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The 1976 Ford Thunderbird from Goldvarg Collection first photos.

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Dear friends, 

Is hard to see that shape of the new 1976 Ford Thunderbird in this early stage, but as I placed the photo of the real one in the Goldvarg Collection Facebook Page asking "Yes or Not" to make it, and everybody answered a "YES", then, here we go!

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John Kuvakas
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Awesome! I'll take mine in the Lipstick Edition like so,

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John Kuvakas
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Awesome! I'll take mine in the Lipstick Edition like so,

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John Kuvakas
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John Merritt
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Awesome +1. This is one I am really looking forward to and like John K. I'd love one in red as well.

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Jack Dodds
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This car came in a variety of really attractive colors.


   
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John Kuvakas
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Here's the color chart for '76

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John Kuvakas
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Jack Dodds
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I recall the bronze shade being particularly attractive on this car.


   
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Mike DeTorrice
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It's a terrific '70's car and will make a great model. Very impressive automobile and model of it !


   
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Brush
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The model will be great but the 1on1 is yuck in my opinion.  


   
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Jack Dodds
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@brush Bruce;  There aren't all that many post 1972 cars than turn my crank but this T-Bird is one of them.


   
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Randy Rusk
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I’m not a big 70s era fan, but when my grandfather stepped up from his Ford farm truck to a city car, he got a gold late 70s T-bird. I fondly remember how proud he was of that car and the trips we took to their Florida retirement home with me sitting in that front bench seat between my grandma and grandpa (and no seat belt!) First car I ever rode in with AC. So I might get this one…


   
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