702 N 1st St.
This born and raised California car has spent its entire life out in there until a few weeks ago! It still supports it's original black plates with it's registrations and a folder full of receipts of work done on the car over the years. This 1964 Mercury Park lane Marauder 2dr fastback is one of only 2721 park-lanes produced in 1964 and this one was born in a Bittersweet color. This sleek fastback is rock solid and still supports some of it's original paint! It also still supports it's original black bucket seat interior with power locks and windows. It comes equipped with power steering power brakes dual exhaust black vinyl roof original clock radio and is riding on a nice set of American Racing Torque thrust rims. The moment I saw this rare and unique fastback I new I had to have it. I could not walk by it with out taking a second look. I absolutely love this original Bittersweet color and how it comes across as a peach color with a black vinyl top.The Headliner will need replaced the stitching is coming loose it also will need some work on the power windows. Call us today to schedule your test drive.""Because life's too short to drive boring cars!""
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