A car produced by Mercury.
Lincoln-Mercury Public Relations Photograph
The Mercury Bobcat for 1979 - sporting the first major styling changes since its 1975 introduction - has a new sloping vertical-theme grille, single rectangular headlamps, a new more sloping hood and a bright bumper with black rubber end caps. The rear end is highlighted by new horizontal taillamps on the three-door model (above) and a bright rear bumper with black end caps on both the three-door and station wagon models. The acceleration capability of the snappy subcompact's optional 2.8-liter V-6 engine (not available in California) has been improved by the installation of a new camshaft and higher settings for the full-throttle shift speeds on the automatic transmission.
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|3 March 2008||NHTSA Recall 08E019000 Intercontinental Auto Parts ALG 44/1, Purolator F10024, 1978-1980 Ford Bronco, 1977 Ford Country Squire, 1977-1980 Ford E-Series, 1978-1982 Ford F-Series, 1980 Ford Fairmont, 1979-1980 Ford Granada, 1977, 1979-1980 Ford LTD, 1980 Ford Mustang, 1975 Ford Pinto|
1979 Ford Ranchero, 1977-1980 Ford Thunderbird, 1980 Lincoln Versailles, 1975 Mercury Bobcat, 1977, 1979-1980 Mercury Capri, 1977, 1979-1980 Mercury Colony Park, 1977-1980 Mercury Cougar, 1977, 1979-1980 Mercury Grand Marquis, 1979-1980 Mercury Monarch, 1980 Mercury Zephyr
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