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1964 Mercury Comet Cyclone Restomod on 2040-cars

Year:1964 Mileage:999999
Location:

Haysville, Kansas, United States

Haysville, Kansas, United States

 

This is a true Mercury Cyclone (Vin # 4H27K)

This car is very unique and fun to drive, newer drivetrain makes this car fun and reliable!

1989 mustang 5.0 fuel injected engine with AOD Transmission
Edelbrock Performer aluminum heads
Ford motorsports E303 cam
Crane 1.7 gold roller rockers
Typhoon intake
24lb. injectors
70mm throttle body and egr spacer
Painless wiring with A9L computer
BBK coldair kit
Doug's ceramic long tube headers
built AOD transmission w/ extra clutches and shift kit
2800 stahl
B&M shifter
Ford 8" with trac lock and 4:10 gears
Ron Morris fuel pump and lines
battery relocated to trunk
4 wheel Disc Brakes
17x8 wheels with Nitto 245/45/17 555 front and 245/45/17 Nitto 555R drag radial rear
unisteer mustang II rack and pinion steering
Crites Fiberglass front and rear bumpers, and hood.
New Steel gas tank


Any questions call 316-619-7147


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