The National Database Project

This registry includes EVERY classic Cougar. Whether you Cougar is a coucours restoration, a rusty hulk or even just a door or data tag, reporting it here adds to what we know about what became of each and every Cougar. This Registry is Maintained by Phil Parcels.
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Post by CougarCJ » 05 Feb 2016, 18:03

lslracing wrote:Being built on dec.27 1969 it would have a 351W 2v . 351C was not released till 1970 and even some of the early H code cars in 70 came with 351 W engines. I owned both an early 70 Cougar and Mach1 that were both H code 351W 2v cars.Good luck enjoy the Cougar
Correction - the build date is December 27, 1968.
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Post by badcatt » 06 Feb 2016, 09:40

twodiffs wrote:Ok thanks guys, looks like it's a Cleveland

That is a Cleveland. I can see the "2" on the heads too. It was a 2V 351C.
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Post by Scooter714 » 15 Aug 2017, 17:15

would like to check if my Cougar is in data base.
Vin :9F92M558973
76a 2 2a 28c 17 6 x

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