1993 Mercury Cougar
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1969 Glue-In Glass: The Comprehensive Repair Guide
1969 and the first part of 1970 was an epic fail for Ford on all its intermediate line. Gluing the glass in instead of bolting it in was one of many cost cutting measures, and it just did not go well. In this comprehensive video Don shows us how to service just about every piece front and rear on a 1969 Cougar. Don also shows the many differences 1969 vs early 1970 and late 1970. Keep in mind all the tips shown here directly apply to a 69-70 Mustang Coupe or convertible; many will also apply to the 69-70 Fastback. Even if you choose not to do the repairs shown here yourself the information is invaluable and you should insist on having your tech review this video before proceeding on your car. The parts we used in this video can be found in the glass section of our website here: http://www2.cougarpartscatalog.com/Cougar_Window_Glass.html Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WestCoastClassicCougar If you enjoyed this video, check out our channel for more informative & fun Cougar videos, and subscribe to keep up with our latest uploads!
My 1993 Mercury Cougar
This is my 1993 Mercury Cougar XR7 Special edition. It currently has about 68,900 miles on it. It has the 3.8 liter V6 which is alright even though I wish it had the 5.0. This car drives like no other it rides great as well. So far I have put on new brakes, rebuilt the valve body in the transmission, changed the oil and cleaned it. I will buff and wax it later as well as change the anti-freeze, put on touchup paint, and fix the little bit of rust on the drivers side rocker panel. It has a Kenwood headunit with an MP3 hookup as well as my Harbor Freight airhorn.
1997 Mercury Cougar XR7, $5996 at Lakewood Ford in Lakewood, WA
For more info on this vehicle, call us at 1-800-461-8657. See the full listing at http://www.AutoPages.com/yt40795 Very nice condition. Anniversary edition. Extremely clean and a diamond! Priced