This 1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II is one of 54 Dan Gurney
Specials known to exist and is powered by a 351/290hp V8 engine
paired with a Merc-O-Matic 3-speed FMX automatic transmission with
a 3.25 rear axle. Equipped with power-assisted brakes with discs up
front and drums in the back, power steering, color-keyed racing
mirrors and a period-correct Ford air conditioning unit. It
underwent a Concours level frame-off restoration that was completed
in 2019. The body is refinished in its original two-tone livery of
Wimbledon White and Presidential Blue and features a blacked-out
grille, rear deck spoiler, and vinyl hockey-stick body side
graphics. Cyclone Spoiler II graphics are located on the rear
quarter panels and "Dan Gurney Special" decals are located on the
lower rear fenders. The interior features a light blue vinyl
upholstery that was redone on both the front and the rear bench
seating during the refurbishment, along with the door panels and
carpeting. Amenities include deluxe seatbelts, a blue steering
wheel with wood accents fronts a dashboard housing five gauge pods
including a 120 mph speedometer. It rides on slotted 14 x 6-inch
steel wheels that are painted Argent silver with polished center
caps wrapped in Firestone Wide Oval Bias Ply white letter tires.
This Cyclone Spoiler II is now offered with a Marti Report.
1969 Mercury Cyclone
Exterior Color:WIMBLEDON WHITE
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