Been awhile since we’ve seen the SuperCat here.
This was pulled from a ’68 issue of Cars Magazine. This is meant to be for framing…and the purple-ish color is the original color of the border. Yikes.
The caption reads:
Wayne Gapp (427 OHC Cougar) pulls a gigonda holeshot on a 427 OHC Fairlane to class at CARS Mag meet.
This image comes courtesy of Daryl Huffman…he of the ‘Gate Job’ restoration.
This is WG’s 1967 Cougar at Milan running a 427 Cammer.
Here’s a pic of the Cougar from early ’68. Looks like the mechanicals are done and they are shaking the vehicle down.
Weather looks cold!
This is slowly turning into one of my favorite vehicles.
I’ve also liked the body style of these late 60’s Cougars, add in a 427 SOHC engine and pretty paint job?
What’s not to like?
Of all the vehicles that my Dad had the SuperCat Cougar is right near the top of my favorite list.
Why? Well…it’s a Cougar. That body style was pretty unique for the time period.
See below. This image is probably from one of the ‘Autorama’ shows that is held at Cobo every year.
The vehicle was powered by a Ford 427 Cammer. Now, I happen to have a soft spot for the Cammer engine for a variety of reasons.