First, an air cleaner assembly for $12 delivered, now an NOS Cougar electric clock for (what I think) is a darn good price. It's my lucky week, I think.
It sure has. Most of the people that I used to trade parts with or purchase from or see at swap meets now price things according to what they "can get for it on ebay". Has anyone else noticed how many "RARE" parts there are for sale on ebay? : : :Ebay has changed Cougar collecting.
Two of the biggest tricks I know are:baddad said:Being totally new to the online auction world, is there an easy way or area on e-bay where a person can find cougar parts? I have to admit I'm clueless as to how to go about parts shopping there. Also, are trere any other"tricks"as to help not getting the shaft besides what has allready been mentioned? Thanks for the help! I'm a real"newbie" when it comes to this stuff. Bob
Heh! Even MORE of a reason to keep it to myself! Actually, it has nothing to do with Cougars or Mustangs, it's just a human nature trick I figured out.baddad said:Thanks Gents!! I'll give it a try.
66pony: since I also own 2 stangs and a cougar any chance you would share that last trick? (Hey, it's worth a try!!)
How can I find out about parts interchange? I did see a book advertised for stangs, but does anything exist for cougars ?
Thanks again and happy turkey day! Baddad
He ain't kiddin. I've seen his rafters...:eek2:Cougrrcj said:Rktmn,
Back when I was actively playing with my Cats twenty years ago, I bought up a supply of parts that I'd need to put them back together. Now it turns out the NOS parts I have stashed in the rafters are worth more than the whole car.