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1965 Mercury Comet Caliente Gasser Hot Rod Staight Axle Halibrand Magnesium Ford on 2040-cars

Year:1965 Mileage:696969
Location:

San Bruno, California, United States

San Bruno, California, United States
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Engine:428 SCJ
For Sale By:Private Seller
Condition:
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Year
: 1965
Drive Type: Tranny C6 Diff 9" 4.11 Posi
Make: Mercury
Mileage: 696,969
Model: Comet
Trim: Caliente

1965 Mercury Comet Caliente Gasser: Here is a Period Correct 60s Comet Gasser For Sale. As seen in Autocult Magazine 2014 Calendar
Engine is a 428 Super Cobra Jet with factory dual quad Transmission is a C6 with a shift kit Differential is a 9" 4.11 Tru Trak Posi with 28 spline Dutchman Axles and Al Fitting Lift Bars to make it hook up Front Suspension is a Speedway straight Axle with disc brakes
60s Style 25/8 Stewart Warner Gauges Cragars front and rear for the street Black Steelies with New Vintage M/H Slicks for racing
The Comet runs and drives great on the street or on the strip.
If you have any questions send me a message.

Full payment will need to be completed in 7 days after auction has ended.

Shipping: Buyer is responsible for all shipping and shipping costs.

Storage Fees: Buyer has 12 Days after auction has ended to make arrangement for shipping.
After the 12th Day I will start to charge $25.00 A day storage. That will need to be paid before I release the car..

Thank You And Good Luck.

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