1970 Mercury Cyclone GT

Mercury Cyclone GT . I am selling my 1970 Mercury Cyclone Gt project. This is a matching numbers drivetrain from front to rear, 351-4v, 4-SPEED, 9 inch rear with 3.25 gears (non-posi). The odometer is showing 17,000 which I believe to be 117000. The engine was not running when I bought the car but I got it running for a while until I had to rob the carburetor for another car. But I can get it running again from a seperate gas can. I would not run the car from the gas tank until the fuel system is cleaned. I have the factory correct carb even with the tag but it will need to be rebuilt before use. As of writing this I am about to put on a spare carb to get it running again which will be included. The 4 speed trans shifts like it should, even the reverse lockout is present and functional. Clutch works too. This car has factory disc brakes on the front with power assist but they will need attention. There is a new master cylinder and booster on the car now. The body: This car does have rust but nothing that can't be fixed. The battery tray area rusted away but patch panels are available and inexpensive. They are the same as the 71'-73' Mustang. The radiator support is surprisingly good with I think little pin holes towards the passenger side. The passenger front fender has rot on the bottom and the driver side fender has some bubbling in the same area. From what I can tell both doors look good, bottom lips are solid but I don't know what is under the paint. The passenger front floor pan fell victim to a leaky heater core which is now bypassed. That is what I assumed what happened. But that is the worst of it. There is another hole about the size of a baseball on the driver side seat riser. The cowl is good. The hood has rot but the lip is solid so I think it could be saved. The trunk lid is toast but I have a rust free one included. The passenger rear quarter wheel lip is solid but I suspect bondo behind the rear tire. The trunk pan has some very minor pin holes but nothing that has to be cut out. Now the driver side rear quarter is BY FAR the worst part of the car. Just look at the picture. I have a VERY GOOD factory driver rear quarter cut out from another car. It is not pictured because it is still crated up but IT IS INCLUDED. So be sure to make some space for it during transport. There is one very small rust spot on that quarter but I have a patch for that as well. You really couldn't ask for a better factory replacement panel than the one I have. If you know Cyclones, the trim is very hard to come by. I have the hood trim, trunk trim, front and rear eyebrow trim in restored condition, still boxed up which is included. The upper fender trim came with the car which is in pretty good shape. The rear hood trim and side trim is all missing. I think the cars looks better without it anyway in my opinion. I ran out of room for text, so ask me any other questions. Text is preferred. Price is mostly firm I am already taking a hit at this price. Have clean title.

Price $ 5,800

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Blasdell, New York USA
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