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1968 Cougar XR-7 GT 390 V4, C6 Heavy-Duty - Rare Tilt Away - Many more Opyions

Make: Mercury
Model: Cougar
SubModel: 1968 XR-7 GT 390 V4, C6 Heavy-Duty-Rare Tilt Away
Type: U/K
Trim: XR-7 GT 390 4V
Year: 1968
Mileage: 58,433
Color: Sea Foam Green
Engine: GT 390
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: C6 3-SPD Automatic Heavy - Duty
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Dark Ivy Gold Levant Grain & Dark Ivy Gold Leather
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Cave Creek, Arizona, United States

1968 Mercury Cougar XR-7 GT 390 4V Additional Info:

1968MercuryCougar XR-7 GT 390 V4, C6 Heavy-Duty - Real Deal S Code XR-7 GT 390 V4 - Has the correct GT 390 V4 - Car has been in storage for many years. With a complete tune up and changing all the fluids the motor should run. several years ago it was taken to a Cougar shop in Mesa AZ and they checked out the motor. They got the motor to start up and run, they never drove it, just wanted to make sure the motor ran and I have the detailed receipt from the shop that you will get with the car along with other receipts and paper work.
The original color is Sea Foam Green. Has a very old paint job in fair shape, it shows it's age. Over all the body is fairly straight, has it's small dings and scratches and bumps. The car does have some rust in places, like the front edge of the hood, the passenger rear quarter inner lip were the stainless wheel molding is, has some small pin holes, The rest of the quarter looks fine, The rear deck lid has some surface rust, The drivers side rare quarter has some bubbling and some small rust holes. the drivers side door down low in the front has some small bubbling and some small pin holes. The front floors have some rust holes coming through on both passenger and drivers side floors. Both torque boxes have some rust. Both inner doors in the front corners have some small rust holes, the bottom of the doors are scaly but I don't see any major rust hole popping through. The trunk looks to be in fair shape, still has the Sequential turn signal harness in the trunk. The rest of the car looks fine to the best of my knowledge. A good part of the rust I was taking about is a easy fix with metal patch panels. Most of this stuff I'm talking about will be in my detailed pictures I have posted.
The original interior is Dark Ivy Gold Levant Grain Vinyl & Dark Ivy Gold Leather, rare desirable combination. The interior is pretty aged and it will need to be gone through. It is missing some parts like the gauges and door panels also dash pad. It came with factory Buckets with Console, tach and gauges, very rare Tilt Away steering column with wood grain steering wheel. A good part of Tilt Away steering columns came in Shelby's. Also has remote drivers side mirror, Factory Air Conditioning, missing compressor and condenser. Looks like it had a overhead console too. All the glass looks to be in pretty fair shape, very usable.There was a lot of parts restored, chromed, power coated that you can see in the detailed posted pictures. A good part of the parts you don't see on the car were taken off and restored, you can see the pile of parts that were restored in my detailed posted pictures.
The1968MercuryCougar XR-7 GT 390 V4, C6 Heavy-Duty also came with front Power Disc Brakes, Power steering, 9 inch rear end.
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I described the1968MercuryCougar XR-7 GT 390 V4, C6 Heavy-Dutyto the best of my knowledge.
Please email me anytime for any detailed questions about my1968MercuryCougar XR-7 GT 390 V4, C6 Heavy-Duty. Please use your best judgement, and if you have any concerns at all please email me right away with your questions,I will get right back with you.
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If serious, you can always make me an offer and we can deal from there. I can get you a great wholesaleprice on shipping. You can come view the1968MercuryCougar XR-7 GT 390 V4, C6 Heavy-Dutyanytime with an appointment. This is a great year and desirable1968MercuryCougar XR-7 GT 390 V4, C6 Heavy-Dutyto fix up. Sold AS IS.Good luck bidding, Thank you.