Cascade Cougar Club Prowl 2021 July 11th

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Wow!! That is cool. Great mix of modern features with vintage style.
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At first I was wondering what was up with the big yellow antenna.
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Al Bundy wrote: 12 Jul 2021, 05:20 At first I was wondering what was up with the big yellow antenna.
LOL, I had to go back through and look, twice!

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Love the hood! Can you imagine what it took to do those bumpers?
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Front of the hood looks reminiscent of a 1968 Shelby Mustang.
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CougarCJ wrote: 12 Jul 2021, 11:54 Front of the hood looks reminiscent of a 1968 Shelby Mustang.
It was made from a reproduction 68 Shelby hood. He said it took a lot of work to fit.
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Lots of interesting details. I wonder how many hours that took?
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