Ford Motor Co. has gone back to the drawing board with a fix designed to prevent paint damage caused by the removable hardtop of its beleaguered Thunderbird, Ward’s learns. T’Bird is subject to paint scuffing where decklid meets hardtop. A molding developed to prevent scuffing and scratches by insulating the doomed car’s decklid from its removable hardtop is being reworked, a Ford spokesman confirms, adding there is no date in sight for a resolution. The redesign focuses ...

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