1972 Mercury Cougar Convertible
During the 1970s and 1980s the Mercury Cougar was advertised as
"The sign of the cat" and always considered to be more luxurious
than its sister brand the Ford Mustang.
We have a beautiful and rare 1972 Mercury Cougar XR7 in red livery
with a contrasting white XR7 interior and white power convertible
top here at Adventure Classics.
Engine & Drivetrain
This 1972 Mercury Cougar XR7 convertible is powered by the factory
correct Cleveland 351 cubic inch V8 engine with a 2-barrel carb. It
looks factory original with its factory blue air cleaner assembly,
blue valve covers, factory intake, three-speed automatic
transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, air conditioning
and all sitting in a very clean and detailed engine
It rides on 14" factory Mercury Magnum Wheels with proper Mercury
center caps, white wall radial tires, sporty suspension, and great
sounding exhaust system.
The XR7 package was the top of the line for the Cougar so it is
very loaded. It has white high back bucket seats, black center
console, dash with wood trim and a Rally Gauge cluster with in-dash
tachometer, AM/FM stereo radio system, tilt steering column,
factory sport wood trim steering wheel, black carpet and Red Logo
Cougar floor mats, and of course, the white power convertible
Out XR7 has that correct factory Code 2B Bright Red exterior
pouring over a great body with white body side molding, sequential
taillights, white power convertible top with boot, great chrome
front and rear bumpers, iconic Cougar grill and XR7 badging, and
great trim and glass.
The rare 1972 Mercury Cougar we have here at Adventure Classics is
a serious styled upscale XR7 convertible that is very
It is a great classic droptop at a good price and sure to escalate
in value in the coming years.
Call or email us at:
(727) 688-1148 OR (727) 580-9919