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1962 Mercury Monterey S-55 406/405HP Tri-Power 4-Speed Barn Find Muscle Car
30-Year stored barn find, just unveiled. Very rare full-sized American Muscle Car, the 2nd half of the model year 1962 brought the introduction of FoMoCo's top production engine, the 406/405HP 3x2bbl. V8 shoehorned into the Mercury Monterey. It is said that less than 124 of these full-sized Mercurys were special-optioned with this powerful triple carbureted motor, paired with the factory 4-speed manual and special order 4.11 axle. This is a Mercury holy grail, fresh from a 30-year barn storage approximately 10 years ago. The car received a partial restoration and is now available for sale. We hope you enjoy this informal video of a special classic car, the 1962 Mercury Monterey S-55 G code 406 Tri-Power. Special thanks to Bill Daughtry - Samspace81

1967 Mercury Cougar GT (Stock #SM3283)
It's classic car month at Sabeti Motors and we are featuring a sporty blue 1967 Mercury Cougar GT with only 66,972 miles on it. A fun-to-drive 390 V8 with manual transmission, the Cougar has a ton of driving appeal. Leather bucket seats, custom wheels, a tachometer, dual Exhaust, sporty black stripe down the hood with custom paint, power outlets, an am/fm radio, disc brakes (that's a great upgrade to have, by the way), intermittent wipers, and fog lights are a few features to love. This Cougar is an American favorite muscle car with a 390 Marauder V8 engine. When it was first introduced, its design was based on the Ford Mustang with a 3 inch longer wheel base and new sheet metal. A full-width divided grille with hidden head lamps and vertical bars define the front. It was sometimes called the "electric shaver grille". At the rear, a similar look has the license plate surrounded on both sides with vertically slotted grille work that hides the tail lights with sequential turn signals. Mercury made an effort to make the Cougar look more "European" than the Mustang. Besides the base model and the luxurious XR-7, only one performance package was available for either model--the sporty GT. This is the only generation that has covered head lights. The GT package includes an FE-series big block, along with an upgraded suspension to handle the extra weight of the big engine. It also gives better handling, more powerful brakes, better tires, and low-restriction Exhaust system. The Cougar was Motor Trend magazine's Car of the Year for 1967. Also in 1967, renowned NASCAR racecar builder, Bud Moore, campaigned Mercury Cougars in the Trans-AM series with Ford Motor Company support. The team featured superstar drivers such as Team Captain Dan Gurney, Parneli Jones, Peter Revson, David Pearson, and Ed Leslie. This added to Mercury's sales and Boosted the Cougar's popularity. For more information on this Cougar, visit our website at or come in and see it in person at the dealership. When you come in, tell them Jordan sent you!

Muscle Car Of The Week Video Episode #177: 1969 Mercury Cougar XR-7 428 Cobra Jet Convertible - The Mercury Cougar was intended to be an upscale ride, targeting a more sophisticated buyer than a typical Muscle Car. However, as Mercury soon found out, even sophisticates like big horsepower! This 1969 Cougar XR-7 428 Cobra Jet convertible is tire burning proof. From The Brothers Collections. FACEBOOK:

1967 Mercury Cougar 289 V8
I thought you might like a look at this very cool 1967 Mercury Cougar. It's powered by a 289 V8, backed by a 3 spd automatic. It's equipped with hideaway headlights, a hood scoop, rear spoiler, etc. It could use a little work here and there, but overall, it's a great looking car. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for watching! The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link: ippi.mp3