1963 MERCURY COMET S-22
260 LIGHTNING V-8
FACTORY 4 SPEED W/HURST SHIFTER
FACTORY EQUILOC POSI-REAR
DUAL EXHAUST W/CHROME TIPS
FACTORY BUCKET SEAT INTERIOR W/CONSOLE
NICE PAINT IN CORRECT LIGHT TURQUOISE COLOR
SHOW QUALITY CHROME
HARD TO FIND FACTORY HUBCAPS
DEALER INSTALLED FACTORY A/C
OLD FORGE Motorcars presents this very rare 1963 Mercury Comet S-22 with all the right equipment and with air conditioning! You could make the case for this car being one of the very first muscle cars! Small 60's car, V-8, dual exhaust, 4 speed manual, and Posi-rear! This one looks, runs and drives better than it did in '63! Oh, and the sound? nothing matches a deep rumble from a small block Ford!
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