1979 Cougar with 117,000 original miles.
Julie Kilchermann dad passed away a couple years ago and this Cougar was her dads pride and joy! A 1979 Cougar with 117,000 original miles. Julie dad is the original owner of this Cougar. The Cougar is blue with white interior, white top and appointments. The Cougar has its original wire wheel hubcaps and powered by a 351w V8 engine with an automatic transmission. The Cougar hasn’t been driven on the road in the last two years. The Cougar is located in Ionia Michigan.
For sale is my 1969 Cougar XR-7 convertible. It is in very nice condition with what I believe to be a great color combination. Everything works fine. It has
power brakes and steering with a 351 Windsor engine. There is a radio that has not only AM-FM/CD but also is set up for Bluetooth. Several pictures are included and I do have more if you are interested. The only reason I am selling this car is because about a month ago I had the chance to buy the 66 Mustang that I had in high school. That car takes precedence over everything and I do not need two classic cars. (according to my wife). The Marti report is attached as is information about one episode of a TV show that the car was in. I’m asking 29,000 and should you have any questions you may e-mail me at or call me at 815-275-3367.
Called "Cool Cat," this 1969 Cougar convertible was created by renowned Hot Rod builder Hot Rod Express. The only original DNA left after creation was the body. Every part of this car was carefully designed, created, picked and fabricated. Nothing was left untouched, from the serious horsepower of a 32-valve, dual overhead cam motor attached to a 4-speed overdrive transmission, to a narrowed 9" 31-spline rear end with 3.73 gears, full air ride system and 4-wheel disc brakes. All of this is supported by a fully custom designed, boxed, tubular frame with Heidt's front suspension and a triangle 4-bar rear. Sitting on this platform is an all-steel body, fully welded uni-body with notched floors, so the rocker panels are flush to the bottom of the frame. The factory dash was sectioned 5", all custom dash panels made from imported Carpathian elm wood, custom Ultraleather interior with custom BMW carpeted floors. The paint is PPG Vibrant Nutmeg. Absolutely nothing was left untouched and way too much detail to list. Featured in multiple magazines and winner of Goodguys Top 5 award, ROUSH Racing award, Ford in a Ford award and ISCA Top Show Winner just to name a few.
BARN FIND: 1969 Cougar XR7 Convertible 29,900 miles. Florida car w/ power steering, brakes, top, windows, air and console. True barn find $10,000 is a great deal for this super solid Convertible. Bottom just has surface rust from 15 years on barn floor. Engine runs, car moves, power steering and top work. All windows work, door tag shows trim and DSO. Interested folks can contact Ed by email and leave a number. Sorry he does not text, but he will call you back if you leave a message. It should be restored by someone who appreciates these cars. Please contact if you have any questions.
Ed Friend 440-724-6337
FOR SALE: 1988 Cougar. Asking $3500 OBO. The car is garage kept in Illinois with all maintenance records available upon request. The mileage is 61,017. Please contact: email@example.com