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1990 Taurus SHO

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I've always wanted a real first Gen SHO. This is that silly old kit in which the intake, wheels, and headlights come in chrome. I made the best of it. I lowered the stance down from 4x4 height as well.

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You did a great job........................

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Posted · Report post

Clean build, very nice color...

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I like it! I always liked "oddball" kits. I almost finished my copy of the SHO but something else got my attention. You did a great job.

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Wow, you really made this kit convincing. Looks very accurate. Awesome!

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I loved the SHO kits, and the car, nice

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Nery nice!

I love the stance!!! :)

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Thanks guys. I basically had to cut the rear suspension and refit it. The color is actually a GM red that I thought looked close to the Ford Current red on the SHOs. I always liked the '90 wheels with the "SHO" lug covers. For the intake a mix a touch of gold paint with silver to get that anodized look. Great fun! I gotta dig up some more 80's/90's kits!

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Great job on the SHO!

Edited by Johnny1973

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I love that car!

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B)

That is one sharp clean build!

Great color!

Thank You for sharing

Later
Russ

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Looks good. What did you do to lower it? I remember when those were first released that a few people thought they sat a bit high.

Charlie Larkin

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