by Hock on Sep 3, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Ford Thunderbird
This is my 2nd SC and it is a blast to drive, when it runs. I bought it with bad head gaskets, the dealer ran 87 octane when it requires 91 or better. I have driven both the auto and 5 speed and the 5 speed is by far more fun than the auto though it is notchy and does get expensive to fix if it breaks. But then again, the whole car is like that. The handling is outstanding for a car its size and it does it with out sacraficing the ride. The interior is a little dated for today but it still is nice and doesn't have all the squeaks and rattles that would be expected from a car this old. Over all, if you don't have a strong mechanical back ground or a deep wallet this car is not for you.
by PClark on Mar 13, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Ford Thunderbird
Decent car but been known to blow head
gaskets and it did. 2 of them in
70,000. If the engine could hold
together would be a decent car. Owners
might want to be machanics so they can
repair the heads on their own
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