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1977 Ford ThunderbirdReview
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Best Ride Ever — Wow. I've ridden my fair share of cars; and this just blows them away. It's quite, stable, accelerates alright for it's size, very comfortable. A great peice of equipment

Owner for 0 years, 10 months

Pros: Great ride, Quite, Stable, nice lines

Cons: hard on the wallet at the pumps

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1977 Ford ThunderbirdReview
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Hot Rodded 1977 Thunderbird — Great straight line run but no slalom courses. I future I'll redo the suspension both front and back along with the steering linkage. Maybe get air bag suspension along with rear ladder setup and beefier sway bar. Up front needs to be redone too with newer technology suspension. Definitely need to get some new interior upholstery done.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Awesome Straight line Power from a Small block (Very Sleeper). Comfortable, Elegant Ride. Tastefully Unique, yet subdued Styling and old Skool Hot Rodding rolled into one. One of a kind 18 1/2 foot Land Yacht! Fit 6 people in car with lots of room and about 5 more in the the trunk! Gobs of Power for the 1/4 mile track.

Cons: Don't ever think you can slalom California Mountain roads or the French Riviera!! NOt gonna happen!! It's a LAND YACHT FOR POWER'S SAKES and weighs 5600 lbs gvw from factory. About 4000 - 4400 lbs gvw now.

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1977 Ford ThunderbirdReview
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My Beast — this is my favorite car yet she is ford blue with navy blue interior 0 gauge AMP kit,, 2 12 inch rockford fosgate P3's and 1500 watt fosgate mono block amp 6 pioneer 6x9 at 500watts a piece shes veryyy louddddd,,,,my engine is getting rebuilt as i type i cannot wait to see her potential...originally with only 150 horsepower and a 290 lbs of torque the THUNDERBIRD was a beast for weighing 5500 lbs and being 18 feet long...i decided to rebuild the motor giving her 320 horsepower and 350 lbs of torque...along with that i replaced the fuel tank, fuel line, shocks, springs, rotors calipers all hoses brake drums and shoes,brake booster and cylinder...new carpet kit all bushings and plenty more...she has the ford 3 speed FMX tranny with shift kit so i will keep up to date wen motor is installed..

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: i love my car the torque my system the suspension everything is all on point to perfection

Cons: Gas is super expensive at maybe 9 miles a gallon

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1977 Ford ThunderbirdReview
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The Beastly Boat — A large car with a 400 engine with an Edelbrock intake and 650 carb. Rides nice and very reliable for age. Mileage is not good at all. Good interior with very comfortable seats. Insurance rate is very cheap. I'm the 3rd owner.

Pros: Rides Nice

Cons: Too Heavy

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1977 Ford Thunderbird Town Landau Coupe RWD Review
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vs1975 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop Coupe RWD
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Looks/Style Ranked 1975 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop Coupe RWD better.
"The 77+ is so boxy. The 6th gen still has beautiful curves and a muscle-car-like beefiness "
Value Ranked 1975 Ford Thunderbird Hardtop Coupe RWD better.
"The 7th gen tbird was produced much more and are extremely common. They also arent as lux. "

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2005 Ford Thunderbird Reviews

Review By Guru99B7H5

Fun quiet car to drive. Design is really great. Very comfortable interior. Ford should still make these! Read More

Review By taylor

The 05 T-Bird is as advertised. Fun to drive and in great condition. These Birds seem to keep their value. Read More

2004 Ford Thunderbird Reviews

Review By Louis

Nice. Car. M are sure get hard top that what make car look so good Read More

Review By Guru39MFX

I wanted the late model Thunderbird for the engine features, overall the car was a very good value. It is not a drag racer, it is very fun to drive, top up or top down. It will merge and pass thru tr... Read More

2003 Ford Thunderbird Reviews

Review By GuruGM7PC

Great car!! I like it very much. Thank you!! Ok Read More

Review By whitedogdaddy

Car provides excellent handling, comfort and looks. A great cruiser and good gas mileage too! The 280 hp motor comes on a little bit gradually but revs forever. Read More

2002 Ford Thunderbird Reviews

Review By Guru9ZK62T

Sleek and sporty. A beautiful car! An absolute dream machine! Read More

Review By Guru94LQTW

I Love It. It is truly an awesome car. Read More

1997 Ford Thunderbird Reviews

Great Car By Vwags

This car is a joy to drive. The style is very nice and it has the power and handling to support the style. The car gets surprisingly good gas mileage for a V8. I would think long and hard about get... Read More

Impressive By 97TBirdOwner

The Ford Thunderbird in this generation is a very nice mix of performance, luxury, and style. They can be relatively inexpensive if you look around and get lucky. I drive this one daily, and as mentio... Read More

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