1969 Mercury Cougar "Eliminator" Bright Blue Metallic with Bright Blue Interior. Original S code 390 V-8 with Rare 4 Speed Close Ratio Transmission. Options include Eliminator Group, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Traction-Loc Differential, Center Console, AM Radio, Decor Group, Remote Driver's Side Mirror, Heavy Duty Suspension and Chrome Styled Steel Wheels with BFG White Letter Radials. The Eliminator Equipment Package included high-back bucket seats, Rally gauge cluster with factory Tach, front and rear spoilers, blacked-out grille, hood scoop, body-side stripe and emblem decal, and 3.50:1 performance axle. In addition, the Eliminator D�cor Group included curb molding, Rim Blow steering wheel, custom door trim, rear seat arm rests, door-mounted courtesy lights and padded interior moldings. This is a tight driving REAL DEAL Eliminator Documented with Deluxe Marti Report.
Mercury Cougar was Ford Mustang’s higher-achieving but less-successful sibling.
This historic vehicle was purchased at a Barrett-Jackson Auction, where it was the Hagerty Fantasy Car Bid of the Day.
At first glance, this great-looking 1967 Mercury Cougar XR7 coupe seemed like the kind of low-mileage survivor that spent most of its life hanging out in the garage.
When is a classic Ford Mustang not a Mustang? When it is a Mercury Cougar. The Mercury Cougar was a more luxurious version of the Mustang and offered a nicer interior.
I am the second owner of this car purchased in 1976 from a retired Air Force colonel who had been stationed at Tinker Air Force Base in Midwest City, Oklahoma.
Prices may continue to soar at collector car auctions, but the June report of the Hagerty Market Rating sustained its largest decline in the past 14 months.
I was looking for some kind of pickup truck, but in a car lot in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, there was this Big Cat!
In 1967, Mercury officially entered the Pony Car arena with the introduction of their Cougar models.
The all-original, low-mileage NASCAR special was owned by one family