Up for your consideration is an extremely and meticulously cared
for rare muscle car, a 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler 429 Cobra Jet
Ram Air! With only 1,631 produced in 1970 for the world, it was
rare when it was new in 1970! Documented with a Deluxe Marti Report
and reads as follows:
* 0 - 1970
* H - BUILT AT LORAIN
* 17 - CYCLONE SPOILER 2-DOOR HARDTOP
*C - 429 -4V COBRA JET V-8 ENGINE
*548795 - SERIAL # OF MERCURY FOR @ LORAIN
*12/69 DECEMBER 1969
*65G - CYCLONE SPOILER 2-DOOR HARDTOP
*1 - COMPETITION ORANGE PAINT FORD #1730-A
*8A - BLACK COMFORTWEAVE VINYL HIGH BUCKET SEATS
*S - 3.50 TRACTION-LOK REAR AXLE
*6 - FOUR SPEED CLOSE RATIO MANUAL TRANSMISSION
*42 - SAINT LOUIS DSO ( DISTRICT SALES OFFICE )
NUMBERS MATCHING ENGINE. CAR WAS BUILT ON 12/23/1969. ENGINE BLOCK
CASTING: DOVE-A. CYLINDER HEADS CASTING: DOOE-R. EXHAUST MANIFOLD
CASTING: DOOE 9430-A / 9431-A. INTAKE CASTING: DOOE- 9425-D DATE
CASTING: 9J23 / 10/23/1969. TRANSMISSION TAG: RUG AU 015065.
TRANSMISSION CASTING: C8AR DATE CASTING K09 / 12/03/1969.
ORDER TYPE: RETAIL
DSO ITEM # 4489
DEALER # 42D246
MATT-ANDERSON FORD - MERCURY
112 S 6TH STREET
MISSOURI VALLEY IA 51555
ORDER RECEIVED: 12/15/1969
CAR SERIALIZED: 12/15/1969
SCHEDULED FOR BUILD: 12/30/1969
ACTUALLY BUILT: 12/23/1969
STATISTICS FOR 1970 MERCURY CYCLONE SPOILER:
0F 1,631 PRODUCED
386 - WITH PAINTED COMPETTITION ORANGE
258 - WITH COMPETTITION ORANGE & BLACK INTERIOR
865 - WITH 429 COBRA JET ENGINE & 4 SPEED MANUAL
86 - ORDERED FROM SAINT LOUIS DSO
1387 - WITH AM RADIO
Documented $9k+ Engine Re-Build During 2022. Documentation
Available Upon Request.
The Paint Is In Great Condition and All of the Chrome, Trim and
Brightwork are Nice as well. The Fit & Finish of the Body Panels
Align Nicely on the Car. The Car Rides and Drives as it Should and
Demands Attention Wherever it Goes. Trades Welcome & Financing
1970 Mercury Cyclone
Location:Lockport, New York
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