Was looking for a hotel and came across this on the Motel 6 website. '69 or '70 Cougar. I'm not that familiar with those years so couldn't tell you which from just the one pic. Check it out below.
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Automatic transmission. Difficult to get pics in a cramped garage and my camera isnt very good. Will open garage door and take a couple more today. [CCCGallery][/CCCGallery]
I am posting my 1967 Mercury Cougar GT for sale here before I try my luck on Ebay. Yes it is a true GT. I have the original window sticker and build sheet as well as paper work for maintenance, emission testing and what not. Some of which dates to the late '70's. I purchased it a couple years ago fr...
- 19 Mar 2017, 10:52
- Forum: '67 '68 Parts for Sale
- Topic: Price for stock disc brake setup?
- Replies: 2
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Thanks for the confirmation. I was guessing around $400 as well. I know most of the parts: rotors, calipers, brake booster etc. can be purchased new and the cheapest conversion kits are around $400. The important parts are the spindles and WCCC is asking over $200 each for those. So to make a long s...