Zoom Classic Cars is pleased to present this 1 owner 1973 Mercury
Cougar XR7 Convertible Q code. This car is equipped with a rare 351
Cleveland COBRA JET Engine with a 4 Speed Transmission and Hurst
shifter. Bright Yellow paint with Black convertible top and brown
vinyl interior. 93K original miles. MARTI report indicates that
only 64 cars were built with this color combination and equipped
with the CJ equipment package, with less being convertibles Also
was factory equipped with AM/8 Track Radio but owner switched it
out for a factory AM/FM radio some time ago. Whereabouts of 8 track
is unknown. Always garged since new. Body and paint are in overall
excellent condition. Top is in great condition with no rips or
tears. Interior is complete and in overall very good condition. The
driver's seat has a tear as shown and the rear passenger panel
needs to be repainted. Car has power steering and power assist
brakes. Factory AM/FM radio. Clean undercarriage featuring dual
exhaust with cherry bomb mufflers. Body is very solid and all
chrome and badging is intact and in good condition. Cragar wheels.
With 3,165 built, the 1973 XR-7 Convertible was the most popular
Cougar drop-top ever. The scarce 1973 Convertibles offer open-car
fun and V-8-power. Car does start but was last driven and
registered in 2019 and will need to be gone through and detailed.
Car is stored near Boston MA and will require advance notice to be
viewed. Please call Jeff if you have any questions. Thanks for
1973 Mercury Cougar XR7
Location:Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
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