View Poll Results: What age bracket are you in?

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  • 16-21

    20 15.27%
  • 22-27

    17 12.98%
  • 28-33

    25 19.08%
  • 34-39

    17 12.98%
  • 40-45

    14 10.69%
  • 46-51

    21 16.03%
  • 52-57

    10 7.63%
  • 58-63

    6 4.58%
  • 64-69

    1 0.76%
  • 70-75

    0 0%
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Thread: Age of the SC drivers here?

  1. #46
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    Jul 2002
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    Illinois
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    61 dont feel that old but Iam.

  2. #47
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    Feb 2004
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    IA
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    Anyone noticing that the age of most that have voted are the same age as the cars? Bit interesting IMO. I can still remember the first 5spd 89 I saw roll through town.
    Honor, Grace and Dignity......Remember these

  3. #48
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    Apr 2004
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    sumter, south carolina
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    i think its crazy that the ownership spans across more than 50 years !! thats almost 3 generations....

  4. #49
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    Feb 2008
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    Longview Washington
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    Just turned 50.

    Remember, aging is inevitable but growing up is optional

    Funny thing.... when I was looking for another project car I was leaning towards another 5.0 Mustang but decided a guy my age needed something more "age appropriate".

    Now I find out that even the youngins' ...lots of them, apparently...like these old T-Birds ! I think that's pretty cool. I never woulda thunk it. Just shows how wrong a guy can be, eh?

    Cheers
    DD

  5. #50
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    Oct 2006
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    Ottawa, Il
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    I fell in love with the t-birds when i first got my 93lx, then i was looking in my manual and it said something about the supercoupe model and i hit google and found out about these cars and thats where it started!! I was 16 wen i got the lx

  6. #51
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    Feb 2008
    Location
    Ely, NV
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    226
    The age variance truly amazes me as well, and makes me proud that it is not an old man car, or a youngster's car. It is a car too cool to be defined by an age group.
    For the youngin's, I only WISH I had a car this cool when I was 18ish... Gratz!
    1990 5 speed basically stock SC, owned since 96!
    My car doesn't leak oil, it is just marking it's territory.

  7. #52
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    Jan 2005
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    Tampere/Finland
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    913
    I'm 33 now and have owned my SC over 9 years.

  8. #53
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    Dec 2007
    Location
    Lincoln, CA
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    82
    I am 32. I bought a 94lx new in 94'. I have also owned a 95lx 4.6l and a 96 with sport package. Now that I'm a little older with a couple coins to rub together, I have finally gotten the SC I always wanted when I was younger, a 95' auto. Course now I can afford two new cars with the SC just for fun. I would love to use it for a daily driver but I don't have that much money.

  9. #54
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    Nov 2005
    Location
    Fort Wayne, Indiana
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    I'm 24 and have owned 3 Thunderbirds from age 16 up. Was only able to go without one for 2 months before I picked up my first and only SC in 2005. To be honest I was amazed at my first 2007 shootout experience that my brother and I were a minority being younger guys and all. It's awesome how much these cars attract people from all age groups, and I had the same amount of fun either way. Most of the highly modded car owners got a few years on me, I noticed.

    Chris
    Me-89 SC 5-speed 1.7 Autorotor twin screw over 443rwhp 20psi
    Her-95 SC auto 1.7 KB 400rwhp 17psi
    my email

  10. #55
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    Jul 2004
    Location
    Toledo, Ohio
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    513

    A car for all ages!

    I'm 39 and will be 30-10 in June (40).
    I had an 86 NA bird back in the early 90's and even though it was a basket case I still loved the car.
    She's now long gone and my 94 SC is now my baby. I bought it from a friend at work that had to get a more family oriented car. He bought a Buick. Supercharged at least.
    Cheers!
    Bill

  11. #56
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    Jan 2008
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    100
    25 In July....second Tbird. First was a 95 LX that I shipped back from Germany, man I miss that car. I don't remember seeing any SC's back growing up, my uncle had a 94 V8 that I beat on a bit when I was 15 and I remember thinking it was an awesome car! Dirt roads plus V8 plus 15 year old equals rooster tails and fish tails!

  12. #57
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    Nov 2004
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    Falling Waters WV
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    723
    20 here. Owned one since i was 17.

  13. #58
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    May 2006
    Location
    georgetown ont
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    18
    22 got my first one wen i was 16

  14. #59
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    Aug 2007
    Location
    Suffield, CT
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    1,028
    Quote Originally Posted by tbird420 View Post
    22 got my first one wen i was 16
    you joined in may 2006, what made you decide to make this your first post lol?

  15. #60
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    May 2006
    Location
    georgetown ont
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    18
    honestly i forgot my password but i have spent many hours reading if u search long enough u can find the answer to anything here lol

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