In my collection of 1960 Mercury's, this Monterey is the closet to a barn find I have. It is equipped with the little 312 engine and automatic transmission. Not equipped with power brakes or power steering. The body is in good condition as shown in the pictures, but does have one trunk repair patch leading from the floor up towards the left rear wheel well. I drove the car in one parade, but have not gone through all the electrical components. Starts and runs well and sitting on the same rubber that was on the car when I found it. The exhaust system from the cross over back was replaced. I cleaned up the exhaust manifolds putting a black coating on them, and replaced the battery carrier with a good solid one. I was told by the Estate Representative the car was a one-owner car owned by a University of Nebraska Professor.
The car could stand new upholstery, head liner, floor covers, and tires.
I am offering the car for sale as is, were is, no guarantees, and will consider reasonable offers. Buyer responsible for all transporting costs.
Thank you for looking at my listing.
A handsome rendition of a rare woody wagon in painted steel
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