and or number
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Default need a windshield for a 63 coupe

I need a windshield for a 63 coupe thunderbird. Would appreciate any help getting one.

thanks.
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Old 05-05-2012, 04:30 AM
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Anybody with an engine and transmission for a 63 bird in the stillwater OK. area? I have acquired a parts car that is too good to be a parts car. I am putting it back on the road, all it needs is an engine and transmission.
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Old 05-25-2012, 11:55 AM
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Default Rear bumper 1958-1960

i have decent rear bumper, complete . also have a good Cruisematic from my 1960 T-Bird, for the 352(will bolt to a 430). Trans was rebuilt 3 years ago, works fine. I went toa 3-speed stick. also have a steering gear box, rebulit idler arm and everything for a 1960 power steering set-up. I converted to a Taurus rack and pinion steering set-up. call me at 712-733-8809 or email.
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