The new owner of a '68 Cougar X{code}R7
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    The new owner of a '68 Cougar X{code}R7

    Hello all. Just returned home from a great trip were I picked up a Saxony Yellow XR7 with the 390. A 400 mile drive home really let me get use to the car. 😁 Had a small come bit come loose around the rear quarter window and the brake light switch seems to be on the fritz. Super excited to start this next life phase.

    Regards,

    Gaugster (John)
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    Re: The new owner of a '68 Cougar X{code}R7

    Looks good
    Randy Feuillerat

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    Re: The new owner of a '68 Cougar X{code}R7

    Looks very nice in the photos.
    Royce Peterson
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