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1964 Mercury Comet 202 on 2040-cars

Year:1964 Mileage:77500

Lebanon, Indiana, United States

Lebanon, Indiana, United States

I am selling my 1964 Mercury Comet that I have owned for the past 10 years.  It has 77,500 original miles.  When I bought the car in June of 2004 it had 57300 miles, as reflected on the title.  I have spent countless hours, effort and money to restore.  It is in excellent condition.  Ready to enjoy, drive, take to shows and be proud of. 

This Comet had started its life as a maroon vehicle. But since blue is my favorite color and I grew up in a blue 1964 Comet, the only choice for this one was blue.  It was painted in a high quality, base coat clear coat.  All panels of this car are incredibly straight (ie... fenders and quarter panels and behind all wheels).  There was rust in the floor on the front passenger side that was cut out and metal put back in. All door jams were also painted. Windshield wipers do not work.  The passenger side windshield does have a 6 inch crack that happened about 8 years ago that has not progressed.  It has new carpeting and the front seat cushions were recovered. The headliner could use replacing as it has 2 wholes in it.

All 4 breaks have been completly rebuilt including shoes, springs, adjusters and wheel cylinders. There are no breaking issues.

There is no smoke from the 6 cylinder engine.  These 6 cylinder engines are known to have issues with exhaust manifold leakage.  As part of the countless hours I have mentioned, I searched and found a new exhaust manifold and the original was replaced. There is absolutely no manifold leakage with this car.  Very quiet. The air filter housing, fuel filter cylinder and valve cover have all been painted in the same blue base coat clear coat as the rest of the automobile.

Radiator, ignition coil, distrtibutor cap, wires, rotor, points and condensor are all new. All lights operate including all dash board lights.  All factory guages work properly except the temperature gauge.

The gas tank was removed, cleaned and new sending unit was installed. It has a stereo/cd player installed under the dash with a high quality speaker system mounted in the package tray behind the rear seat. It also has 4 new radial tires. 

This car is ready for you to enjoy and well worth the low reserve price.  Thank you for your interest in my Comet.


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The signs have come down and retail production ended back in October of 2010. Now, the very last Mercury model has rolled off the assembly line. This last Mercury somewhat fittingly takes the form of a Grand Marquis reporting for fleet duty. It was built at the St. Thomas plant in Ontario, Canada, which is the same facility that continues to produce the Ford Crown Victoria and Lincoln Town Car for fleet and livery duty.
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