Adam's 67 Cougar
Adam's Cougar started out as many other projects do. It was halfway disassembled and had sat outside for a while before we got a hold it. We finished the disassembly and smoothed the firewall before we sent it off to blasting and paint. Anacapa soda blasting handled the blasting. Then it went to Paint By Kevin for body and paint. Once it came back from paint we started to reassemble the project. The front suspension consists of Global West tubular control arms and springs, Bilstein shocks, and Baer brakes. The rear features a rebuilt 8" ford with 3.80 gears and a posi. The rear is hung by Eaton springs and Bilstein shocks help control it. Baer brakes were also fitted on the rear. The drivetrain consists of a Hawaii Racing built 347 small block. Outfitted with aluminum heads and intake for a little extra performance. A March front drive provides all the needed power for the power steering, hydro boost, air conditioning, and 140 amp alternator. A Griffin aluminum radiator equipped with a Spal fan helps keep it all cool. The interior has been upgraded with Autometer gauges and Vintage Air A/C. This car is a really nice driver. The combination of parts worked out very well. A happy mix of performance, handling, and braking makes it a joy to cruise around in!