1964 Mercury Comet Cyclone Factory 4 speed 289 4V Carb solid true cyclone clean

1964 Mercury Comet cyclone

Make: Mercury
Model: Comet
Type: Coupe
Trim: cyclone
Year: 1964
Mileage: 124204
VIN: 4H27K578256
Color: Black
Engine: 289
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Seattle, Washington, United States
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I have a true 1964 Mercury Cyclone factory 4 speed for sale thats in very good condition.This is a matching numbers car, a true cyclone not a clone from a caliante.It has the 289 V8 Engine modified for more horse power, powerful very fas, Rebuilt T10 Borg Warner Tranny,came with a factory 4 barrel carb set up,power steering.Original color was black onyx, still has the original black interior colo, this is a true black on black 1964 cyclone.
In 2006 full restoration was done to the car with new front disc brakes added,dual exhaus, dual mufflers .dual pipes,aluminum heads,(still have the original heads) New updated wiring harness,dash plastic rechromed, repainte, entire dash with new camera case finis, still has the original cyclone tachometerNew windshield,new front and back window rubber,trunk rubber,roof rail rubbe, door seals all rubber replaced.Upgraded styled wheels with newer tire, (still has the original cyclone hubcaps) Crites fiberglass cyclone hood.New paint and body with any and all rust removed in this total restoration, to much to list for what has been done to this cyclone.
The seat covers are still in great shape,the door panels don't have any speaker holes cut in them,the headliner is not torn up,the carpet is clean.The bumpers are still bright and shiny no dents or rust on them, all the emblems are there nothing is missing except the drivers rear wheel lip molding. Rockers are ther, all letters there, cyclone badges are there nothing inside missing excellent grill not beat up.There were no pets or smokers in the car so it smells fresh and new!
After spending thousands and thousands of dollars on this car while waiting a few years of professional garage restoratio, the car was bumped into at a store parking lot on the passenger front fender.(comes with an extra fender)
The car was then put in garage storage and used only as a museum piece but now needs a new owner.
If your looking for a true 1964 cyclone with a factory 4 speed that is an original black on black car then this is it.Car runs and drives turns heads wherever she goes'I'm selling this true 64 cyclone at a very reasonable price due to the fender hit issue that needs fixin, that is the time to repaint this car black Onyx or leave it purple.
This cyclone is an easy restoration,turn key operational shifts good strong engine ideal car for a person who knows paint and body work.Any question call 206 817 8387
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1964 Mercury Comet Cyclone2dr Hardtop Coupe 8-cyl. 289cid/210hp 4bbl
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MODEL OVERVIEW 0" ng-include="" src="'/apps/valuationtools/Content/partials/gallery.partial.html'">1964 Mercury Comet AFX Hardtop Coupe

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History of the 1964-1965 Mercury CometThe 1964 Mercury Comet saw a substantial redesign from the 1963 models, with softer curves were replacing the earlier aggressive squared lines. A two-tone paint job was available, accenting the arrow-shaped metalwork that stretched the entire length of the car. Swept wheel arches and a pillarless hardtop coupe design added to the look of speed and performance.

Much like the Ford Falcon, with which it shared a common compact unibody platform, the 1964 Comets were available as a two-door sedan, four-door sedan, four-door station wagon. A special two-door hardtop coupe or two-door convertible was available in the top "Caliente" trim level, and the performance "Cyclone" trim level was offered in the two-door hardtop coupe format.

Body styles remained the same for 1965, but in classic transition style, the body received another major revision. Where 1964 models came with horizontal dual headlamps, the 1965 version stacked the headlights, and further squared off the body. Trim levels included the base 202 level, upgraded 404 level, and the top of the line Caliente and Cyclone models. As is typical, the trim levels are not widely different from each othe, with the biggest difference between a 202 and 404 being the side trim molding on the fenders. The Caliente was billed as "every bit as hot as it looks, "? and it featured a padded dashboard and loop carpeting.

Engine options in this era started with a 170-cid inline six-cylinder engine at 101 hp for the 1964 model year, growing to 200 cid and 120 hp for 1965. Optional engines in 1964 included the 260-cid V-8 at 164 hp, replaced mid-year with the new 289-cid V-8 at 210 or 271 hp, depending on carburetion. A very few factory-built racing Comets were produced with Ford's 427-cid big block engine at 425 hp. The Cyclone received the 210-hp 289 V-8. For 1965, engine options included the 289-cid V-8 at 200, 225, or 271 hp, depending on carburetion.

Transmission options always started with a base three-speed column-shift manual, a Merc-o-Matic automatic, or a four-speed floor-mounted manual transmission as produced for the new Ford Mustang.

The 1964 and 1965 Mercury Comet models are classic transition era cars, but one that should be attractive to collectors and 1960s auto enthusiasts. They are handsome, and have great performance potential. Mercury Comet collectors will want to gravitate to the Caliente and Cyclone editions with V-8 engines - the more powerful the better. The Comet and Cyclone were on the leading edge of the muscle car era, and the more muscular the better. If you can find one of the 50 factory lightweight cars with the 427/425 engines, it would be a good idea to buy it.

Click here to read Hemmings Motor News' Buyers Guide for the 1965 Mercury Comet Cyclone.

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The 1964 Mercury Comet saw a substantial redesign from the 1963 models, with softer curves were replacing the earlier aggressive squared lines. A two-tone paint job was available, accenting the arrow-shaped metalwork that stretched the entire length of the car. Swept wheel arches and a pillarless hardtop coupe design added to the look of speed and performance.

Much like the Ford Falcon, with which it shared a common compact unibody platform, the 1964 Comets were available as a two-door sedan, four-door sedan, four-door station wagon. A special two-door hardtop coupe or two-door convertible was available in the top "Caliente" trim level, and the performance "Cyclone" trim level was offered in the two-door hardtop coupe format.

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  • 8-cyl. 289cid/210hp 4bbl
  • 8-cyl. 289cid/271hp 4bbl Hi-Perf
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  • #1 Concours$36,500Condition #1 vehicles are the best in the world. The visual image is of the best vehicle, in the right colors, driving onto the lawn at the finest concours. Perfectly clean, the vehicle has been groomed down to the tire treads. Painted and chromed surfaces are mirror-like. Dust and dirt are banned, and materials used are correct and superbly fitted. The one word description for #1 vehicles is "concours."
  • #2 Excellent$26,900
  • #3 Good$16,800
  • #4 Fair$12,500
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