Rocker Cover Lamp – SOLD


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A must have for any self-respecting petrol-head!

This rocker cover came from a Ford Cleveland V8 engine that was housed in a 1970 Mercury Cougar

Mercury was a division of Ford from 1967 until 1997 and from 1999 through 2002, with the nameplate being associated with two-door coupes (although the Cougar was also marketed as a convertible, four-door sedan, station wagon, and a hatchback).

With 2,972,784 examples produced, the Cougar is the highest-selling nameplate produced by the Mercury brand with its 34-year production being second only to the Grand Marquis in the Mercury model line (made for 36 years). During the 1970s and 1980s, the Cougar was closely tied to the marketing of the Mercury division; Mercury advertised its dealers as “The Sign of the Cat” with big cats atop Lincoln-Mercury dealer signs. Cat-related nameplates were adopted by the division such as the Bobcat and Lynx.



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