1969 Cougar XR7 Convertible 351

77,000 original miles New convertible top, new paint, basic mechanical updates, cleaned up the interior, detailed the instrument panel and engine compartment and this car is ready for the road.

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1969 Cougar XR7 Convertible at Mecum Auction 2012





1969 Mercury Cougar XR7 Convertible - $15,850
Nice looking senior owned 1969 Mercury Cougar XR7 Convertible. Gold on gold, powered by a 351 that was just rebuilt 5K ago. Overall miles are 108K. The transmission was rebuilt at the same time as the motor, it has a new carb, new electronic ignition, new dual Exhaust, new tires, new gas tank, steel spoke wheels, new suspension, new brake rotors, calipers, new wheel bearings, new tie rod ends, new ball joints, new top and brand new cylinders for the top, new bumpers and door handles and a new stereo, with an amplifier in the trunk. According to everything we can find, there were only 4,024 of these manufactured. This is a steel of a deal on a virtually new car, come get it fast everything's done—just drive and enjoy! Vehicle information above is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. All vehicles are offered subject to an inspection and an appraisal if desired. Financing is available through JJ Best Banc. Delivery arrangements are available. Please call 503-855-4345 or 1-888-597-6719 for more information.





American Muscle Car - The Mercury Cougar
American Muscle Car - The Mercury Cougar http://www.Mustang.org.au





Cougar Buying Guide Ep.1 - 1970 XR-7 Convertible 428 CJ
Having recently bought a 1970 Mercury Cougar XR7 Convertible with a 428 Cobra Jet, Don started going over the car with a fine-toothed comb and discovered a few things he didn't notice when he first inspected the car with the seller. This was the inspiration for this video, in which we spend some time looking at some of the details, like a forensics team, to find out some important details about this car (both good and bad). This time, we don't spend any time looking at matching numbers and date codes and engine "correctness" (sharp-eyed viewers will notice the incorrect oil pan... the engine block in this car turned out to be a 390 that was bored out and had the Cobra Jet heads and manifolds bolted on). Our main focus here is to evaluate structural integrity and bodywork. When it comes to expensive and involved repairs, it doesn't get much worse than bodywork, so you want to make sure the car you're looking at is as straight and rust-free as possible. We hope this video proves helpful! Keep these hints in mind the next time you go to look at a classic car, Cougar convertible or otherwise. Some of the info here is specific to Cougars, but much of it applies to other classic cars as well. Looking for Cougar parts? We have everything 1967-1973. Visit http://www2.cougarpartscatalog.com Also, like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WestCoastClassicCougar




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