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Posted By: Jack Dodds
Posted On: Tuesday November 17, 2020 at 1:31 PM
 
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How the heck can this happen? Someone had to pay Ford for it so
to allow it to just languish there all those years makes no economic sense.

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A 1976 Thunderbird found with just 14 miles on it, by Dick Johnson #51217
How the heck can this happen? Someone had to pay Ford for it so by Jack Dodds #51217.1
how bizarre... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #51217.1.1
They were big boats, had a '75 20th anniversary copper edition. (EOM) by Brian Cox #51217.2
Yes they were big. Weren't they basically the same as a Continental Mark series ? (EOM) by Steve Jakubczak #51217.2.1
Rumor has it that the T-Bird was a Continental minus the lock washers? (EOM) by Don Anderson #51217.2.1.1
I never heard that before but it must be true as my 79 Mark V has lock washers. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #51217.2.1.1.1




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