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1975 Ford Thunderbird Review
two64sanda10 says:
vs1975 Lincoln Continental
1975 Ford Thunderbird winning categories:
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  • Handling
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  • Front Seats
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  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
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  • Would Buy
Power Ranked 1975 Lincoln Continental worse.
"The 1975 Thunderbird weighs less than the 75 Continental which gives it a feeling of more power."
Handling Ranked 1975 Lincoln Continental worse.
"Lighter vehicles produce better handling."
Looks/Style Ranked 1975 Lincoln Continental better.
"I like the luxurious lines of the 75 Continental."
Front Seats Ranked 1975 Lincoln Continental better.
"The Lincoln is more of a luxury vehicle than the Ford version of this vehicle."
Back Seats Ranked 1975 Lincoln Continental better.
"More luxurious padding."
Family Car Ranked 1975 Lincoln Continental worse.
"Ford is more of a family car. Lincoln is geared more towards luxury."
Value Ranked 1975 Lincoln Continental worse.
"When these vehicles were new, a nicely equipped 75 T Bird could be bought at a base price of $7701. The same vehicle in a Lincoln was over $11000. The T Bird would have been a better value for me."
Would Buy Ranked 1975 Lincoln Continental worse.
"In my opinion, the T Bird is more collectible than the Continental."
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1975 Ford ThunderbirdReview
Yvonne writes:
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My Thunderbird! — My Thunderbird! faboulous looking car. unfortunately it had a leaking gas tank and I couldn't afford to get it fixed. beautiful red ... handled very well. A joy to drive. Yes, it was a fun ride...got lots of attention. red with a vinyl top Pros: beautiful spacious car Cons: couldn't afford to fix it, so traded it in on a new car

Pros: beautiful spacious car

Cons: couldn't afford to fix it, so traded it in on a new car

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1975 Ford ThunderbirdReview
Matt writes:
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Over Size Everything — This car is not for the faint of heart. It gets 5 mpg when it likes to. it rides like a yacht and handles like one.

Pros: comfortable, powerful, turns heads.

Cons: Likes to frequent gas stations.

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1975 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop Coupe RWD Review
Thelxinoe says:
The last of the TBirds before they became boxy and ugly with nasty velvety seats. The leather seats and leather body panels [on the silver luxury group] tbird are so soft and so plush. The younger people wont get it, but the old people will. Im 16 myself and I saved up for months, drove for hours, and dealt with 2 blown tires, a broken master cylinder, a brake booster that blew up, and no heating in subzero temps for this car and it was worth every hardship. I dont daily drive it because of the horrific fuel economy, but every chance I get, I hit the road. I live in a small town with lots of older gentlemen and they love to see me cruising old main street (its a Route 66 town.) As customary with small towns, the roads are terrible. The ride in the Tbird is better than the ride in my Jeep when it comes to potholes and bumps. You really wont feel a thing. I could run over a number of smaller animals and think I was running over leaves. Its truly incredible. Its also quite uncommon. I frequent the car shows in my area, and Ive never seen another 73-76 (6th gen) Thunderbird. I bought mine for $2400 and with all the work Ive put into it I have about $3200 invested. Worth every cent, and many cents more.
vs1977 Ford Thunderbird Town Landau Coupe RWD
1975 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop Coupe RWD winning categories:
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  • Looks/Style
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  • Back Seats
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  • Family Car
  • Value
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Looks/Style Ranked 1977 Ford Thunderbird Town Landau Coupe RWD worse.
"The 77+ is so boxy. The 6th gen still has beautiful curves and a muscle-car-like beefiness "
Value Ranked 1977 Ford Thunderbird Town Landau Coupe RWD worse.
"The 7th gen tbird was produced much more and are extremely common. They also arent as lux. "
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2004 Ford Thunderbird Reviews

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2003 Ford Thunderbird Reviews

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2002 Ford Thunderbird Reviews

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1997 Ford Thunderbird Reviews

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