Views & Specs:
Stock 1967 Mercury Cougar Two-Door Hardtop: offered at $28,500 (current as of April / May 2023)
For questions or offers please email Richard at "RichDraw@hotmail.com".
"Today a 1967 Cougar in good condition is a collector's item." —Lee Iacocca (1984) *
This unrestored Cougar is a fine example of an all-stock, well-maintained and well-preserved classic. It is a strong and enjoyable ride and comes equipped with:
chrome T-handle shifter, C-4 Transmission
working concealed headlamps
factory air-conditioning (currently disconnected)
working sequential rear turn signals
power drum brakes
In 1980 a Ford-authorized remanufactured “short block” was installed by the Lincoln-Mercury dealer. Aside from that engine rebuild at 106,719 miles, this Cougar is largely as it was when it left the factory.
The interior and exterior of this car exhibit only minimal wear. The interior is completely original. Except for the area around a 2005 wheel-well dent repair, the exterior paint is also original.
This is a one-family owned vehicle. It has never been traded or resold. Maintenance receipts and some documents of interest (e.g., Purchase Order, purchaser's canceled check, Owner's Manual) are included.
<160,000 miles/<60,000 mi on new short-block
averages 13.9 mpg
Transmission: C-4 with chrome T-handle shifter
Engine: 289-4V (225 bhp @ 4800 rpm) **
White Sidewall Tires
Power Drum Brakes
Tinted Glass Windshield
Door Plate Data:
Comparable Cougars Currently for Sale:
*p. 86, "Iacocca, An Autobiography", Lee Iacocca and William Novak, Bantam Dell, A division of Random House Inc. New York, New York, 1984
**Ford engine specifications: 289 "A" 1965 - 1967site photo credits: Richard Golueke