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    4-door Cougar?

    Hmmm, a Wizard of War game for a 4-door Cougar? Sounds fair to me!

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    I've got a 1967 Mercury Cougar
    it's missing all four doors and tires
    runs great

    Would like to trade for Wizard of War stand up video game
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    Must be a prototype '67.
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    Drivers door, passenger door, hood & deck lid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcbingcougar View Post
    Drivers door, passenger door, hood & deck lid?

    My 70 Cougar had a glove box door, gas cap door, and an ash tray door

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    Typo...they meant a 1977.

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    they didn't mean the granada type of cougar did they
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Squirrel View Post
    they didn't mean the granada type of cougar did they
    There was no Granada-type Cougar. The later Cougars shared a platform with the Thunderbird. I'm with Pat on this one. They probably made a typo and were referring to a 1977 Cougar.
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    Yeah the fox platform just like the monts, stangs, granada as well etc. There was a fox based granada Jeff. thats what I mean with the cougar there was a fox four door cougar as well.
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    It can't run that great without tires!!! If by run one means move along down the road.

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    ..there was even a Fox-body Cougar wagon....



    Check out this 1980 4-door Cougar commercial!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Squirrel View Post
    Yeah the fox platform just like the monts, stangs, granada as well etc. There was a fox based granada Jeff. thats what I mean with the cougar there was a fox four door cougar as well.
    You're right, I was referring to the late 70's since that's the era we believe he's talking about. During those years, the Granada and Cougar were both produced but the Cougar was on the Thunderbird platform.
    Thanks for clarifying my post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeloxr7 View Post
    ..there was even a Fox-body Cougar wagon....
    They even made a Fox-body Cougar wagon GTE...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunroof69 View Post
    They even made a Fox-body Cougar wagon GTE...

    Good one. That is definately a 1 of 1. ROFLMAO!!!!
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    Haha, Yeah, I know they made a wagon as well. That I know as well thanks though. But that wagon cougar looks sharp, haha. I love it
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