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1968 Cougar Xr7 on 2040-cars

Year:1968 Mileage:107772
Location:

Estacada, Oregon, United States

Estacada, Oregon, United States

Good morning This a 1968 Cougar XR7 302 3 speed stick. The car was setting in a body shop when we bought it and had been there for 13 years. The car had been taken down to bear metal and had rust in the drivers side floor pan and light rust in the rear lower finders. My husband replaced the floor pan with a new stamp out one from CCCW. He welded in the new one and seam sealed it.  The light rust in the lower finders were repaired using POR15.  Car was sealed and painted. He installed a new carpet, new f-seats, new r-seats, new door panels, new kick panels, new window end seals new side window felts and wipers, new windshield and seal.  The car also has a New Tires, brakes , battery,  heater core, hoses, and tune-up.  And the raidator was service. The car has a factory AmFm stereo with new speakers and cyclone wheels. We have done are best to bring you a good dependable car. All the chrome is on the car but is not new and shows its age. The paint job is ok and is a 7 out of 10 the interior looks good and is a 9 out of 10  Like I said this is not a show car but would make a great high school car for the boy or girl. and yes this car is nice anought to take to the week end [ show and shines ] or that Friday night cruses.  The motor and tranny work good  and sound great as it has duel exh with old school glass packs all the way out the back. . The interior is not stock but it sure looks good as you can see from the pictures. there are a few small problems.  There is a small hole in the headliner from a now dead mouse.  There is also a very small dent in the roof that can be pop right out when headliner is replaced.  My husband has said that this was a fun car to build and should last another 40 years. He did not rebuild the engine as he said it runs good.  My husband is just finishing this up this week and told me to list it for sale.  This is his 253 car that he has built and sold.  He has a glass man coming out to replace the windshield next week before the end of the auction.  My husband has said that you can drive this car home but he thinks it should be trailered. This car is being sold as a good running driving car but because of age and millage the car is being sold AS-IS.    The new windshield and seal will be installed thursday along with the newley recovered dash pad.  and car will be done at that time.  My husband has told me that if you need time to pick this up. He will keep it inside the shop for up to a month. after that it will be moved out side to make room for other car projects and a 1938 fairchild 24 airplane. 

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