Stk. 1770 1964 Mercury Comet 202
If youre looking for a classic car that offers four doors, economy and good looks then look no further. This classy 1964 Mercury Comet 202 has it all. According to its V.I.N. tag and data plate, this lovely little Onyx Black sedan was originally built in Lorain, Ohio and was then delivered to the Atlanta, Georgia market, where it would spend a good portion of its life. For the last ten years it has lived here in North Carolina as well which would explain its rust-free undercarriage. Under its sculpted hood resides a pleasant surprise; a newer (T-code) 200 cubic inch, six-cylinder from a 1978 Mercury that was rebuilt and updated with an electronic ignition (in 2007) to ensure smooth and reliable performance. Add to that platform a three-speed C4 automatic transmission and stock rear axle that offers up plenty of cruising pleasure. Look in to the interior and youll discover two generously padded and ribbed, red vinyl bench seats (redone in 2006) complimented by very tasteful aluminum dash trim that adds a striking blend of color, texture and comfort. In keeping with that high contrast theme you cant help but take notice of the beautifully chromed bumpers that plays on the rest of the original aluminum exterior trim. This delightful sedan is more than ready to serve your needs and stimulate your sensible self all at a price that appeases your checkbook as well. Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for more information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"