I've had my Thunderbird for four years now. I think I spent $1400 for it. In these four short years, I have put almost $4000 dollars into it. I'll done had problems from torch converter cracking to the doors to heavy for the hinges, making the doors start to fall down to all kind of other problems and trying to firgure what's making my knock when I do regular service on my car (thinking pushrods or valves). I mean, don't get me wrong, T-birds are good, fun cars. If it wasn't, I woundn't put so much into it. On the bright side, they're very good on gas. They have alot of power, very fast. They handle curves good amongst other things. Overall I love the 95t-bird, it just cost alot to keep up.
Good power, Pretty fast and excellent on gas mileage (make it from Central Va. to Philly on one tank depending on traffic)
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