Gateway Classic Cars of Indianapolis is proud to present this 1968
Mercury Cougar! Dubbed the "Ironman" for its paint scheme that
unintentionally matched up to the iconic Marvel hero, this 68
Cougar is all the hype! Having been the first highest grossing
nameplate ever produced by the Mercury flagship with a 34-year run,
second only to the Grand Marquis, it is safe to say this car is a
true icon among the classic car enthusiasts. Moving under the hood,
this cat is complete with a rebuilt 351 H.O. with a � race
Edelbrock Cam. The motor has just over 800 miles on the rebuild,
sporting new pistons, rings, bearings and valves. All powering a
4-speed automatic transmission. Enjoy some modernity with this
classic car such as 4-wheel disc power brakes, power steering and
new pleated dark red & grey upholstery. The headlight doors were
also upgraded from the often-problematic vacuum lines to electric
modules for a better functioning headlight door, without any of the
choppy slow motion. Style was not ignored with the eye-catching
bullet wheels shining under the red-clarks paint with gold accents.
This car will catch all the attention and is truly enjoyable to
drive for anyone looking to give it a new home! For more
information contact our Indianapolis showroom at (317) 688-1100 or
[email protected] To see more HD photos and an
HD video of the vehicle running and driving please visit
1968 Mercury Cougar
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