This 1970 Mercury Cougar Eliminator Super Drag Pak in Competition Gold is one of 48 close-ratio Boss 302 Super Drag Pak Eliminators, one of seven examples painted in Competition Gold with a 4.30 locking rear axle, and is one of one Super Drag Pak Eliminators optioned with the heavy-duty battery, per the Elite Marti Report.
The Eliminator boasts the correct matching-numbers Boss 302ci DOZE engine, along with the correct matching-numbers Ford Toploader 4-speed manual transmission. Built in Dearborn, MI, the Eliminator was sold new at Johnson Motors, Iowa Falls, IA, and put into service on March 28, 1970, per the filled-out registered owner’s manual.
The Eliminator also comes with its original Warranty Card, the aforementioned original owner’s manual (filled out by the dealer), an Elite Marti Report and two letters from Kevin Marti detailing the facts about the car, the original Lincoln Mercury invoice to Johnson Motors and a letter from noted Ford historian, Lois Emminger, dated November 12, 1986, about the Eliminator.
Also included is an original 1970 Mercury Eliminator sales brochure, an original 1970 PPG Mercury paint chip chart, and original assorted articles and advertisements for the 1970 Eliminator.