Friday, September 20, 2019

Ted Taylor’s great aunt bought this Dan Gurney Edition 1968 Cougar brand new in Pasadena

“According to the Marti Report, it was ordered for dealer stock,” Taylor says. “I think she went into the dealership, liked it, and bought it.”

Taylor “always loved this car, so when she stopped driving, I bought it from her.” He drove the Cougar daily until parking it in the 1990s, where it sat until he mounted a restoration about five years ago. It’s powered by the original J-code 302 and is loaded with options like air conditioning, power steering, and power brakes.


  1. This is NOT an XR7 G Cougar, it’s not even close.

    1. Blame Hot Rod... but they are rarely wrong. After all, they did have to interview the owner, look at the car, take the photos, and it DOES have the 302 they mention.
      So, what are you seeing that indicates that it's not a Gurney Cougar?