10.5W Cougar Wheelstand
Tony Malone's 1967 Cougar bracket car goes for a flight at North Star Dragway in Denton, TX on July 12, 2008. Powered by a 393 small block on alcohol through 29.5 x 10.5W tires...with a 150 shot of Nitrous. Car bent and broke some parts on the landing but should be back in two weeks!
Nitro methane Mustang runs 6.14
Mission 2009, I just couldn't help myself.... I abandoned Tim and Sharon at the pits and ran to catch this 'stang during this exhibition run. It was the second time it ran and my nose and eyes were crying both times... sorry 'bout the shake... the track guys told me the tripod had to go "in case something bad happens...." "I love the smell of nitro at the track in the afternoon..."
QK's Cougar 1967 XR-7
Burnout Mercury Cougar 1967 XR-7 Notese que los botadores ya no andan bien :( autos clasicos
1967 Mercury Cougar XR7
A 1967 Mercury Cougar XR7. 302 V8, C4, Aluminum Heads, Roller Rockers, Roller Cam, 4V, AC, PS, PB. Restoration was completed in 2006. Originally purchased in Ontario California. Purchased from Weber & Cooper Lincoln/Mercury in late 1967. I purchased the car in 1988 and drove it for a few years. Full restoration started in 1994. Now it isa weekend and summer day recreational driver. This video was taken using a digital still camera so the quality is not as good as I had hoped for.
Bonneville SSEi vs '67 Cougar
My brother, dad and I were all heading to a local cruise in and by chance my dad and I lined up at the light. Dad never looked over at me so I wasn't sure, but usually he messes around for fun. My brother has the camera driving the '93 Bonneville SSE behind me. So the light turns green and I launched. I got to around 60-70mph and let off because I thought dad didn't get on it. Of course as soon as I let off I realized he was a'comin' quickly. But by then it would have only created problems had I got back on it since the road narrows to one lane and we would have got there at the same time, so I had to let him go. Turns out he was just fooling with me, letting me get out and then reeling me back in, however had I stayed on it, I would have still been ahead. So obviously in his eyes he won, I think I had him for where we were, but the Cougar is without a doubt much quicker, not denying that.
Restoration of 1967 Mercury Cougar
700hrs of restoration compressed into 3.5 minutes... turn up the volume and enjoy the ride! Thanks for your comments... it's always nice to hear from fellow muscle car era afficiandos. Cheers.