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Steve Frantz@ 02:16 16-10-2017
I went to an estate sale this weekend that listed a 428 cj eliminator for sale. The address would not be released till 8A.M. I got their at 8:15 the car was an M code car not an R code so I was skeptical about it even being a Eliminator after getting into a bidding war with another guy over the car. I bought it. It was a big block 4 speed car. I came home and started researching eliminators to see if it was even a real eliminator. after I came across you website I read your article about Bill Veach and the other women #299 I was curious if my vin# was any were close to his. So I got the title out and compared vin numbers. I was Stunned to find out I just bout car # 299 the Other women. vin # 9F91M565884 Bill Veach's old car. It would be great if I could get in touch with him. Thanks, Steve
Replied on: 20:23 16-10-2017

Hello Stave,

Gread nieuws to read! if you like i can put some pic of the car on this site? how the car is now.

Terry Herron@ 19:26 16-05-2017
I have a 67 cougar with a 390, C6 automatic, factory air, tilt swing away steering column. Mine is not a GT. How rare is this particular car? Any idea how many were equipped like mine?
Replied on: 20:28 16-10-2017

Hello Terry,

You, can go to http://www.martiauto.com you can buy the order sheet. Then you know everything.

Terry DuMond@ 23:17 26-02-2017
I have a 1968 Cougar vin # is 8F91S549055 Door plate from What i can see is 65A 2K 06C 84 5U. any help would be much appreciated. i am starting the restoration process this spring. need to figure exactly what it is been told there is something special about it. having a hard time with #s and explanations Thanks
Replied on: 20:27 16-10-2017

Hello Terry,

You, can go to http://www.martiauto.com you can buy the order sheet. Then you know everything

Ford Mercury Cougar@ 18:04 01-01-2017
Happy new year in 2017

Gelukkig nieuw jaar en een goed 2017

Mercury Cougar XR7
Kind regards,
The Ford Mercury Cougar team.
Glen@ 15:31 22-10-2016
Hi,
I've restored lots of Fords and Mercurys over the past 45 years but this is my first Cougar. It's a nice '69 XR7 convertible. This will be my first attempt at troubleshooting sequential taillights which at the moment aren't working correctly. I was wondering when your sequential taillight repair section will be up and running again. Thanks for any help. Glen
Bob@ 15:13 22-10-2016
We have a 71 xr7 convertible, 351 2 barrel carb, original one owner car and with only 60,000 miles. Color is lime green with dark green interior, all original and in good condition, except for a crack on the dash and a dried out steering wheel. Any suggestions as to where I can obtain/replace these items would be appreciated. Thanks!
Jorge@ 18:02 04-10-2016
how can you determine the color of your convertible top?

69 cougar xr7 convertible
white exterior (M) and red interior (6D)
Paul Knafl@ 14:09 28-09-2016
I have owned a 1970 eliminator for about 35 years now . Its competition gold with the factory steel sunroof . Its living in my barn in Michgan now but came from Kentucky with me in 1986 . I wonder how many sunroof eliminators are out there , I haven't ever seen another one in person but did see two others in photos .
Bill Wrobel@ 20:59 05-09-2016
Hi great site.
I've had my 1970 cougar xr7 convertible for about 10 years. I purchased as a retirement project and now retired as of last year. I'm starting the restoration and pretty excited about it. Hopefully it doesn't take another 10 years to complete. Thanks for all the info on your site.
Replied on: 14:07 11-10-2016

Hello Bill,

thank you. and good luck

70 Cougar Dataplate@ 18:07 02-08-2016
I have a 70 Cougar XR-& convertible but there is no dataplate on the door. I do have the original Customer card and Power Train warranty cards that list where and when it was made and the dealer it was delivered to. This is also a buch of numbers and letters other than the VIN#. Would any of these help provide info on what the original color and specs were for the car when new?

Thank you
Replied on: 14:06 11-10-2016

Hello,

You, can go to http://www.martiauto.com you can buy the order sheet.

69 cougar@ 22:17 31-07-2016
I HAVE BIN LOOKING FOR COUGAR PARTS TO DO MY 69 I LIVE IN GAP PA 17527 I CANT FIND ANY ONE WHERE I CAN CAN PARTS THAT I NEED WITH OUT DRIVING A TON OF MILES AND NOT KNOW IF IT GOOD PART CAN GET SOME HELP MY EMAIL IS ron.schwartz512@yahoo.com thank you
DMH@ 06:36 14-07-2016
Thank you for allowing me to wallow in all this great information. My dad, to my then astonishment, bought a '70 XR7, automatic, black, vinyl roof, red pin stripes, wire wheels, burgundy interior. It was my dream car. It's wonderful to see them live on.

Kudos to Ford for bringing back sequential turn signals. (Mustang)
IQ@ 09:38 13-06-2016
I am trying to locate my father's original 1969 XR7 Convertible. I have the VIN number but because it is in the old format I am having trouble finding it. Any ideas?
Replied on: 14:03 11-10-2016

Hello IQ,

Ask at on http://www.mercurycougar.net

Stephan@ 09:33 08-04-2016
Thank you for all this work,I really appreciated reading it all.
Replied on: 21:15 12-05-2016

Thank you Stephan!

Dana@ 04:53 08-04-2016
On the starting page it states that Cougars used T-Bird taillights. That is not correct. Cougars used their own distinctive taillights. 67' Shelby Mustangs used 67-68 Cougar taillights while the 69-70 Shelby Mustangs used T-Bird taillights.
Replied on: 21:16 12-05-2016

Hello Dana,

Thank you, i will look at it!

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