Available for sale at our Redmond Or. facility of Cool Classic rides, is this very nice and very clean 1967 Mercury Cougar. This car has spent its entire life in the Washington State. We purchased this car in very original condition, with original paint, interior and very rare factory hood scoop. The interior was left in the original condition, with great upholstery, carpet, and dash. The seats are in perfect condition. The exterior has been repainted back to its original color, and the body is very straight. This 1967 beauty was the first year of the Mercury Cougar, this was mercury's answer to the pony car world, and this was also their very bestselling car ever made. From its great bucket seat interior, to its super cool flip up head lights, and sequential tail lights, this 1967 Mercury Cougar has forever been a very desirable, and very collectible car. This great, beautiful collector car is equipped with its original 289 engines and automatic transmission. This 1967 Cougar, runs and drives great, with plenty of fun, power. This green machine is also standing on new wheels, and tires, with a perfect rake, to give it a super old school, cool look. This car is very original, and much unmolested. This was also a very early production number, being produced in September of 1966. Everything on this beautiful late 60s classic seems to work, as it should, the headlights, tail lights, Gauges, all seem to work well. We look all over the country for these clean classic cars. They are getting very hard to find. We take allot of pride in turning over allot of rocks, to get them. This is a very nice example of that. At cool classic rides, we are trying very hard to keep the love of classic cars alive and well, and moving on to the next generations. We take great pride in selling very nice, very clean, drivers, that will look good at any cruise in, or just driving on the open road. This classic 67 will fit both of those bills very nicely. We are pricing this 1967 Mercury Cougar at a very reasonable price of $15,500.00 This is allot of Collectable car, for that price. We always welcome private showroom appointments and professional inspections. We are also available any time with questions. Feel free to call Kelly at 503-784-8876 or Ross at 541-420-1448 to talk cars. We can also assist with your transport needs and with Classic Car finance options. You can see this and our entire inventory on our YOUTUBE CHANNEL... COOL CLASSIC RIDES...... Thank you for looking ........ Enjoy the ride
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This historic vehicle was purchased at a Barrett-Jackson Auction, where it was the Hagerty Fantasy Car Bid of the Day.
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