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I really enjoyed looking at the pics. I loved the caption on the '68 cougar track pic. The pics of the '68 Cougar brings back many fond memories of mine.

Is that a hood scoop on that 'Cuda, or is there a giraffe sitting on the hood *LOL*?

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The "open track" events I attend are more fun. While a "session" down the drag strip lasted 10 seconds, an Open Track session lasts 15 minutes. Drag racing required a week of work to race on weekends, open track requires checking the tires, brake pads, oil.

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Is that a hood scoop on that 'Cuda, or is there a giraffe sitting on the hood *LOL*?

That was an idea of my partners.... His wife found the scoop at a yard sale and brought it home.... I liked the Hemi Dart style but I crompromised. This WAS 1983

Required tools for operating a Vintage Mustang:
1. Duct Tape
2. J.B. Weld
3. B.F.H. (Big Fat Hammer)
4. VINTAGE MUSTANG FORUMS II
Picture Album Here: http://albums.photopoint.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=1616948&a=12352157
 
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