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    Does anyone know if the Thunderbird and xr7 sills are the same?
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    For everyone that is in, which designs do you like?

    Please choose the designs you want to see produced. Click here to see the images.

    Choose:
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    Design A
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    Design C
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nettlesd View Post
    For everyone that is in, which designs do you like?
    Can you stick to one thread about that, pls.

    Others want these just as bad as you, so why not relax or simply pay whatever to get just what you want, rather than using every thread about it to pester everyone, thanks.

    I've already communicated my choice to Greg. Take a break

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slater85 View Post
    Does anyone know if the Thunderbird and xr7 sills are the same?
    Are you asking about same shape, location or attachment?

    They seem to be generic, like the door gaskets, I think.
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    We're good. This is the official post for gauging interest/who's in so that's why I'm asking in this thread.

    Yes, I already know which design you want but we still need to hear from the others before Greg starts to ramp up production.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KMT View Post
    Are you asking about same shape, location or attachment?
    I believe he is asking if they are the same shape. Will one machined sill fit both vehicles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KMT View Post
    Are you asking about same shape, location or attachment?

    They seem to be generic, like the door gaskets, I think.
    Yeah that's what I wanted to know the shape and size, that way I can do a design for the XR7 guys too.
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    As far as designs go I want to start with 3 for right now, only because I don't want to be held down on the computer drawing and programming a bunch of different sills. I wanna offer the top 3 desired, run them out, ship them and start on the next SC part. Once I built a small line of new SC parts I can always come back and add to the different styles of each part.

    They'll be offered in polish/chrome or contrast cut (black anodized then machined logos) so it's really like having 6 options. I'll have the first samples within the next couple of days.
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    Image 3 - Design C
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    Personally I like 2...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slater85 View Post
    Yeah that's what I wanted to know the shape and size, that way I can do a design for the XR7 guys too.
    The differences are stylistic, not fit/function, so the same basic design (just putting "Mercury Cougar XR7" or some combination of those in place of the Thunderbird icon and the Thunderbird / SC text) will fit fine.

    RwP

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    I would probably be in also,if someone does not mind shooting a pic of one installed.

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    Selection

    I like 3A.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrybrhea View Post
    I like 3A.......
    I like 3A also...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleeper bird View Post
    I would probably be in also,if someone does not mind shooting a pic of one installed.
    I should have a pair on my car in a few days ill post a picture as soon as they're ready so everyone can see them first
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