67 cougar first time out
67 cougar first time out
67 Mercury Cougar Burnout! - 5th annual Raschke Burnout Competition
5th Annual Raschke Burnout Competition! Jay Audette in his wifes 67 Cougar! Does a great burnout, and the first one of the day! He won't do burnouts in his car at this family burnout competition because he blew his clutch on his 67 472ci Galaxie. $3000+ repair! So if you can't burn your own tires, burn the wifes! Put on a great show with a great car!
Radiator and Fan Upgrade - Small Block Cougar / Mustang 1967-70
One of the most common issues on these old cars is overheating. The cooling systems were only designed to cope with so much, and over the years many small block engines have been bored out, hopped up, had A/C added, etc. Since Ford provided a very capable 24-inch radiator on big-block and A/C equipped cars, why not take advantage of the best factory cooling equipment available, without messing up the original look under the hood? We have all the parts you need to achieve this conversion, including our premium reproduction steel clutch fans. This video applies not only to Cougars and Mustangs, but to a wide range of classic Ford / Mercury cars and trucks. When you see a small icon picture appear in this video, you can click it to go to the pictured item on our website (if watching on a desktop computer). Otherwise, this is a good place to get started: https://secure.cougarpartscatalog.com/cooling.html Thanks for watching, we hope this video helps!
The Story Of Cougar 1: The First Mercury Cougar
A while back, we sat down with Jim Pinkerton, the owner of the very first production Mercury Cougar (1967 model year), a.k.a. Cougar 1. We hit the "record" button on our cameras and he let loose with an epic tale of how the car was first sold in Canada, its subsequent life there, and how it eventually got into his hands - an intriguing story! He also goes over some of the unique features of the car, and some of the restoration techniques used. It's a truly beautiful factory show car with more attention to detail than the 'average' Cougar. Special thanks to Jim Pinkerton for his time, and for providing most of the images you see in this video from his own collection of Cougar memorabilia. Check out our YouTube channel for more Cougar videos, and subscribe to stay up to date! Need parts for your classic Cougar? Visit our parts catalog at: http://www2.cougarpartscatalog.com Like us on Facebook for even more Cougar goodness! https://www.facebook.com/WestCoastClassicCougar