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The first-generation Cougar (1967-70) was one of the performance legends of the muscle-car era. Today, collectors find the 67-73 Mercury Cougar a highly collectible and popular car for any cruise-in or car show enthusiast.
The Sunshine State Cougar Club is all about ownership, restoration and driving our cars. But our members say the best part of the club is camaraderie and the people we meet!
We are a state-wide club with members throughout Florida and the Southeastern USA, as well as a great resource for anyone who owns a classic Cat and wants to keep up with articles, tips and happenings of those who own and drive these timeless works of automotive art.
We have regular meetings and get-togethers!
We usually have 20-30 Classic Cougars show up to our events
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We had about 14 members at the Villages show with 6 vehicles plus one guest
vehicle. Weather was beautiful. Lots of other cars and lots of
"lookers". We had several people stop by to talk about the club. Bruce
recruited a new couple who joined on the spot. Nancy and Phil came
without their car. Nancy, as usual, brought a bowl of her wonderful
cookies. Three different types this time. Our president came without
his radiator hat but, as usual, pulled a "Latimer" and lost the radiator
cap off his brand new radiator. We suggested he cover it with his hat.
He was able to briefly leave the show and go to Advance Auto Parts to
replace it. (The Villages folks gave him a little bit of
a hard time about leaving.) Not to be outdone, Rudy Senia locked his
keys in the trunk of his car and had to call a locksmith. Both were the
victims of some light-hearted humor. Now it is up to someone else to
outdo them at Silver Springs.
They day was a fantastic day and we all had a great time.
Next is Daytona. See Events page.