Gateway classic cars of Nashville is proud to digitally present
this 1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone GT. Sporting a bright red paint job
this Cyclone looks to be doing 120 MPH while it is standing still.
White bucket seats with black inserts and a center console that has
a Hurst 4 speed shifter sticking through it that looks longer than
it should but feels just right. This '66 Comet Cyclone GT is
powered by a 390 cubic inch that has an Edlebrock intake and Holley
four-barrel Carburetor and enough cam to give it the proper sound
and power you would expect from a car named after a force of
nature. An aluminum radiator keeps the engine cool and happy.
Backing this power plant is what I believe to be a Ford top loader
four speed manual transmission. What better way to shred your tires
than dumping the clutch at 4,000 RPM and watching you rear view
mirror as the bellowing white smoke obscures your view. All the
power and torque are fed to the Ford nine-inch rear axle housing
which is up to the task of torturing the tire. With this much power
at your right foot it is good to have equal stopping power at the
middle pedal, power brakes with front disc and rear drums have that
handled. If you are looking for a sweet looking car that attracts
crowds at shows, has the power you crave and the drivability of a
more modern car then stop reading and start dialing. Options for
this 1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone GT include: Air conditioning, needs
charge. Power steering and brakes, Tilt steering wheel, Seat belts,
Radial tires and Alloy rims. This 1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone GT can
be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD photos at
www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information, please call the
Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or send us an email at
[email protected] held pursuant to permit No.
19289 of department of licenses granted the 14th day of August
1966 Mercury Cyclone
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