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Cars > Challenges > “Cooter” Vs “The Beretta”

 

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93xr7merc

M–26
Krakow, Wisconsin
United States

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95BerettaBase

M–29
St. Charles, Michigan
United States

 

1993 Mercury Cougar XR-7

“Cooter”

1995 Chevrolet Beretta Base

“The Beretta”

 
Photo of: 1993 Mercury Cougar

No longer owned

Photo of: 1995 Chevrolet Beretta
 

Head to Head

 

About “Cooter”

it was my first car got it with only 80000 miles on it. it was my dads car and i paid him $500 for it. but it needed a transmission. i ended up selling it cuz of rust it only had 100000 when i sold it but the body was shot really miss my cougar car was built on a high schoolers buget

About “The Beretta”

I bought this car in 2001 when I was in high school. I drove it and loved it right away. I took care of it and made sure that everything was always maintained and it has never let me down, even with 283,000 miles on her. I have always paid for everything on it & I have put a lot of time in it so the car means a lot. There are a lot more plans in store for her and I don't think they will end any time soon.

She is currently sitting in my garage awaiting a complete rebuild. I haven't had her on the road for a year.

 

Specs for “Cooter”

Seventh generation Cougar
232ci, 3.8l v6, 140 base hp
AOD 4-speed automatic transmission

Wheelbase: 113.0 in (2870 mm)
Length: 199.9 in (5077 mm)
Width: 72.7 in (1847 mm)
Height: 52.5 in (1334 mm)
Curb weight: 3528 lb (1600 kg) with V6

Specs for “The Beretta”

-3100 V6 rated at 155 HP
-185 tq
-4T60E 4 speed Automatic Transmission
-FE1 Suspension

 

Factory Options for “Cooter”

power window
power locks
driver and passanger power 6 way seats
power radio intena
A/C
independent rear suspension,
EFI

Factory Options for “The Beretta”

-Base cluster (Gas,Temp,Speedo)
-Power Door Locks
-Tilt wheel with cruise control
-Rear Defrost
-Center console with storage bin
-AM/FM Cassette Player

 

Mods for “Cooter”

Repainted the stock rims
repainted rockers
amarican racing rims
old school cougar emblem on top of my 3rd brake light
when the 3rd brake light turns on it says cougar
Foglights
a light in my frount bumper cover when on it say's mercury
2 boston 12 inch subs
1200w fusion class D amp
sony xplod deck
two 6*9 pineers 3 way speakers in the doors
custom duel exhaust
"cougar" window baner

Mods for “The Beretta”

Appearance:
-215/45/17 BF Goodrich Scorcher T/A Tires
-17" American Racing Wheels
-Keyless Entry with Alarm
-Shorty Antenna
-Sunroof
-Solid Grill from Z26 (need to paint & install)
-Limo Tint in Back Windows
-Z26 Full Gauge Cluster
-Fold Down Back Seat
-Clear Sidemarkers
-Hood Bra
-Headlight Covers
-Blue Reverse Lights

Performance:
-Flowmaster 40 Series Muffler
-Tranzgenic Cold Air Intake

Suspension:
-Custom Billet Aluminum Strut Tower Brace(courtesy of MRZ Performance)
-Eibach Pro Kit Springs (need to install)
-KYB GR2 Struts (need to install)
-KYB Gas-Adjust Shocks (need to install)

Audio:
-Pioneer Premier Headunit
-Clarion 6x9's
-2 12" Rockford Fosgate HE's
-Pioneer 450 watt Amp.

Future Ideas
-3400 SFI V6
-Garnet Z26 seats
-Cowl hood from USBody.com
-Underdrive Pulley
-New camshaft from JEGS
-New 17" Wheels (black)
-BMW E-36 Headlights
-Remote Trunk
-Poly Motor & Transmission Mount

 

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Points for Cooter Total Votes Points for The Beretta
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