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What is the 0-60 rating for a 1995 Mercury Cougar XR-7?

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2008-11-30 01:06:17
2008-11-30 01:06:17

i dont know but my 1994 XR7 is really SLOWW off 0-60. but i bought it from this old women who never drove it and the fuels might be bad on it..idk

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