2021 Videos About the Mercury Cougar
Below, you will find a listing of professional grade videos about the Mercury Cougar that were uploaded in 2021.
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Ford (US) – 2000 Mercury Cougar – Mercury Unplugged (1999)
December 15, 2021
Discover the essence of the Mercury vehicles you sell. Mystique: • Exhilarating Driving • Versatile Nature • Secure Environment • Enhanced Comfort
1967 Mercury Cougar XR7 XR-7 in Black & Engine Sounds on My Car Story with Lou Costabile
November 9, 2021
On “My Car Story” we’re in the West Suburbs of Chicago IL on 10-30-21.
We’re looking at a 1967 Mercury Cougar XR-7 in Black Paint. This car has the factory 289 CI V8 engine.
The car’s Owner is Ron Mahnke. Ron’s had the car since 1982. Ron shares he felt the Mercury was the Big Brother to the Mustang and that was the car that appealed to him more. He had this car restored and it looks good.
Here’s How the Mercury Cougar Tried to be More Than a Rebadged Ford
My Old Car
In this episode, I provide the history of the Mercury Cougar, which began in 1967 sharing the Ford Mustang platform, then later switching to the Ford Fox body, as well as sharing the Ford Thunderbird platform, until finally becoming a completely different sporty compact before its end after a 35-year run.
Redline Rides: 1977 Mercury Cougar
October 4, 2021
This is our first episode of Redline Rides. An interview with Tony and his 1977 Mercury Cougar.
Wayne Andrews – Greenfield Village, Dearborn 2017
May 9, 2021
1968 Mercury Cougar Introduction
Mac’s Motor Coity Garage
March 13, 2021
Presentation by race car driver Wayne Andrews about his racing career recorded at the 2017 Cougar Club of America 50th Anniversary Show Dinner, Greenfield Village, Dearborn MI.
The Now Forgotten 1979 Mercury Cougar XR-7 Was Peak Malaise And A Short Lived Sales Success For Ford
March 2, 2021
Mercury has always been considered the Jan Brady of the car world – the dreaded middle child. Created by Edsel Ford in 1938 to bridge the sizable gap between Ford’s top model and Lincoln’s cheapest, Mercury’s mission never really changed until its eventual demise in 2011. Ford still retains the rights to bring the company back someday, but nothing of the sort is in sight. For now, Mercury is no more.
And that’s a shame, because some of Ford’s coolest products came from this division, most notably the Cougar. Marketed as an upmarket pony car built on the Mustang platform, the Cougar had its own shape, its own equipment, and a loyal fan base. It was a good looking car, somewhat limited by its modest underpinnings, but still an attractive face in the crowd, and it sold well.
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