For sale in our Detroit Showroom is this beautiful 1971 Mercury Cougar Convertible. The Mercury Cougar was introduced in 1967 as an upscale version of the Ford Mustang which was built on the same platform and shared similar power train options. The Mercury Cougar was redesigned with a heavier body styling in 1971 which gave it a much classier look compared to earlier models. A boldly prominent center grille and exposed headlights were the features of the new frontal appearance. This 1971 Cougar is powered by the ever popular 351 Cleveland V8 which is known for the huge amount of torque that they produce and with this particular engine only have around 2,500 miles since it was rebuilt definitely has plenty of power. The exterior of this Cougar is stunning with a fresh coat of Midnight Blue high gloss paint that is a perfect match to the black automatic convertible top and black interior. The black interior is in beautiful condition as well from the vinyl seats without a mark on them, to the incredible shine of the black dashboard that looks as new as the day it was made, and the black carpet that has been replaced you will definitely cruise in both comfort and style. Options on this Cougar include Air conditioning, Automatic convertible top, power steering, power brakes, and vinyl interior. A convertible is the ultimate vehicle to enjoy the summer breeze as you are out for a weekend cruise and this 1971 Cougar Convertible is the perfect car to do just that. To view this 1971 Mercury Cougar in greater detail including over 100 HD photos and video please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com or call 313-982-3100 to speak with one of our knowledgeable sales staff.