A Ford Mustang under the skin, the 1967-1970 Cougar was the sportiest Mercury of its day. This ravaged '70, now residing in a Colorado wrecking yard, still shows a bit of its original glory.
The final generation of the Cougar may have been the most capable on a road course, but it has faded from memory. Here's a customized '99 that met a bad end.
This Mercury Cougar Eliminator, dressed in sporty Competition Orange paint, is claimed to be an unrestored "survivor."
This Bugatti Veyron replica could be yours for just $60,000, but you might want to look closely – because a 2001 Mercury Cougar is the donor car.
The new Alpinestars Car Pack for Forza Motorsport 6 lets drivers experience an eclectic mix of vehicles, including last year's Daytona 24 winner, a Subaru SVX, and a Pontiac Aztek.
We're glad to see that Mercury vehicles are continuing to make themselves useful even after the brand's demise. One enterprising soul in Palm Bay, Florida took it upon himself to craft another 2002 Mercury Cougar into the image of a Bugatti Veyron. The project took Mike Duff around nine months to complete, including all of the exterior body work and slathering the interior with leather. Outside, the body is stitched from plenty of fiberglass and composites on a steel tube frame, and the finished
Farrah Fawcett, a Mercury Cougar and a real, live Cougar – Click above to watch the videos after the break
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Click on the image for high-res shots of this diesel 1967 Mercury Cougar
For those who hate the jellybean, cookie-cutter styling of today's vehicles, have we got something unique for you. Straight from the world's largest automotive auction website comes a chance to own a piece of automotive history. A little slice of life from a time when bigger was better and too much was never enough. Over-the-top styling once owned by one of the most over-the-top characters from a bygone era: Of course, we are referring to Liberace's Kanzler Coupe. We had never heard of it either