Remember, if it has the same color as V8 Vegetable Juice, and has a V8 label, it must be V8 Vegetable Juice.
MN12 T-Bird or Cougar.
I think the name “V8” originally began with the 1932 Ford Model A.
94 or 95 Thunderbird or Cougar
It looks like something BL to me.
Circa 1998 Taurus SHO?
It does certainly look like the Ford V8 badge that was used in the 90’s, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that its on a Ford.
I believe the badge is from the 94-95 MN-12, but the fender doesn’t look right…
Maybe a 1997 Ford Explorer five-door.
Yes, V8 Explorers and Mountaineers had that badge too.
Fender is wrong for an Explorer… went out and looked at mine. but yes, same badge.
The Explorer badges are more of a flush mount IIRC, in that it’s more of a thick sticker than a thick piece of acrylic. I could be thinking of the 4wd version though
I wanted a car with a V8 so I made one. Plymouth TC-3 with a 360, 5 speed.
Sweet. Pictures please.
the door trim and lower panel looks just 90s Ford Tbird to me. but why they painted more than just the body panels?
That was my first thought, but I don’t think so. On the P6, the fender badges say “3500,” not “V8,” and the rub strips go all the way to the front wheelhouse.
P76 (V8 juice must be the vilest drink ever)
Wrong on both counts. Not P76 and V8 juice is the best thing to make a bloody mary with.
looks more thike the thunderbird than anything else. Maybe the badge is off a F150?
yep, mid-90s MN12 Thunderbird or Cougar.
An ancient Mazda GLC?
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