1973 Mercury Cougar XR7 Convertible
-Last XR7 Convertible sold to the public
-Unrestored with 7200 miles
-Featured in Automotive News article in 1973
-Extremely well documented
This is a very special Mercury Cougar XR7 Convertible. This car was the last XR7 Convertible available to the public and the second to last ever produced. The last car produced was given to Henry Ford II. This car remains unrestored with only 7200 original miles. It was purchased in 1973 by Jim Nickel, the owner of Jim Nickel Motors Inc. Understanding the importance of this Cougar, he undercoated the car and put it in storage. The car was sold with 291 miles on it when Mr. Nickel sold his collection in 1987. The second owner also treated the car exceptionally well driving it only to 7180 miles. This XR7 Convertible may be one of the lowest mileage examples in the world. Bill of sale, delivery inspection form, manufacturer’s statement of origin, certificate of title transfer, service receipts, copy of Automotive news article are all included. The car has a 351 Cleveland engine, factory air conditioning, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, AM Radio and 8 track tape player.
Offered at $29,000
For Canadian Residents, Price + Applicable Taxes + Applicable Licensing Fees