1969 Mercury Cougar 428 Convertible
KTL Restorations present this opportunity to catch a not so standard 1969 Mercury Cougar 428 Convertible. Cats of this magnitude and pedigree are not often seen in the wild nor road. While 1969 Cougar Convertibles are already uncommon, it is truly lucky to find this 1 of 13 with the Q code 428-4V Cobra Jet Non-Ram Air Engine! Two of those had the hard to find close ratio 4-speed manual transmission, and one of those two was delivered with this brilliant C paint code Dark Ivy Green Metallic to King Ford Sales of Milford, MA as a retail sale. The 3.25 traction-Lok rear axle ensure the power will be put to the road. A saddle vinyl décor bucket seat welcomes the driver and passengers. The black top is ready when wanted. Options included power steering, power brakes, and an AM-FM radio. Even more unusual, this is a non-XR-7 cat, although there is nothing “standard” about this Cougar.
KTL recently completed a full restoration leaving no detail overlooked on this 1 of 1 per Marti Report Cougar. All body panels were removed from this car, repaired, painted, and painstakingly realigned upon assembly. Along with the Marti Report, this car is well documented including copies of the invoice and the original Eminger shipper. A 428 powered 1969 Convertible is not a cat to ignore. Fitted with period correct Firestone Wide O Oval tires on styled steel wheels, this car is ready to roar. If you have any question about this car please contact us here!