which came first, the 1973 thunderbird or the lincoln mark IV?

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Asked by Feb 14, 2007 at 06:35 PM about the 1976 Ford Thunderbird

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was the lincoln based on the thunderbird, or was the thunderbird base on the mark?

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Hello jwc191-- Both the "Big Bird" Ford Thunderbird and the Lincoln Mark IV were introduced for the 1972 model year and lasted through 1976. They were built on the same platform and shared some design features. Now as for the chicken and the egg. . . Good luck from Bovan.

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