BillBoard wrote: »
popping mollys.. im sweatin'
arries289 wrote: »
Def a unique ride....looks great.
ricards2 wrote: »
Those wheels look sweet. Looking forward to seeing more updates and pics.
Finny wrote: »
wow! i love the two tone! looks amazing!
It’s been a sucky year for The Cougar. First got hit on the quarter panel on two separate occasions then woke up to this a few weeks later. Whoever did it didn’t leave a note or anything ?
Anyways since COVID, I’ve had more free time on my hands so I decided its a good time to start the swap. Got the blue wagon running smooth after a de’vac. Here is the engine bay after a power wash. Will be using it as my daily.
Finished doing what I had to do with the motor. Also found a picture of an intake manifold on a old brochure so I had Prennro make a decal out of it.
We finally dropped the old motor last weekend. Going to miss this little motor, if it wasn’t leaking oil everywhere I’d be having second thoughts. I’m thinking about rebuilding and sticking it in the other one. We will see.
So I’ll try to be as detailed as I can for those who think b-series and k-series are overrated lol. From what I’ve read I can use the mounts I have and just hammer in a part of the shock tower and it will fit right in. Obviously I have to rewire everything and change a few things with the fuel system. I’ll keep you all posted.
Dude. I can't believe your wagon was hit! Multiple times?! What is happening?
Very excited to see new motor installed tho...
thats just terrible to wake up too people need tp pay attention while driving, cant wait to see more updates
Street parking is involved in most of my nightmares.
Cant wait to see how the ZC turns out. I had that motor in the first wagon I ever bought and loved it. I feel like the hp rating from the factory might have been understated.