I bought a 1970 Cougar 429CJ. According to the dealership 2 were ordered and the one ordered thru their dealership was not picked up. To change the spark plugs the engine had to be jack up. This was not an eliminator. It had Hurst linkage, 4 speed. The car was black, with black interior and a black vinyl roof. The engine was built for NASCAR Mercury Monterey.
Mercury Cougar Eliminator 429 Boss specs
|Curb weight||1718 kg (3788 lbs)|
|Dimensions||4.69 m (185 in) long, 1.90 m (75 in) wide, 1.29 m (51 in) high|
|Wheelbase||2.72 m (107 in)|
|Origin country||United States|
|Engine type||Ford 385-series V-8 429|
|Displacement||7.0 l (429 ci / 7030 cc)|
|Power||380 ps (375 bhp / 280 kw) @ 5200 rpm|
|Torque||610 Nm (450 lb-ft) @ 3400 rpm|
|Power / liter||54 ps (53 hp)|
|Power / weight||221 ps (218 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||355 Nm (262 lb-ft) / t|
|Transmission||4 Speed Manual (3.5 ratio)|
|Layout||front engine, rear wheel drive|
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Rolland Jones 1y ago
Mike B. 3y ago
There were 2 Boss 429 Cougars built for drag racers Dyno Don Nicholson and Fast Eddie Schartman. A 3rd one was built for demo / magazine test purposes. All three were built in 1969 and none of them had the Eliminator Option.
There were NO Boss 429 Cougars built in 1970. The car in the picture is a Competition Orange 1970 Eliminator with a 428 Super Cobra-Jet / C6 Automatic drivetrain.
Super8 9y ago
Only 2 that ever produce by Ford’s Kar Kraft facility. It's the rarest model of Eliminator