Just pick up a 73 thunderbird but the molding looks like a 76 were their more than 1 body molding options

Asked by Sep 09, 2007 at 10:34 PM about the 1973 Ford Thunderbird

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Most likely someone replaced your mouldings with a '76s either because they couldn't find the right ones, or they liked the look of the later ones. I see this all the time with older vehicles.

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