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Old 12-03-2001, 22:55   #1 (permalink)
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What cars does this forum deal with mostly?

I got a 90' TBird SC.. So I was just wondering how many SC's made it over to aus....

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Old 12-03-2001, 23:18   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome Bud! I'm sure I speak on behalf of everyone when I say that the Aussie section welcomes everybody (including GM people!), but you'll find that the regulars drive Tickford modified V8 and IL6 Falcons (factory hot versions of our IL6 RWD 4 door sedan), non-Tickford Falcons, old Fords, and Probes. Sorry if I missed anyone, but I think you get the drift.
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T-Birds were never sold here officially, but im sure some SuperCoupes may have been privately imported, cant say ive ever seen one though!

Seen a few of the 50s and 60s models though.
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T-Birds were never sold here officially, but im sure some SuperCoupes may have been privately imported, cant say ive ever seen one though!

Seen a few of the 50s and 60s models though.
Not too long ago i saw an 1990 T-Bird near the Coles/Myer HQ in Melbourne. Also have seen a few 1960 models around Geelong. I'd love to see a new T-Bird in the flesh.
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I'd love to see a new T-Bird in the flesh.
Me too.. I thought it looked kinda funny at first, but it has grown on me enormously. Just has a lazy style to it I reckon..
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Me too.. I thought it looked kinda funny at first, but it has grown on me enormously. Just has a lazy style to it I reckon..
The closest i came to the new T-Bird was a model of one we were selling in the FDC shop.:s2:
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