We all know, it is blessed to own a classic muscle car. To enjoy every day in the roar of the V8 engine, the smell of the gasoline, burn rubber and the struggle to beat that one second at the 1/4 mile run. However, from a different perspective, every enthusiast knows that it can be a real nightmare.
Today we have a story about this beautifully restored 1967 Mercury Cougar. Mike, the owner of this Cougar explains what he had goad through, to make this Cougar rust free and functional. As a matter of fact, he needed 12 years to restore it.
The 289 cubic-inch V8 engine that was originally installed in this 1967 Mercury Cougar, he replaced with a 351 Windsor. Also, Mike has replaced the 3-speed automatic, for 4-speed manual trans, and installed the awesome 17-inch Cragar eliminator wheels, which give an awesome stance to this car.