dr.art

new guy from Murfreesboro

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IMG_0814.MOVthe cougar is a 302 based sbf , roller motor , trick flowhead , forged pistons  bla bla bla @ 400 hp , build aod , 3:80posi rear , gets out of it's own way nicely.

the white car is a 64 falcon, this will be turbo smallblock, 5-spd , 8.8 rear , mini-tubs ------long way to go on that one

 

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17 minutes ago, dr.art said:

Disney

this is Art from Nissan ,

what did you do with the Cougar you had

 

Ahhh! Makes sense now...

My Dad and step mother have a 68 Cougar that her mom bought new. They just wanted to drive it more and wanted EFI. I did a 1992 5.0 HO and AOD. Ended up rebuilding some suspension, brakes and steering to make it safer. I need to make a build thread, I have plenty of pics.

 

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I think he wants to weld them to the roof of his rat Falcon I rebuilt for himFullSizeRender side 1.jpg

He said he was gonna jb weld one to the dash and give the other to his brother lol

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Cool.  One of my good friends has the same thing going on in his garage, except his Falcon is a 1963.  His 68 Cougar is grey with the same wheels as yours.  He's running a 302/Tremec 6 speed/Currie 9" in his Cougar. 

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AH ok...not sure why my brain went Galaxie...smallest Galaxie ever made.  Very nice set of garage mates for sure!  Look forward to seeing the turbo falcon when its coming together!

Matt

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50 minutes ago, higherpowerracing said:

It's actually sitting at my shop waiting on restoration. emoji1.png

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Edit: Found it.

I wish I'd had the cash top buy it. Definitely would have been a Turbo Coyote swap going on in  the future...

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