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"King Size" Matchbox Cougar

AFX slot cars

Honeycomb Cereal prize after sitting in display case at '97 West Coast Nationals. Does anyone have a set of original wheels for this other little guy?

Notice the miss-matched wheels? (Does that make it worth more?)

Rare electric Motorific

This was an early concept of the Mustang, later Ford decided to call it Mustang and have Mercury use the Cougar name in 1967

A sales incentive coin given to top achieveing salesmen in the 70s

Custom Cat, by Hotwheels

The real life version of this '77 Cougar Wagon is worth only slightly more than the toy. And that's only because of its weight.

This Dinky supposedly came in different colors, but I have only seen blue.

This MPC can be built in stock, drag, or wild custom form.

This one is probably my favorite model.

This '68 GTE has 67 emblems and no GTE specific parts...
is this false advertising?

If you have any Cougar toys or models that you would like to sell, be sure to give me a chance to see if I would like to add them to my collection. I am always looking for more toys, and usually they are less expensive than real cars!
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