Nmbers matching '67 Mercury Cougar, 67,000 original miles, 3rd owner, (289 engine and C-4 automatic transmission rebuilt 900 miles ago).
New paint (original LimeFrost color), new black vinyl top (replaced original), all original interior replaced with period correct headliner, upholstery and carpet. New period correct AM/FM with Auxiliary input (listen to your favorites with personal ipod, mp3, etc.).
Disk brakes in front, Drum brakes in rear, factory air conditioning, New Edelbrock 4-barrel carburator, BF Goodrich Radial TA's with period correct Magnum 500 wheels (Walking Cat inhub). Zero rust!!
Included are all original old parts; carburator, air cleaner, wheels, tires, hubcaps, radio etc. - this is one sweet ride!
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