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1970 Mercury Cyclone Boss 429 For Sale
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! To see over 100 pictures of this car visit http://vanguard.dealeraccelerate.net/vehicles/2383/1970-mercury-cyclone-bos s-429-spoiler-recreation-nascar 1970 Mercury Cyclone BOSS 429 Spoiler Recreation VIN: 0H15N528905 This was originally an Arizona car that was rotisserie restored to better than factory condition. If you’re looking for rare, look no further. Under the hood is a NASCAR BOSS 429ci V8 engine connected to a Toploader 4-speed manual transmission. What’s even more rare than that? How about an experimental NASCAR intake slapped onto that enormous motor. Underneath the car there are endless parts to drool over. A Ford 9” nodular rear end with almost 4.00 gears keeps the tires spinning at 50mph, new steering gear, new control arms, new ball joints, a huge sway bar and staggered rear shock configuration are just a few of the things you’ll notice. Take a seat inside and you’ll discover power steering, power brakes, Houndstooth interior, a center console, cyclone gauge cluster and much more. If you’re hooked, take a look at over 100 HD photos and our in-depth video for this ’69 Cyclone! Mechanics: 429ci NASCAR BOSS V8 Engine Toploader 4-Speed Manual Transmission Front Independent Suspension - *POWER STEERING* - New Ball Joints - New Upper Control Arms - New Lower Control Arms - Sway Bar - New Steering Gear Rear Leaf Spring Suspension - Staggered Shock Configuration Ford 9” Rear End - Ratio: 3.90:1 – 4:00:1 - Posi Trac - Nodular - 31 Spline Axles Brakes: - Front POWER Disc - Rear POWER Drum Exhaust - Custom 3” Dual Exhaust System w /Xlerator High Performance Mufflers - Long Tube Headers Key Components: - D-Port NASCAR Heads - *Experimental NASCAR Intake (#: SK-4246)* - Hunt Distributor - New Gas Tank Cosmetics: - Correct Autolite Hoses - Clean Wiring - Bottom Side of Hood Is Clean & Nicely Painted Body: Nut & Bolt Rotisserie Restoration! Orange Paint Finish Grille Looks Great Chrome On Bumper Is In Great Condition NOS NASCAR Chin Spoiler Is In Great Condition Chrome and Stainless Steel Trim Work Are In Great Shape Hood Fits Nicely w/ Fenders Hood Scoop Looks Great Doors Fit Nicely w/ Fenders Door Lips & Jambs Look Great Inside Trunk Is Awesome - Nicely Painted - Inner Wheel Housings Are Solid - Floor Mat - Full Spare - Bottom Side Of Deck Lid Is Clean & Straight - Prop Rod Undercarriage Looks Great - Factory Paint Markings - Original Drop Downs Look Great - Original Trunk Floors Are Solid - Frame Looks Great - Floorboards Are Solid and Primered Red Wheels: 15” Magnum 500 w/ Mercury Center Caps Tires: Goodyear Polyglas GT F60-15 Interior: Factory Appearing Black Interior - Door Panels Are Clean w/ Cyclone Badge Houndstooth Upholstery Bucket Seats w/ Seat Belts & Shoulder Belts Rear Seat w/ Seat Belts Floor Shifter Center Console Dashboard and Dashpad Are In Great Condition Gauges are Clean and Clear Steering Wheel Is In Great Shape Don’t Miss Out! Call Tom 7 Days a Week at 248-974-9513! tom@vanguardmotorsales.com

Muscle Car Of The Week Video #35: 1970 Mercury Cyclone GT 429 Super Cobra Jet Pilot Car
http://www.facebook.com/musclecaroftheweek http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com This 1970 Mercury Cyclone GT from the Brothers Collection packs all the cool go-fast parts you could get on this car - a 375 horsepower 429 V8, a 4-speed manual transmission, and 4.30:1 rear gears making it the Super Cobra Jet package. It's bright red, sounds mean, and runs hard. Even cooler is that this was a Mercury pilot car, which meant it was destined to be crushed after assembly. Find out the story in this week's Muscle Car Of The Week!

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1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler Edition laying some rubber

Ford Thunderbird - Bad Engine Drive Off
Franks 66er Thunderbird mit 521er Stroker. Wer mehr über den Wagen und den Motor (ca. 500 PS) erfahren möchte wendet sich an den Classic Speed Shop in Hannover: http://www.classicspeedshop.de/