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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-08-11, 12:03 AM Thread Starter
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1977 Thunderbird Help

Okay, today I purchased a 1977 Thunderbird with a 400cid 6.6 Liter. I have been looking on Google for a Door Sticker Decoder for this year make and model and haven't had any luck. I am planning on getting an Edelbrock 2171 with a Edelbrock 1406 Carb. What linkage do I need to hook up the tranny and accelerator?

This car should have the C-4 transmission correct?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-08-11, 04:47 AM Thread Starter
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Re: 1977 Thunderbird Help

Oh ya here are some pics of the T-Bird. Driver finder is a little dented
I'm a happy boy. When I was about 14 my dad had a 77 Thunderbird just like this with 36,000 miles (im 23 now). I thought the car was so cool, so I finally got one for myself. This is an exact carbon copy of his except, I don't remember if his top covered the front half. This one has 160k miles. No knocks/funny noises, owned by an old man since 1996. Very detailed service log, very well taken care of.
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Cant go wrong with that . Tidy up the bodywork and you've got yourself a decent set of wheels not costing you a fortune .
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Nice Ride! keep a close eye on those center caps though, they're hard to come by, I have one missing, it's driving me crazy looking for one!
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