Here's your chance to own a rare piece of Mercury history! A 1962
Mercury Comet S-22, dubbed the "sporty" Comet. In 1962, the
optional S-22 package was released. Available only on the two-door
sedan, it was billed as a "sport" package, although it shared the
same mechanicals as regular Comets, with the only changes being
S-22 badging, bucket seats, and a center console. The S-22 had six
bullet-shaped taillights, while regular Comets had four oval with
two optional flat reverse lights. A 170 c.i. Thriftpower inline 6
cylinder with a single-barrel Holley carburetor producing 101 hp at
4400 rpm moves this Comet down the road. Behind that 6 cylinder is
the Merc-O-Matic two speed automatic transmission. Under a single
owner for the last 23 years, this 1962 Mercury is ready for a new
1962 Mercury Comet
Interior Color:Turquoise and White
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