This week we’ll be bringing you our superb finds from Fabulous Fords Forever, like this gorgeous vintage delight…

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We love a car that is loud and proud – just like this lean, mean, and green killer cougar we found hangin’ out in the parking lot.

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The hood wasn’t open, but by looking at the license plate, there’s no question what’s under there.

There’s more to come from Fabulous Fords Forever – stay tuned!

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  1. Tre Deuce

    Love the 67′ Cougars, ever since I saw them run in the Trans-Am at Pacific Raceways outside of Kent, Washington. My cousin has owned for years one with a very rare combination of options. It is an XR-7_GT, with the 390″ and 4-Speed. Very few were built with with that trim combo(XR-7/GT) and the big block with 4-speed. Red with a black interior. The only rarer models are the Dan Gurney Specials the XR-7-G’s.

    My aunt, for a time, also had a 67′ Cougar, which I borrowed for a about a month when my car was in the body shop, that experience sealed my desire for a Cougar.

    I look for 67’s on ‘CL’ all the time, but usually only find the 68’s. I have 3 Hot Wheels Cougars on the shelf above my computer. Someday, and when that day comes, it will be built as a Trans-Am in the livery of the Bud Moore, Dan cars> http://www.historictransam.com/Drivers/RossMyers67Cougar16.html

    Thanks for the post, Wes.

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