Please visit www.Survivor-Cars.com for additional photos,
information and a video. The Mercury Cougar was the sister car of
the Ford Mustang and was introduced to the world in 1967.
Basically, if you take a Mustang body and add some sequential
taillights and hideaway headlights, you've got the start of a
Mercury Cougar! Those exterior changes along with the split grill
look, Mercury and Cougar emblems and different bumpers and more
make these look different enough that a lot of people don't even
realize it's the same platform. The exterior wears its original
Trafalgar Blue paint and a set of Cragar SS wheels. The interior
has black vinyl bucket seats, a center console, deluxe seat backs,
seat belts and original AM radio. Perhaps the most exciting part of
this car is that it came with the optional "A" code 289 V8 engine.
This bumped the horsepower from 200 to 225 with a 4-barrel
carburetor. It is backed by an automatic transmission and 3.00
gears from the factory. Power steering makes this Cougar easy for
anyone to drive. With some low production numbers, you will have
plenty to talk about at car shows. Like how this 1967 Cougar is one
of only 1,046 made in this color combination. Or how less than 1 in
5 received this engine and transmission combination. How about that
only 3,637 hardtops of the 150,893 went to the Seattle DSO. With
that in mind, you won't likely run into another Cougar like this
when you're out showing it off around town. This vehicle is
eligible for an Extended Service Contract through Classic Vehicle
Protection. Please visit www.Survivor-Cars.com/warranty for more
information. For additional information on this and our other
classic and collectible cars for sale, please visit
www.Survivor-Cars.com. For assistance please call the office at
941-845-4461, text our cell phones at 813-358-8830, or email us at
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