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cougarguy
    
looking for someone to breakdown vin #
1967 mercury cougar,stick shift car,body parts and others available also.! vin #CF91C568 (line 2) 65A X 2D (23B or 238) 53 0 1 Also it is a 3 spd. car bought to switch my auto. over to standard shift. Bought for bell housing, linkage, fly wheel, really want to go 5 spd. 4, at least..I know I will also be changing trans. crossmember, and cut or get other drive shaft, does this seam feasible by the way car and doner car are 289ci.
posted: August 20, 2011
 
    
 
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56merc
    
CF91C568

The first digit in your VIN # should be a 7 (not C)
7 - 1967
F - made in Dearborn, MI.
91 - Cougar 2 Door Hardtop
C - 289 V8
568 - production sequence
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www.oldride.com/library/1967_mercury_cougar.html
posted:  August 22, 2011
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spribish
    
you can also get additional info about trim codes etc at www.loves-fords.cm
posted:  September 1, 2011
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