Throughout Mercury’s 73 years of automobile history they have produced some of the most iconic and memorable cars in American muscle car history. One of those cars is the Mercury Cyclone. The third generation Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II was made with the intention for Mercury to compete in NASCAR. With that heritage in mind, we present our subject vehicle an enthusiast owned 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler 429 from Georgia which has undergone a complete nut and bolt off-frame restoration from 2015 to 2019, and with just 237 miles on the build. To ease any woes or second thoughts with regards to the car a Marti report is also available for the discerning buyer. If you are looking for large slice of American muscle, with power to match the looks, this car will fit your bill.
Repainted in its original and very 60’s/70’s Competition Yellow paintwork, this 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler 429 cruises on a set of OEM Mercury vintage wheels which are wrapped in BFGoodrich radial T/A tires. This car comes with all relevant badges and logos on the body and interior and was built on 8th September 1969 as a 1970 model. It’s is reported to be one of only seven cars that came with factory air conditioning and AM radio, making it a highly sought after for collectors and enthusiasts alike. The Black Houndstooth interior looks in great shape and features a center-mounted, driver-facing tachometer as part of the comprehensive instrumentation. Four adults can be accommodated in this car, as it has a full rear seat too.
Packing the same 429ci (7L) engine as the 1969 Ford Boss Mustang, this Cobra Jet motor produces 370hp and is paired to a three-speed C6 Merc-O-Matic automatic transmission. Paired to the 3.00 Traction-Lok rear axle, it helps the car achieve a zero to sixty sprint of under six seconds, and a top speed of 168mph. Apart from the automatic transmission, this 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler 429 is also equipped with power brakes which are disc at the front, as well as power steering.
-Car Location: Georgia
-Reported to be 1 of 7 cars w/ A/C and AM radio
-This Car was ordered w/: C-6 Merc-O-Matic transmission, Traction-lok Diff, G78 x 14 Belted tires, white side wall tires, Console, Power front disc brakes, Power steering, Air conditioner, AM Radio, Tinted Glass - Complete
-Car was built on September 8, 1969 (three days behind schedule)
-3.00 Traction-lok Rear Axle
-237 miles on build
-Complete frame off nut and bolt restoration
-Build started in 2015 and completed in 2019
-Marti Report Available
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