Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is proud to offer this 1956
Mercury Medalist. The car is offered by our North Phoenix facility
conveniently located right off I-17 and Pinnacle Peak Road. These
Mercury's were Known as the Big M back when they were out. This car
has been lovingly restored to in my opinion a very high level, one
look around this car shows that. The motor a 312 inch V-8 has been
rebuilt approximately 3000 miles ago and features two four barrel
carburetors, the same goes for the T-85 Borg Warner 3 speed manual
with overdrive Transmission. The smoke grey metallic PPG paint
color is from the mid- eighties Ford Truck color options and shows
extremely well. The interior has been restored to the same level in
classy two-tone grey durable cloth material. To go into a little
more detail this car has new tinted glass. Front disc brakes, a
bigger sway bar to improve handling, a new clutch, traction bars,
there is also numerous upgrades to the engine rebuild including
high performance crank pushrods and lifters and camshaft and
Mallory ignition. Also installed tastefully under dash are gauges
for water temperature, oil pressure and tachometer.
1956 Mercury Medalist
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