1967 two door completely original Mercury Cougar, turquoise with white hard top. This car is located in Butte, Montana. This is a two owner car with 61,000 miles and a 289/225 HP V-8 engine; VIN # 7F91C568361. The cougar was just recently serviced and runs great! Clear title in hand.
The Mercury Cougar was introduced in 1967 as the more upscale version of the Ford Mustang. It had more mature styling and upscale interior appointments and rode on a three inch longer wheelbase than the Mustang. Yet despite its greater emphasis on luxury than performance, the Mercury Cougar still managed to make its mark on the American street scene.
2 Door Coupe body type
190.3 inches long
71.2 inches wide
51.8 inches tall
wheelbase of 111.3 inches
The front tread is 58.1 inches and the rear tread is 58.1 inches
Completely original and immaculate turquoise leather interior
The 289 small block engine produces 282 ft.-lbs. of torque at 2,400 rpm and 200 horsepower at 4,400 rpm.
The Cougar came equipped with a fully synchronized automatic transmission. The transmission features three forward gears on one reverse gear. The ratio of the first gear is 2.99:1. The ratio of the second gear is 1.75:1. The ratio of the third gear is 1:1 and the ratio of the reverse gear is 3.17:1.
The 1967 Cougar was equipped with hydraulic self-adjusting drum brakes and a single cable-operated mechanical parking brake. Each drum is 10 inches wide.
The Cougar's fuel tank holds a total of 17 gallons and the transmission holds 3.5 pints of transmission fluid. The cooling system contains 15 quarts of antifreeze and the rear differential contains 4 pints of axle fluid.