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Year, Make and Model – 1967-’68 Mercury Cougar XR7

Photos by Daniel Strohl. For 1967, Mercury took the Mustang uptown with the release of its Motor Trend Car of the Year winning Cougar. From its quad headlights concealed behind a distinctive electric shaver grille to its triple taillights with sequential turn signals, the Cougar was aimed at the grown-up performance enthusiast who might have […]
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