1971 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler Is A Rare Find

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This is an excellent Mercury for your collection.

The Mercury devision of Ford produced and marketed the Mercury Cyclone from 1964 through to 1971. It was rolled out as a performance orientated version of the Mercury Comet, and quickly became its own nameplate. The Cyclone was positioned between the Cougar pony card and the full-size Marquis/Marauder models. While the Cougar definitely casted a shadow on the Cyclone, it still proves to be popular with collectors today. Examples like this 1971 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler are great to add to your Mercury collection.

This is 1 of 353 produced in 1971, and this is one of 14 with the green and white combo. Powering the vintage Mercury is a 429 Cobra Jet ram air engine, which is backed by a C6 automatic transmission. It’s a numbers matching car that comes with the Marti report and window sticker.

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