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Old 11-11-2006, 19:22   #1 (permalink)
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1972 Thunderbird

Was wondering if anyone can tell me where I can find a good OEM manual for the 1972 Thunderbird with 460. I specifically want to know about the vacuum configuration and color coding as well as all the stats to make all the wiring and hoses look stock.

I have the 1972 Shop manual set but they say nothing about this. Internet searches turned up nothing and E-Bay is a bust.

I have had the engine rebuilt and am starting on the interior but want to get the engine as close to stock as possible. Also I want to know where the OEM stickers go and what stickers I need. I ordered a sticker kit but am unsure of what all is included.

Thanks all
Mark

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Old 03-20-2009, 21:17   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 1972 Thunderbird

Like your Bird. I am the second owner of a 72 T-bird with the 460. It is black with read interior and 92k miles. I purchased it in Kansas City in 2000. I purchased it without my wife knowing about it and she was not impressed when I brought it home but I think it has grown on her. I just accessed this site for the first time today as I moved from Nebraska to Phoenix, Az 3 years ago but only today had the car shipped out to me. Funny that you bought yours here. It's just a car that you don't see at the car shows.
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If you need a runner to look at parts let me know as I found 2 72's at local junk yards. If you have any advise on how to fix a inoperative clock and fuel gage I would appreciate a starting point to find out the problem. I am more interested in fixing the gas gage at this time.
I can be reached at this site or email bmadison3@cox.net
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