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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-19-04, 09:03 PM Thread Starter
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My 1967 Mercury Montclair

Hope you like, I just got it last week, if u want to know more, feel free to ask

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Ya I know she is a nice little land yacht, but she has a nice little 390 under the hood, with a 4bbl carb and flowmasters soon to come. This is a nice little rare find, and speaking of which i got the car for $100 U.S., u got to say thats a pretty good deal, eh. she also has a C6 merc - 0 - matic 3 speed automatic. oh ya, and i just got it running 2 days ago after a new starter was put in, besides that the car hadn't been started for 3 years, and the interior is all original. lemme know what you guys think
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Thats good fun getting a car for $100!
How do i see it though?

I bought a Kingswood for $100 as well, did heaps of km, was on gas, so cost $3 for 100km at the time when gas just cost 14c or so a litre (1997). My brother then crashed the car, then we sold it for $200! how goods that!

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Hehe nice, thats a good deal lol, also another nice thing about this merc is that it only has 25000 original miles on the engine
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Very nice. Gotta love the 60s yank tanks :)

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Thats good fun getting a car for $100!
How do i see it though?

I bought a Kingswood for $100 as well, did heaps of km, was on gas, so cost $3 for 100km at the time when gas just cost 14c or so a litre (1997). My brother then crashed the car, then we sold it for $200! how goods that!
Remembering this is in the US. But hey, US$100 is good too

The interior looks mint. Wanna ship it over to Oz?!


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haha, nah, she's gonna stay in my driveway until i can put her into the garage. But i still have some quirks to work out, like i need to flush the brake lines, and need to replace the seals on the tranny, but what do you expect, it was sitting for 3 years. i was soo surprised when i finally saw the car, how nice of shape the interior was.
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Great you've saved it from the big garage in the sky, that must be a rare car these days. V. nice get for $100. Is it a Merc'ed version of a Galaxie?
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Ya, this is basically a merc'd version of a galaxie 500, mercury's term is Breezeway sedan, but all in all nicely rounded
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Never seen one before, but i'm curious - how close to the 67 mustang is it in day to day parts?

'67 Mustang V8 4sp... what fun to drive!
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