Mercury Cougar

429 CJ! 1971 Mercury Cougar GT

Denoted as a one-year-only offering is this 429 Cobra Jet equipped 1971 Mercury Cougar GT. Admittedly, it’s not a common find and the seller claims lots of originality that further adds to its rarity. As with many cars, this… more»

Long Roof Survivor: 1977 Mercury Cougar Villager

This 1977 Mercury Cougar Villager station wagon looks longer than it is, but it’s still almost nineteen feet long so be prepared if you don’t have a big garage. Not to mention wielding it in traffic as a daily… more»

Two Engines Included! 1967 Mercury Cougar XR7

Recalling back when the 1967 Mercury Cougar was introduced, it immediately caught my attention. A neighbor had just purchased a new ’67 Mustang and I wasn’t wild about its minor restyling from its ’66 predecessor. I knew the Cougar… more»

Survivor Cat: 1979 Mercury Cougar XR-7

While the Ford Mustang has proceeded in a predictable direction over the last 57 years (except maybe for the Mustang II hullabaloo), its corporate cousin, the Mercury Cougar went all over the board, ultimately ending up somewhat the way… more»

Blue Max Edition: 1988 Mercury Cougar

This 1988 Mercury Cougar Blue Max Edition is one sharp-looking car, if a person wasn’t deadset against the sixth-generation designs, that is. It’s a love-or-hate design and there doesn’t seem like there are many folks in the middle of… more»

All-Original 1967 Mercury Cougar with Factory A/C

It took only a couple years following the introduction of the 1964 ½ Ford Mustang for the pony car craze to explode. For 1967, there were cars to support just about every possible preference. Economical? Yep! Sporty, definitely. Straight-up… more»

289/3-Speed: 1967 Mercury Cougar

When’s a Ford pony car not a Mustang? When it’s similar, but a bit different, Mercury Cougar. Or does that make it a cat car, hmmm? Whatever the case, the Cougar went through many twists and turns over its… more»

Rare 1987 Mercury Cougar 20th Anniversary Edition

The second generation of the Fox Body platform Cougars, the 1983 through 1988 seventh-generation Mercury Cougars, might be considered the sportiest models for the brand in a decade and a half. They always say to buy the nicest example… more»

Limited Number Eliminator! 1970 Mercury Cougar

Cars from the muscle car era came with an entire panoply of names. Some were understated like anything that contained “GT” and some were thought-provoking such as GTO and, 442 – what do those really mean? SS396 was pretty… more»

Dan Gurney Special! 1968 Mercury Cougar

With the Ford Mustang’s ubiquitousness, we could cover them here on Barn Finds 24/7. No doubting their popularity with their sheer production numbers and multiple iterations, there is something in a Mustang for everyone; sort of like Mustangs out… more»

Dan Gurney Special: 1968 Mercury Cougar Project

It’s really too bad that the seller’s photos of this Cougar are so out of focus. It looks like it could be a really great project, but it’s so hard to tell. You can see that there are dents… more»