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Um... you made my dad cry... he loves the T-Bird... and I think you broke his heart. :lol:

And it would and SHOULD not be on a FWD platform.

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well I agree it should be RWD, .....but wat choices do we have from FORD ?.....the mustang ?...or a F-150 ? ..or wat are they using NOW ?...it is certianly BIG enough to be a T bird, just lacking in true style, tho it is one of the NICEST cars i have driven and the interior is perfect , cept it wont sell, too bad.

....either would be better than a MAZDA !!!!!!!...or wahtever that current platform is ???....I prefer that it stays a RWD car, but it aint selling as a 2 seater (again), that was my point.

so, uh, tell DAD not to blame ME !...tell FORD to get on the stick and come up with a REAL RWD platform JUST FOR THE T BIRD !!!!...that would be a beautiful thing !


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nice buick... :D:P

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I agree:

A) that it should NEVER be a FWD car; it has always been and shall always be RWD.


B) It looks like a f*ckin' Buick.

Edited by Turbojett

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