North American Turbocoupe Organization

I bid you all farewell
dadsturbocoupe Offline
Sold the Bird today, to RockyRose. Thrilled to know it will live on in a loving home. Served me well for 250K miles, and I wish it and its new owner the best.

Thanks, Dad. You were in the passenger seat the whole time!

Keep em going, guys!

87 5-sp, black/red leather. Every option but sunroof.
91 Caprice wagon
66 Mustang convt w/5.0 AOD conversion, 4 wheel discs.
73 Mazda Rx2, 220 H.P ported 13B 74 Chev 1/2 ton p/u completely gone through (cause ya gotta have something to carry parts in!)
71 Datsun 510, race car/street car, father/son project.
2000 BMW 540iT. Beautiful car.
All living in my 40X72X12 shop. Sweet.

Pete D Offline
Sorry to see you go, Darryl. Good luck!
Pete Dunham


FLSTCI71 Offline
Senior Member
We hate to see anyone go. You should still hang around though. Who knows, you may run across another TC on here that you can't live without!
1987 Turbo Coupe - Son's car
1987 Super Coupe - Son's project car
1934 Ford - My project car

natmac3 Offline
Take good care Darryl...

Good to know you found a good home for the 'bird.

Maybe we'll see you again in the future.

Be good!

My Baby Bird Offline
Junior Member
Soon I shall know this feeling.
Gota sell the 88TC, moving out of the states.
Original Owner:
88TC Black/Raven 101K (5speed)
ALL Original Factory Stock, never been modified, always garaged.

Moving, need to sell, make me a reasonable offer and its on to owner number two!

See the car on and the website below. Thanks for looking.

rockyrose Offline
Thanks for selling me your '87. I admit that I originally bought it to pull the (beautiful, red leather) interior and swap it into my '88, but I fell in love with how you set this TC up. Just enough mods to make it fun but still practical as a DD. And EVERYTHING works and works well. I just love driving it around.
In fact, my plan was to put a 5.0 into my '88 (never could get it running right), but all that has changed now. I just love driving Darryl's set up and have decided to keep it - the '88 is now the parts car!
Thanks for the manuals and detailed notes on all you've done and where everything is condition wise. Oh, and thanks for installing a new steering rack so I could drive it home - what a ride!
BTW - if you guys notice in Darryl's signature line the Caprice Wagon, you should see it. Talk about a hot wagon, absolutely gorgeous ride! Darryl - maybe post some pics?!
1988 Black on sand 5-speed, project
DD:2014 VW Passat Wolfsburg

'The older I get, the better I was!' - unknown

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