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  • #31
    Great collection of classic and retros. Was there a supercharged one in the batch of 57s?
    TBN TOTM 2018 Calendars free to download.

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    • #32
      Unbelievable!! Thank you for the glimpse of all those beautiful TBirds... (who the heck has that kind of $$$$)?

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      • #33
        Very nice collection! Thanks for sharing.

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        • #34
          A 1957 Thunderbird has a 312 cubic inch V8 with 11:1 compression ratio.
          It needs 91 or 93 octane gas all the time!
          Don't ask me how i know this!

          (I learned this the hard way when I holed a piston in my 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 hardtop with same engine, using regular gas in 1965)
          Jerry & Kim's
          2002 Evening Black Premium

          See where "Blackie" has been:




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          • #35
            Suggest not to use Seafoam. It ruined my gas tank float in my 58 Vette! Might do the same in an old Bird! 93 Octane should be fine in most old cars even my Vette. Also have 2 Retro Birds, 2004 Merlot and 2005 Red, both use Midgrade gas with no knock!

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