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What is a 1968 Cougar worth?

What is a 1968 Cougar worth?

Data based on 90 auction sales. note: The images shown are representations of the 1968 Mercury Cougar and not necessarily vehicles that have been bought or sold at auction….Mercury Models.

Bodystyles Median Sale
XR-7 Hardtop Coupe $16,750

How many 1967 Cougars are left in the world?

For example, in 1967, there were 150,893 Cougars built. The database has records on approx 7,000. Of those, approx 4000 have been parted out, or condition is unknown. That leaves approx 3000 which is only a 2% survival rate.

How many Cougars were in 1968?


Model Year Units
1967 150,893
1968 113,720
1969 100,069
1970 72,343

What is the rarest Cougar?

One of the rarest of all is the Cougar GT-E, of which just 393 examples were produced in 1968. Of those, 356 were fitted with a 427 cubic-inch V8 engine and the remaining 37 packed a 428 cubic-inch Cobra Jet after a change up in production that spring. Very few of these 1968 Cougar GT-E examples exist today.

What engines came in a 1968 Mercury Cougar?

1968 Mercury Cougar Specs Engines 289cid, 302cid, 428cid V8s. Power Output 210-335 bhp. Transmission Three-speed manual, optional four-speed manual, or three-speed Merc-O-Matic automatic. Suspension Front: coil-springs; Rear: leaf springs.

How much does a 1968 Mercury Cougar weigh?


Engine Location : Front
Drive Type : Rear Wheel
Production Years for Series : 1967 – 1970
Price : $2,930-$3,230
Weight : 3095 lbs | 1403.868 kg

What does XR7 stand for?

XR7 means experimental racing and the 7 is the number on the car, as in car I mean the lemans car they had.

What engine is in a 1968 Cougar?

The 1968 models came with 210 bhp 302cid V8 as standard fare. Three-speed manual came in as standard and power could be increased with a 230 brake version up to 335 bhp 428cid GT-E V8. In this respect, the pony had just transformed into a muscle car.

How long is a 1968 Mercury Cougar?

190.3 in.
1968 Mercury Cougar Info Curb Weight: 3094 lbs. Vehicle Length: 190.3 in. Wheel Base: 111 in.

Is a cougar a panther?

The mountain lion—also known as the cougar, puma, panther, or catamount—is a large cat species native to the Americas. Mountain lions are large, tan cats.

Do black mountain lions exist?

No, we haven’t found a black mountain lion in North America. But, according to zoologist and science writer Dr. Karl Shuker, the Yana Puma (Black Puma) exists in neighboring South and Central America historical records.

When was the last Mercury Cougar made?

Mercury discontinued the Cougar after the 2002 model year.