This 1954 Mercury Monterey is a past winner of the prestigious MSRA Custom of the Year award (Minnesota Street Rod Association). This car, originally from New Mexico, is in very nice condition. Restored in 1995, this cream 2-door hardtop is straight and solid. It’s powered by 302 2BBL with C4 tranny and dual exhaust and is nicely detailed under the hood. The tan interior is very clean with the dash featuring VDO gauges. Options include A/C, power brakes, power steering, spot light and AM/FM cassette. It also has air shocks in the back. This car is great for cruising with its roomy, comfortable interior and smooth ride. An inspection can be arranged by appointment only. If the car needs to be shipped, we will ensure the car is available for the transporter's schedule. Reasonable offers will be considered. If you have questions or want to discuss the car, contact Randy at 612-619-2252. I do marketing consignments for customers who don't have time to set up ads for their vehicle or don't use the internet. I charge a flat fee up front and do not collect any consignment fees when the vehicle sells. I am not a dealer. The vehicle remains in the owner's possession. I handle inquiries. When the potential buyer becomes serious, I put them in touch with the owner who can answer specific questions about the vehicle. Note: This car is located in Aurora MN
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The Pick of the Day is the kind of stylish Mercury that comes to mind when you hear, “Crazy ‘bout a Mercury/Lord I’m crazy ‘bout a Mercury/I’m gonna buy me a Mercury.”
The Pick of the Day is a 1964 Mercury Monterey four-door sedan with the popular and even show-stopping “Breezeway” electric rear window.
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