When the Mercury Cougar debuted in 1967 it was billed as a more upscale version of Ford’s Mustang. It had a more European look and feel and was marketed to those looking for something a little more grown up. Even though it could be optioned out as a full on muscle car by opting for the GT package, most owners simply chose the base model that came stock with Ford’s 200 horsepower 289 cu-inch V8. This is a ’67 model with 86,000 original miles, the aforementioned 289 V8 and Ford’s tried and true C4 automatic transmission. This is a nice basic Mercury Cougar that looks to have been meticulously maintained and cared for. The seller notes that everything is in good working order and that they have a decent service history with the car as well. It’s also listed for under $19k, which is a pretty fair price in my opinion. Check out the full description complete with more photos by clicking here.