1971 Mercury Cyclone GT
In a world of Tribute or clone cars, it is refreshing to see an
extremely rare muscle car such as the 1971 Mercury Cyclone GT we
have here at Adventure Classics. It not only has a lot of the
factory paperwork but has the much-desired Marti Report that proves
its heritage as a real-deal Cyclone GT.
This 1971 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler is real American muscle that has
all the right features to grab attention on the outside and plenty
of V8 power under the hood.
The Cyclone was Mercury's version of the Torino GT packs an upscale
punch that will make Ford fans smile everywhere it goes.
Engine & Drivetrain
Under the hood is exactly what you want to see in a muscle machine
like this. Not only is it Ford's hardy 351-4V cubic-inch V8 engine
sitting in the clean and detailed engine compartment, but it has
all the factory equipment it came with like the four-barrel
carburetor, stock intake, blue painted factory air cleaner assembly
with the chrome lid and Mercury 351-4V decal, ignition, cast iron
exhaust manifolds, power steering, power front disc brakes,
"Whisper-Aire" air conditioning, and is backed by the Select-Shift
C6 automatic transmission.
Our GT has is all about Mercury's blend of luxury and performance
and it has the factory-correct dark green vinyl houndstooth
interior that features high-back bucket seats with textured inserts
that give it a much more upscale look and feel, as well as the
matching rear seat, triple-spoke steering wheel that gives an
unobstructed view of the extra wide speedometer in the green dash
with all the factory gauges and electric clock in the Special
Instrumentation Package it was ordered with.
This upscale performance car is also has the green matching
headliner, rear seats and door panels, carpet, center console, and
a pushbutton AM radio, all in great shape.
The Cyclone has the look of one mean muscle car from the aggressive
hood scoop, hidden headlights, and gunsight grille, to the
semi-fastback profile with subtle fender flairs, it was built to
The slick paint lets the bright work really shine in places like
the chrome bumpers and factory smoothie styled factory mag wheels
rolling on BFG raised white letter TA Radial tires you're sure to
turn some heads in this correct and total package.
Even the trunk is nicely appointed with the full size spare tire,
jack, and Ford trunk mat that really looks good.
It is not often that you will find a rare muscle car such as the
1971 Mercury Cyclone GT, verified by The Marti Report, like the one
we have here at Adventure Classics, and when you do you better buy
it fast as these are really climbing in price in the collector
market so get this real-deal one today.
Call or email us at:
(727) 580-9919 or (727) 688-1148