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Gasngo Offline
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#1
Hey there good morning and afternoon depending where you are. I have a 88 T Bird Turbo that needs a new home. Im being honest and dont want the mods or anyone else to be offended but this place will be the best source for my situation and will benefit someone Im sure of that.  Please give me a opportunity to discuss. Obviously low post account so I cant go rt to classifieds I assume. 

Brad
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88Slowbird Offline
Junior Member
#2
(02-12-2021, 05:28 PM)Gasngo Wrote: Hey there good morning and afternoon depending where you are. I have a 88 T Bird Turbo that needs a new home. Im being honest and dont want the mods or anyone else to be offended but this place will be the best source for my situation and will benefit someone Im sure of that.  Please give me a opportunity to discuss. Obviously low post account so I cant go rt to classifieds I assume. 

Brad

where are you located?
1988 Thunderbird TC:
  • 5 Speed (with hurst short throw shifter)
  • RR Cam (with Esslinger cam gear)
  • Ported E6 manifold
  • .60/.63 SVO Turbo
  • Stinger FMIC
  • Stinger 3" single exhaust & downpipe (Dynomax ultra-flo muffler)
  • Aeromotive Adjustable FPR
  • AEM Cone Filter in the fender
  • Hallman boost controller
  • Pimp V1.4 (not installed yet)
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Gasngo Offline
Junior Member
#3
Im in central Texas and thanks for the reply. I bought a car with the intent to remove the motor and trans and drop it into a 67 Mustang coupe. After soul searching and the fact the total undercarriage
is full pro touring and a currie 9 inch I just figured stick with V8. Anyways the kicker is I dont have a title and did not care at the time because I was going to pull the motor. Its pretty much complete, runs and drives. Actually it comes on strong when you hit the rt point. If somebody has room for a parts car or what ever it would be a good deal. I would like to get my $1500 back out of it. If anybody is interested. I see a post about a a roller project if this is in his budget it would be helpful.

Brad
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Gasngo Offline
Junior Member
#4
Im open to ideas if anybody has one. I could even assist in delivery if there any real interest. I need pics for the classified and wont have that until later this week.
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turbo80sdriver Offline
Administrator
#5
Bummer...no title.
'88 TC-Black T-5 with 79K stock 98.5% original, just w-i-d-e rims and tires, and some under hood powder-coating
'88 TC-Blue w/98K. Stocker w/t-5 ( the resurrection car) top gas mileage =31 mpg!
'88 TC-Grey w/99k. Auto, well optioned, 2nd owner car - getting more options
'87 TC-Blue w/123k t-5 parts car - less of a car now
'88 TC gray- body only so far- very very late factory build dated car, awaiting resurrection
'87 GN w/16.8K
"96 Bronco XLT w/351 (5.8l)
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Gasngo Offline
Junior Member
#6
Well reactivate this old thread. I went through the process of getting a bonded title so the car is titled. It actually runs pretty dang good. It not very pretty but its solid. I see a resto going in the forum and Ill say unless theres a big emotional connection this car would have been a great place to start. I know it not the classified section but I thought I would post about it.
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