Gateway Classic Cars is very proud to digitally present this very
rare 1965 Mercury M100 Style box Show Truck!Featured in Hot Rod
magazines top 10 in 2015 and multiple online articles and videos,
this is 1 of 1000 Mercury pickup trucks that was produced for the
Canadian market and 1 of 15 custom trucks build by famous builder
Ken Currie. This rare truck build is painted in a bright Jamaican
yellow with custom black pin stripping with a chromed grill and
chromed white headlights. When we open the reversed tilt frond end
we reveal the heart and soul of the truck. Based by a Blueprint 383
stroker engine combined with Richie's Dragmaster Scoops and Wieland
671 blower this engine produces a whopping 650 hour power.
Transferring that power through the GM NV3500 5 speed manual
transmission and coupled to the Ford 8.8-inch rear end, this truck
is one power house. When driving with the electric exhaust cutouts
open this truck makes one really nice throaty noise. When we move
to the inside of the truck we find the color matching dash where we
find that the owner states is the signatures of Jimmy Shine of
Shine Speedshop and Steve Darnell of Wilderup. Move to the gauges
and you find the Dolphin Shark Fin gauges and the predominant
Sunpro Super Tach 3. The seats are of a grey leather and have
seatbelts the parabrake is just on the inside of the drivers seat
and the upgraded AM/FM/CD player is in the glove box with switch to
turn on the speaker lined white led lights.This is one really
unique and rare truck don't miss out on this
1965 Mercury Custom
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