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Cars > Challenges > “The coug” Vs “Pony boy”

 

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1973 Mercury Cougar Xr7

“The coug”

1971 Ford Mustang Convertible

“Pony boy”

 
Photo of: 1973 Mercury Cougar
Photo of: 1971 Ford Mustang

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Head to Head

 

About “The coug”

I bought this Cougar from a nice old man down the street for low cost plus it had less than 65k miles on it. It is all stock, all working, and in excellent condition.

About “Pony boy”

1971 Mustang convertible H code 351 2bl. 97,000 original miles. PS, PB AM Radio. Buckets with console. Original rebuilt engine and transmission. New paint, original colour. New alloy wheels. New exhaust. New top. Original boot for when the tops down. Zero accidents. Zero rust ever! I bought it off the original owner. Have Marti report.

 

Specs for “The coug”

Length: 215.7 in
Width: 79.1 in
Height: 52.8 in
Wheelbase: 114.6 in
Weight: 4641 lbs
Engine: 351 Cleveland
264 HP
Torque: ~367 ft-lbs (it's a rough estimate)

Specs for “Pony boy”

No specifications listed.

 

Factory Options for “The coug”

Air conditioning
Faux leather interior
8-track player (still working)
Power steering
Disk brakes

Factory Options for “Pony boy”

No factory options listed.

 

Mods for “The coug”

After market wheels

Mods for “Pony boy”

No modifications listed.

 

Photo Albums

Lurry has no Car photo albums.

Photo Albums

“Pony boy” has no photo albums.

 

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Points for The coug Total Votes Points for Pony boy
16 6 14

 

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