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Old 05-28-2009, 05:33 PM
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Package tray re&re

Hey folks,
'70 cougar 2dr coupe std interior( i believe) i Was wondering first how to " attach it" to the metal sill. and second what could have been the probable color of it. The headliner is blue, seats blue, doors dash blue, carpet blue, should i assume it were blue as well ? It was in the box's of parts i got with the car 4 years ago, cruddy black looking and really warped.
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Old 05-28-2009, 08:26 PM
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hey , i have a 68 cougar, mine has two clips that grab the front edge of the package tray and push into the front side of the package tray support. i can't help you much with the color . i can tell you i made a new one from hard board that i got from lowes. very easy to cut it to the right width and using a compass to draw the curve back edge , makes it easy to get that to fit as well.
if you check over on the classic cougar forums they might be able to help you with the color. i changed my interior to black so i just painted mine black to match.
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Old 05-29-2009, 08:02 AM
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The best things to use for a package tray are waterproof panel board and PVC foamboard.

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