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    Posted: 15-October-2006 at 10:54AM
I nedd a few parts to restore one and finish the other couar wagon I have. I particularly need door weatherstrips top and tail gate weather strip. Does anyone have a clue where to find weather striping for these land yachts of the road ? Thanks for the help. From Sonny in sunny Florida
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05-December-2006 at 6:58AM
The door seals aren't too tough to come by, but the top and tailgate weatherstrip are nearly impossible to find.  If you have the ones that were originally on your car, Steele Rubber company may be interested in copying them.  If they do, I'd be on the list to get one a supply as well.

Let me know if you are going to do this, because I've been looking for the same thing for a while and not finding anything.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05-December-2006 at 7:50AM
The guy on ebay who sells the complete weatherstripping kit for the 72-76 Torino.. I emailed him about making stuff for a 77-79 car.. He said he would, if I sent him mine, and he got rights to them, and he'd send me a free set/use me as R&D.

I assume they are imported, but in this case, something is better than nothing!! Ask him.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-January-2007 at 2:58PM
I can't believe you have two 77 Cougar wagons. I have been looking for a Cougar (or Montego) Villager for years.  Tell me, do they have woodgrain?  If I saw one I would be in heaven. :)  I guess I should just be content with my 75 Elite.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-January-2007 at 5:03PM
Did you ever email that guy DraginWagon?
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77 XR7 460/C6/3.00:1 *SOLD*
78 XR7 523/C6/3.5:1
79 F100 460/TKO500/3.25:1
'I also have some left over potatoes-I understand you can generate electricity from them'- Foote500
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13-February-2007 at 10:40AM
Sent  an email about making seals and he said to send him a set and he would see about getting them made. Recouping from an operation right now but hope to get them sent off after the 1st of the month.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14-February-2007 at 1:45AM
My friend has a Cougar wagon specific site http://www.cougarsw.flacarshows.com 
It has Wagon photos, mine are in need of updating. There are 6 Cougar wagons in Florida we know about. My 2, Barrys 1, 2 in Miami and one spotted in the Tampa area. 2 from Michigan and 1 in Australia. 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19-February-2007 at 3:04AM
Sonny, let us know how it turns out.
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77 XR7 460/C6/3.00:1 *SOLD*
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79 F100 460/TKO500/3.25:1
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