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Old 01-12-2009, 05:45 PM
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1967 Cougar decal locations

We are performing a stock restoration on a '67 Cougar XR7. Does anyone know where the factory put all the decals? Engine bay stickers, trunk stickers, license plate sticker, etc.

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You might pull out a copy of Mustang Monthly and in the back there is a column by their concours tech writer. He also does Cougar. Drop him an email.
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Thanks I'll look them up on the net.
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These guys are sharp on Cougars. That's their specialty.
http://www.cougarpartscatalog.com/emblems.html
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Thanks Kleen56, that's the West Coast Classic Cougars in Oregon website. We purchased almost all the parts from them, even an excellent condition rear quarter panel & doors (new ones not available). They sold me the decals but unfortunately do not have info on the locations of them.
You are right West Coast Classic Cougars is an excellent company to deal with, they know their stuff. We are very pleased with their service & pricing.
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Your welcome. I would suggest doing a search on google for Cougar Car Clubs. They may help out as well. My father owned a 68 Dan Gurney Special Cougar that my nephew now owns. I love the Cougars, nice cars. I'll see if I can find something else and post it later.
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I just contacted Jim Osbourne Reproductions Inc & talked to Dave. These are the guys who made the decals. Dave told me all the locations, this one is a Detroit car so he gave me all the correct Detroit locations. I'm impressed, great service. Check them out at www.osborn-reproduction.com
The decals should finish it off very nicely.
Thanks for the help guys, I appreciate it.
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