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Mercury MC2
Mercury
Years 1997
Production One-off concept car
Class Pony Car
Body Style 2-Door Coupe
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Similar Ford Probe
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The 1997 Mercury MC2 concept car acted as a preview of the styling of the new 1999 Mercury Cougar.


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Worldwide

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