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For two years the Eliminator roamed the streets looking for prey. Although you could get an engine available from Mercury in the Eliminator, the Cobra Jet 428 and Super Cobra Jet 428 were common under the hood. This was also the only Cougar to get the Boss 302. The Eliminator Registry is maintained by Dave Wyrwas.
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Post by malcolmH » 23 Jan 2018, 04:28

Rear of Eliminator Finished minus cougar badge ( fitting this weekend ) all glue in glass Finished & operates smoothly. All mechanical work finished . Having lots of enjoyment, shall keep you all posted. Mal.
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Post by scottfzeller » 23 Jan 2018, 09:46

Love a good 69 rear end. Nice work!
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Post by stevie thompson » 23 Jan 2018, 10:14

Very nice[CCCGallery][CCCGallery]
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Post by BossElim69 » 23 Jan 2018, 11:31

Everything lined up nice... good job
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Post by Mike_B_SVT » 05 Feb 2018, 12:55

Wow, that looks sharp! Great job!

You'll have to post some more "full body" pics, so we can see the rest of your hard work (and maybe nominate for Ride of Month soon!).
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Post by malcolmH » 06 Feb 2018, 03:38

Thank you all for the kind words, I am waiting on some parts to arrive to complete the interior, rear package tray, stereo speakers, insulation & Door scuff Plates. I have a hot Cleveland 351 installed at present while I rebuild the matching Number 351 Windsor. My Eliminator had the 20 Inch Radiator, ran too hot so I installed a 24 Inch 3 core with a aluminium restrictor Plate & windsor thermostat in the Cleveland, runs nice & cool now. Here in Australia, we have both 351 Windsor’s & 351 Cleveland’s as well as a 302 Cleveland. I intend to rebuild the windsor at my leisure.

Mal. 🇦🇺🏁
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