1962 Mercury Comet factory 2 Door Station Wagon (1 of around 2200
built) rust free full metal body custom one of a kind Arizona car.
Three year build of this custom car by a master rod builder
originally out of LA. Car has 8,000 miles since complete rebuild
everything you can see is either new or reworked and everything you
can not see is also new with exception of the engine that was
removed from a 2007 Mustang GT with only 15K miles. Car is kept
inside a security monitored shop and is driven regularly to car
shows and parades. Not used as a daily driver. 3 Valve SOHC 07
Mustang GT engine with around 15k miles putting out around 350 HP.
Decent fuel economy with the fuel injection and overdrive
transmission. Ford AODE overdrive transmission Narrowed 9 inch Ford
rear differential with positraction and 31 spline Moser axles
Custom full length dual exhaust with Flowmaster Mufflers, sounds
great but might be a bit loud. MODIFICATIONS: The roof has been
chopped 2 inches, all the glass is custom Entire body has been
shaved-door handles, tailgate handle, emblems, bumper bolts, etc.
Doors are solenoid operated. Hidden retractable radio antenna Rear
wheel wells tubbed for larger tires Painted in Chevy Cobalt Arrival
Blue and is perfect and stunning. Heidts Mustang II front
suspension with computer controlled AirRide Ridetech bags and
sensors Full custom 2x3 frame rails front to rear (car was
originally unitized body and frame) Computer controlled AirRide
RideTech diagonal 4 link rear suspension with bags and sensors
Custom hidden install of two compressors and tank for air
suspension, all lines are DOT hard lines not plastic 4 wheel disc
brakes system Special order custom rims 185/55R16 tires front
275/50R17 tires in back. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our
clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809
EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would
like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
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