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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-29-2013, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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1992 SHO wagon - 94,000 mi

Found a 1992 Ford Taurus SHO custom wagon on Craigslist. It has 94,000 miles. I thought I'd post it here if anyone was looking for an interesting SHO.

1992 FORD TAURUS SHO "WAGON" CUSTOM ONE OF A KIND


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Hehe, not one of a kind! I got one to.


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Plus the Boss Wagon that C&D made in the 90's with FMC.

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Yeah there's quite a few of them out there actually, 1-4 gens. I plan on doing the conversion myself someday.
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I assume you have to install a manual transmission when doing the SHO conversion with the Yamaha V-6; or will it bolt up to an automatic? (Nevermind whether or not an auto tranny can handle the power....)

There is a red gen 1 wagon in town that appears to have a good body; unknown interior condition; but the front end has been up on jacks with one wheel off for as long as I have seen it. So, I am assuming something's wrong with the powertrain; daydreaming about picking it up cheap and doing an SHO conversion to it.

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Plus the Boss Wagon that C&D made in the 90's with FMC.
Say do you have any links to the boss wagon?


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Say do you have any links to the boss wagon?
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Thanks, I was hoping for a taurus wagon with a 302 Boss engine in it.


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