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Interested in selling my 1967 Mercury Cougar XR7. It is definitely more of a restomod than a correct restoration vehicle. It originally came with a 289 and three speed but now has a modified 351 Cleveland and AOD transmission from mustang gt. Drove the car into my garage in '09 from body shop and it has sat parked ever since. I bought it in '07 and have over $8000 invested. For sale for $5000. Here are the details.

ENGINE - Rebuilt in the 90's with less than 500 miles since rebuild
Block is a 1971 Cleveland (not sure if two bolt or four bolt mains)
10:1 compression flat top pistons with .030 over bore
Camshaft is Erson grind around 292 duration and .500 lift
Rhoades hydraulic variable duration lifters
Rare 4v heads that were completely rebuilt with intake manifold gasket porting
Edelbrock Performer intake with 750 Holley Carb
Hooker headers with heat wrap
MSD electronic ignition with billet distributor and 6A box

TRANSMISSION - Brand New AOD from 1993 Mustang GT
Trans Go Shift Kit
Brand new 2300-2500 HD Stall converter from Monster Transmissions
B&M Transmission Cooler
B&M Slap Shifter

BRAKES - Four wheel powered disk brakes
Wilwood adjustable distribution block and all new brake lines

REAR - Chevy 12 bolt from truck (used for the disk brake conversion)
Believe it has 3.73 gears

BODY - Body is in good condition
Brand new front and rear valance.
Quarters and trunk are solid
Installed hood scoop
Body was painted in 2009 and has been parked ever since
Needs to be reassembled from paint

INTERIOR - Seat are in great condition (no rips)
New package tray in back
Some new guages on dash
Dash is in good condition
Headliner needs to be replace
Door panels need to be reinstalled

WHEELS - Torque Thrust wheels (need to be polished from sitting)
Four new tires

Floor boards are solid but were crudely repaired with some sort of sheet metal.

Frame is in great shape - has aftermarket frame rail connectors installed

New taillights and electronic signal converter box

I have all trim and peices needed to finish reassembing the car.

Car has very few miles and spent all time in my garage.

I purchased the car with Bill of Sale and completed 90% of Title process with NJDMV. Lost interest in project and never completed.

Car is located in Phillipsburg, NJ.
 
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