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Are 1991-1993 5.0 (302) Thunderbirds rare?

Discussion in '1989 - 1997 Ford Thunderbird' started by BigxN8, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. I highly doubt it, but I always like to get a second opinion.
  2. Somewhat yes.
  3. Numbers: 1991, 16,232. 1992, 12,562. 1993, 19,587

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  4. Yes they are now the really rare one is the 5.0 Sport it's set up just like the Supercoupes but with a 5.0 I collect the SC models had 11 and cut the flock down to 5 they're really costly to upkeep let alone 11 so 5 is my new limit but if you can get you hands on a 5.o Sport get it and hold on to it it will be worth so cash down the road
  5. Yeah. As true gambit said. I have a 4.6 sport. Hold on to it. It's hard to find just an mn 12 period that hasn't been beat up by some dumb teenager or soccer mom back in the day and only had its oil changed every 15000 miles. I see them every now and then but they're destroyed and mostly 3.8s. The 5.0s are rarer than the 4.6s. So if you have a good one def keep it. 5.0 is more reliable than my 4.6 in my opinion. I've had both.
  6. What is the difference between the LX and the Sport?
  7. A sport is an lx. But it has larger rotors, larger anti roll bars, and a body kit. The 95s and up have 16 inch wheels instead of 15.
  8. The sport is a Supercoupe mock-up has all of the features of a Supercoupe electronic ride control and the same suspension posi-lock rear-end, all of the performance that the Supercoupe has but with the 5.0 engine which you would think would be faster but sadly isn't the 3.8 supercharged Supercoupe is the faster and stronger 315 lbs of torque at the ground where the 5.0 was lucky to hit 285 also the horse power for the SC is better this is why I own 5 of them each with a different purpose

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