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Old 07-16-2008
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Yeah I have plans to put a big brake upgrade on it like Willwoods or something and prob put the 17" tourque trust M wheel on it that is the one that is black with the crome lip. I also have a bottle of nitrus that I may put on it. Lol I didn't want to post to many makes some people mad but here are some more.



















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Nice Cougar, love the color combo. And SSpizzle, STFU.
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quit raggin on him. go start a tiger thread then.

marty, nice cat. whose gonna get upset that you posted a nice restoration in the proper area of the forum? keep em comming.

weren't those ones built on the same frame as a stang? if they were, they were underpowered with all the add ons right?
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i really like this here... i hate tearing up the dash in a classic like that

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Yeah that is why I did the system like that because I want to keep the classic nice look. The motor even stock put out pretty good power but with all the add ones I am at about like 275-300hp to the wheels and like 325-350 pound feet of torque so it will move pretty good with the shift kit and stall converter on the trans too. Yes the cougar is on the same frame as the mustang in this year it stoped in 72 then it got changed to the thunderbird.
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Car looks good man. I have a 69 myself so im gonna ***** up the thread with a couple pics too :D

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I changed the wheels since then. but those were 01 Mustang Bullitt 17s with adapters. I have American Racing Salt Flat Specials now (big and littles). Just gotta change it up.

Oh, got a 428 for later this year too :D

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Wow nice bro.I like it alot and man that motor doesn't play either.
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looks good you did a good job on restoring it
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that gold one is beautiful too. man, i gotta get on ths bandwagon soon.
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WOW! Nice job man! It's like a whole new car.

I see a Pinto in the background(sorry for the hijacked thread, but I used to have a Pinto and I kinda miss it).
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