1967 Mercury Cougar - Dan Gurney Special - Sarten und Blinker hinten (sequential taillights)

So, nun ein kleiner Kaltstart, leider zu früh den Choke rausgenommen... und schon isser aus! Und Björn muss immer dazwischenquatschen ;-)

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Mercury Cougar ElectronicTurn Signal
Electronic system with the original lamps 5 / 21 watts.(more).. http://classic-cougar.over-blog.com Demonstration conducted with the original lamps 5 / 21 watts. Of course, you can place a LED type bulbs instead of filament bulbs. Mercury Cougar.





Mustang Sequential LED Taillight Kit Installation 1967-1968
http://www.cjponyparts.com/sequential-led-taillight-kit-8-pattern-1967-1968 /p/TLLED68/ This 8-Pattern Sequential LED Taillight Kit is for 1967 and 1968 Mustangs. There are so many Mustangs with sequential taillights that it can be hard to stand out from the crowd. However, with these taillights, you can choose between eight user selectable sequential patterns with just the push of a button, taking your Mustang to the next level. The factory style connectors in this kit plug right into your OEM light bulb socket for simple installation, and you can reuse your OEM housings and lenses. Watch our installation video, with Bill showing you a step-by-step demonstration, to learn how to install these taillights on your Mustang in only an hour!





1970 Mercury Cougar Walkaround Startup
Our new 1970 Mercury Cougar. Base model with the delux interior. Black with green interior. 351 Celveland motor, C6. Bucket seats, rim blow wheel. This is how I just purchased it, needs some little things, cleaning up, and tuned, and needs matching rear wheels. We picked this up for $3100.00 I drove it 60 miles home, no issues. Car has glass packs, with an X pipe. So far, absolutlely love the car.





LED Taillights on a '68 Mercury Cougar
This video is to show how much easier the sequential taillights work on a '68 Mercury Cougar, when LED lights are installed. As you can see, the left side works faster, is 'crisper', even when the taillights are on. The one's on the right are the plain, incandescent bulbs. Notice how much slower, and longer it takes, especially when the taillights are on. I had the battery on a charger while I was taking this. The LED lights I used are relatively inexpensive. I purchased them from: www.superbrightleds.com, and they are the 1157-R24 (the wide beam), and they are $7.49 each. They last 10,000 hours, and use a LOT less energy than incandescent bulbs. They do make brighter, more expensive LED's, but these are pretty close, if not brighter than regular incandescents.




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