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Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #15
Quote from: gumby;467994
I am looking for blue a-pillar trims. Keep me in mind!

Hit me up in about a month from now. I should have it.

Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #16
Headlights?

Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #17
I don't have any headlights right now.

Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #18
Limited slip?

Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #19
At present I don't have a rear. Sorry.

Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #20
What condition is this car in currently?
:america: 1988 Thunderbird Sport, Former 4.6 DOHC T56 conversion project.

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Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #21
Quote from: shame302;468304
What condition is this car in currently?

All salvageable parts were removed and the shell was scrapped.

Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #22
I would have asked to buy the headliner but shipping would have been hard/expensive. We went through that with the fender already :hick:.
88 Thunderbird LX: 306, Edelbrock Performer heads, Comp 266HR cam, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, bunch of other stuff.

Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #23
Quote from: thunderjet302;468307
I would have asked to buy the headliner but shipping would have been hard/expensive. We went through that with the fender already :hick:.
Years ago, I built a 1933 Ford Vicky street rod and I used a very thin sheet of fiberglass and put the headliner fabric on that. It seems it would be possible to do the same with these cars.

Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #24
Quote from: 50RACER;468312
Years ago, I built a 1933 Ford Vicky street rod and I used a very thin sheet of fiberglass and put the headliner fabric on that. It seems it would be possible to do the same with these cars.

Probably. I have a project I'd like to try but I want another headliner so, if the project doesn't work, I at least have one good stock headliner.
88 Thunderbird LX: 306, Edelbrock Performer heads, Comp 266HR cam, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, bunch of other stuff.

Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #25
Quote from: thunderjet302;468313
Probably. I have a project I'd like to try but I want another headliner so, if the project doesn't work, I at least have one good stock headliner.

I have another turbo coupe that I am taking apart now. Maybe I'll see if it's possible to roll up the headliner and then get it to go back to original shape?

Parting out 1987 Sport 5.0 automatic. 73,000 mile car

Reply #26
Quote from: 50RACER;468314
I have another turbo coupe that I am taking apart now. Maybe I'll see if it's possible to roll up the headliner and then get it to go back to original shape?

I really doubt that fiber board is going to go back to shape after being rolled.
88 Thunderbird LX: 306, Edelbrock Performer heads, Comp 266HR cam, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, bunch of other stuff.

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Reply #27
gimmie a call pls at 304 772 3411,,, mason & I were just thinking of you

im always needing stuff

 

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Reply #28
Sorry for not getting back to you. I have been out of town for about 10 days and just got back on Saturday. Sent you a pm. Let me know what you need.