Bonneville SSEi vs '67 Cougar
My brother, dad and I were all heading to a local cruise in and by chance my dad and I lined up at the light. Dad never looked over at me so I wasn't sure, but usually he messes around for fun. My brother has the camera driving the '93 Bonneville SSE behind me. So the light turns green and I launched. I got to around 60-70mph and let off because I thought dad didn't get on it. Of course as soon as I let off I realized he was a'comin' quickly. But by then it would have only created problems had I got back on it since the road narrows to one lane and we would have got there at the same time, so I had to let him go. Turns out he was just fooling with me, letting me get out and then reeling me back in, however had I stayed on it, I would have still been ahead. So obviously in his eyes he won, I think I had him for where we were, but the Cougar is without a doubt much quicker, not denying that.
first start of the 1967 cougar
After just a *few* attempts (and replacing the fuel pump), the 289 2 barrel cougar finally starts for us at the 24 second mark.
(followed by fuel leaking out of the top and bottom engine just after this ended.....but hey, at least it started!)
Background noise is the Volvo, acting as a battery charger, as the cougar's battery is DEAD.
Unfortunately, another fuel pump is now required as it was cross-threaded.....)
'67 Mercury Cougar Disassembly [S4 Ep.6-1]
So you've got a new project and you are dying to dig into it huh?... Well, before you touch it, there are some tips and trick you ought to know before you blow it all apart and end up getting lost in a project you can't ever finish. Today on GEARZ, Stacey shows you those tips and tricks as he rolls in a Classic '67 Mercury Cougar and starts methodically taking it apart to prepare it for some wild modifications down the road. If you are considering a project, or are already deep into one, you have got to see this show. Then we take an in depth look at the world of die cast models, as we put the spotlight on GMP and check out their incredible models. So whether you are into toy cars, miniature cars, or the real thing, this episode of GEARZ has something for everybody!
My 1967 Cougar
67 cougar with a 289. 98' Grand Jeep with 3" lift kit. Also my Range Rover Classic ruff and tuff.
V8 Ranger GT
This is my v-8 Ranger GT. It has a built 289 sbf inside it. This truck is an actual Ranger GT very few of these trucks were made.
Just a little 35-60 mph run in my 1999 mercury cougar
Title says it, I went out last night and did a few runs with a real digital camera, so the quality is much better. I am going to get the cold air installed today and do a few more runs tonight. Its going to be under 20deg, so it will be a good night for it. Walk around soon to come.