Mercury Muscle Cars

 
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1967 Cougar
After three years of the outrageous success of the Ford Mustang, the other car companies weren’t the only ones looking to get into the pony car game – even Ford designed a luxury pony car for its Mercury line....
 
 
1968 Cougar
On the surface, it doesn’t seem like much changed from the initial Cougar of 1967 and the 1968 model, but quite a few changes were happening both under the hood and to the styling. Though once again, the only...
 
 
1969 Cougar
Ford restyled both the Mustang and the Cougar in 1969, making both bigger and more powerful. The growth of the Cougar would continue in both 1971 as well as in 1974, when it switched from being a pony car...
 
 
1970 Cougar
Though it had just received a restyle the year before, Mercury was not content to let the Cougar sit idle until an additional restyle would come in 1971. The biggest difference is the aforementioned grille design, with the center...
 
 
1971 Cougar
Though the Cougar had always been based on the Mustang, though a slightly bigger and more luxurious corporate cousin, 1971 is when the two models began to really drift apart for the first time. While the Mustang grew as...
 
 
1972 Cougar
While it can be said that 1972 was basically a carryover year for the Cougar, the absence of the 429 CID V8 tells a lot about where Cougar is headed. The 1971 restyle that made the car larger already...
 
 
1973 Cougar
By 1973, it was clear that the pony car craze was over, and Ford saw the writing on the wall. Therefore, this was the last year both Cougar and Mustang could be considered pony cars. While Mustang would be...
 
 
 
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