Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to represent this 1963
Mercury Comet! The Mercury Comet is an automobile that was produced
by Mercury from 1960-1969 and 1971-1977 variously as either a
compact or an intermediate car. In its first two years, it was
marketed as the "Comet" and from 1962 as the "Mercury Comet". The
compact Comet shared a naming convention associated with the
ongoing Space Race of the early 1960s with the Mercury Meteor,
which was introduced as the base-trim full-size Mercury sedan. The
Comet was initially based on the compact Ford Falcon, then on the
intermediate Ford Fairlane, and finally on the compact Ford
Maverick. As a Mercury, early Comets received better-grade interior
trim than concurrent Falcons, and a slightly longer
wheelbase.Powering this sleek 1963 Comet convertible is a 170ci
Inline 6-Cylinder engine backed by an Automatic Transmission.
Finished in factory White paint code "M" over Red Vinyl Interior.
The retro interior and center console really make this '63 stand
out, and it is a great summer convertible cruiser! This particular
example comes with records from California, and this is certainly a
taste of West Coast cruisin'! If you are in the market for a fun,
classic convertible, this 1963 Mercury Comet is for you! To see
more HD pictures and video please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For
more information please call the Atlanta Showroom at 678-894-4833.