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Reproduction Multi-Purpose Emblem for the 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mercury Cougar

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No... Mercury never made an emblem "just" like this one but demand dictated we produce it! This emblem has a 3M adhesive backing and looks and measures just like a 1968 quarter panel script or the front fender script found on a 1971 - 1973. Many people do not like the looks (or price) of the 67 quarter panel emblems so this is a great alternative that does not require you drill holes. The 3M backing is the same found on modern automotive emblems so it will not fall off. Just like our other emblems, you can expect the casting and chrome to be superior to anything ever found on a 67-73 Cougar from the factory. This also is a great gift idea for use on a plaque, tool box or for the special "Cougar" in your life. This emblem is also a good substitute for the 1969 - 1973 adhesive emblem found on the deck lid and is actually a much better match to the 71-73 fender emblems as it is chrome, not anodized aluminum.
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