I noticed a 68 cougar for sale in Frisco, TX, which is only a few miles from my home. He wants $11,500 for it with a 289 engine. Does that seem a little high? I will try to get VIN and door plate numbers. Thanks!
You really need to like the car the way it is. To me the hood has been butchered, the front set covers are Mustang not Cougar, and the color change does nothing but make it harder to fix the paint job. I would have to make big price deductions to fix this stuff. But if you like it, then the price is up to you.
I really thought i had seen that car last month on CL listed in a different area...but i might be wrong. if you get it, or even have one already, shoot me a message- it would be nice to have a cougar contact close by...im in mansfield.
If I remember correctly, this car was for sale locally here in Washington State about a year ago for $4500. Shortly after being on the market, it was purchased and immediately put on Ebay. I was able to look at the car before it was put on Ebay and do remember the paint not being the greatest close up (5 feet or less). As the current owner/seller says in his ad, "Pictures were taken from 8-10 ft and from there it looks almost perfect." The car does not appear to have changed much appearance wise since it left Washington other than the wheel/tire combo. It used to have cheap chrome wheels on it(looked like they were off an import). All I can say is make sure you have someone look at the car before you decide to buy it so you don't have any surprises later.