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    I have done a lot of cars over the past 55 years, and RUST isn't fun.

    I don't know what your plan/goal is, but agree finding one where you KNOW for sure rust isn't an issue would be mine. Not to say that this Cougar couldn't work out, but personally I feel there are unknowns, and I would never recommend buying without deeper examination.

    Nice fellow, honest I feel, but doesn't know much about cars, and for sure this one. He admits to such. It has also been my opinion that sometimes a seller will SAY, I'M NOT A CAR GUY AS A WAY TO PROTECT HIMSELF DOWN THE ROAD. In this case I feel he was truthful, he doesn't seem like a car guy to me. I asked him why he bought the car, and he said it has always been his dream to have a 67-68 Cougar, but now finds there are more important things in his life.

    Anyway, don't concern yourself with doing something for me, we stayed downtown and did some things, so it wasn't a hardship.

    My E address is, [email protected]
  2. thanks for the add man if i can ever help let me know
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    No, I wouldn't recommend driving that far for that Cougar. I'll try and describe the stereotype. Used to have a manufacturing plant in Saginaw MI and drove that area every couple of months. Most houses are unkept and if you're not invited don't stop or you'll be met with a shot gun. When one of the household appliances breaks you throw it in the lawn as decoration. Kids are free to leave their toys all over the lawn to add more decoration to the property. The lawn got half mowed last year until the owner hit one of the kids toys and broke the lawn mower. Now the broken lawn mower adds to the decoration theme of the property. Muddy driveway with large pot hole so the kids have a place to catch frogs. I could go on and on , but I think you get the general idea. The Michigan Militia is very strong in this area and his ad stating he will trade for gun kinda fits as well.
    brian
  4. No, not yet. I am talking to this guy http://lansing.craigslist.org/cto/1723706464.html about his. I have a motor and trans. I am trying to leave this afternoon to get it if I can get some others input on it. I don't want to waste 28 hour on a trip. The one you pointed out could be the way to go. I will call and check on it. thanks Greg
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    Did you find a Big Block Cougar? If not this may be a good one with some negotiating.

    http://slo.craigslist.org/cto/1719991215.html

    Kerry
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About CATNAPPIN

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Date of Birth
December 6th, 1966 (52)
About CATNAPPIN
Biography:
Divorced, 2 boys 2 girls
Location:
North Florida
Interests:
late 60's Fords and Mercs
Occupation:
Restorer of Fast Fine Classics
Year:
1968
Model:
standard
Engine:
428
Color:
Legend Lime

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Greg

67 Trans AM tribute race car 351W, 4spd
67 Cougar standard, 289, a/c, 5-SPEED Lime Frost
68 1/2 Cougar Standard 428CJ C-6 Lime Frost/Black
67 XR7 GT 4 speed
68 1/2 Cougar 500 Standard CJ C-6 Polar White/Red
69 Standard Convertible (for sale)
68 XR7 J code C4 PS,PDB, AC, Rear defroster, Tilt, Blue Leather

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