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  1. Classic Cougar Bodywork
    Hello All, This is my first time posting. I recently got a '70 XR7. I have been slowly trying fix restore the car back. I removed the rear bumper because it some rust on it and I thought I might be able to clean it up. I have been using a couple of methods (000 steel wool and water...
  2. Classic Cougar Tech
    Since no one reproduces 1969/1970 Cougar outer wheelhouses this is the solution I came up with… For most of the wheelhouse I made a 90 degree piece of 18 gauge sheet metal an cut slits in it so I could bend it to fit along the edge of the wheelhouse. I had to cut it into smaller pieces...
  3. Classic Cougar Bodywork
    Hey guys you've probably all seen this as some time. My passenger side rain rail in rotted out right in the middle. I've chipped off as much rust as I can with a small chissel, then used a wire brush, after that I put of some rust petrifier. I didn't do any sanding yet or anything. Whats my...
  4. Classic Cougar Tech
    I'm having trouble with my cooling, and it sounds like it may be a rust-filled radiator. When I bought the car the coolant was brown and contained rust flakes. I have replaced the fluid. The car stays cool (right in the center of the gauge) in town, but after a few minutes on the highway the...
  5. Rear Window Frame Drain Hole

    After this repeat rust repair it was time to eliminate the standing water in the window frame. I'll use flexible tubing inside the trunk to drain any water out the bottom of the rear quarters.
  6. Vinyl top replacement & rust repair

    Here's the top in primer and POR-15.
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