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Old 04-10-2009, 02:34 PM
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Hey guys,
I found the correct paint colors for the 1978 Diamond Jubilee Edition Thunderbird, there were as follows: Diamond Blue Metallic, Ember Metallic, Pastel Beige and Polar White. Only 18,994 DJ's were produced, for a price around $10,600.
The 1970 Thunderbird Heritage came in Heritage Maroon and Heritage Baby Blue.
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Thanks... fond memories from my pre-Squarebird days.
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Heritage Edition sounds right now that you mention it. The look was the same, though, padded vinyl top, filled quarter windows, turbine wheels, etc. just in maroon instead of blue.

It was a neat car, but at the time we both preferred my Dad's '77 Cutlass (the T'bird was my friend's Mom's car) which was a Supreme, mandarin orange with tan (light buckskin) accents and interior. If I could pic one to have back now, it'd be hard, but I think I might go with the T'bird.
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