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I've got a 2001 5-Speed 2.0 4-Cylinder Cougar

Interior is in good condition, and exterior is in good condition other than a couple scratches, dent on roof, and large dent on left. (Sounds worse than it is) Full size spare included.

There are a few things wrong:
No Engine (Blown)
The Shifter Box is Broken (Usable, but needs to be replaced)

There are, however, a few new parts:
Water Pump
Tensioner Pulley
Slave to Master Hydraulic Line (refabricated from original)
1 New Rear Strut
1 Rear Wheel Hub Assembly
Master Cylinder
Thermostat
Serpentine Belt
Timing Belt and Sensors
1 Front Lower Ball Joint
 

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Ten bucks.......
 

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Your best shot is to find a wrecked car being parted out on Craigslist and then do an engine swap. Call the paintless dent guys and see if they can make that monster dent a lot smaller. Good luck, and next time check the oil.
 

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The oil was changed the same week that it overheated. I check all of my fluids frequently. I'm trying to get rid of any parts that anyone might want before I junk it, unless someone wanted the frame/body.
 

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You need to try the new cougar site - this one is for older 67-71 primarily......good luck

Warped heads is very common on yours.....pretty expensive repair
 
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