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1964 Mercury Monterey Montclair 4-Door Breezeway Sedan Survivor 59K Miles

1964 Mercury Monterey Breezeway

Mercury Monterey 1964 technical specifications

Item location: Stillwater, Oklahoma, United States
Make: Mercury
Model: Monterey
SubModel: Breezeway
Type: 4-door Sedan
Trim: Montclair
Year: 1964
Mileage: 59,590
VIN: 4Z52H503108
Color: Palomino body, Polar White roof
Engine size: 390 2-Bbl 266 HP
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Power rear window (Breezeway, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Med. Palomino
Options: 25th Anniversary Spinner Wheel Covers, Factory door edge guards, AM radio
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1964 Mercury Montclair 4-door Breezeway Sedan 59. 5XX original miles 390 Cubic Inch V-8 2-Barrel Special 266 HP 3-Speed (Multi-Drive) Automatic Transmission 3. 00:1 Rear Axle Two-tone Paint: Body – Code G (1636 Palomino) Roof – Code M (1619 Polar White) Interior: Code 79 - Crush Vinyl (Crinkle) Bench Pleated Color - Med. Palomino Factory Options and Accessories: Safety Seat Belts. Front Deluxe Air Conditioner Deluxe Wheel Covers with Spinners AM Radio Power Steering Power Brakes Load Levelers Remote-Control Side View Mirror Windshield Washer Door Edge Guards 1970’s era Aftermarket Speed Control Replaced since purchase: Exhaust system incl. mufflers Exhaust manifold gaskets. L&R Valve cover gaskets. L&R Brake master cylinder rebuilt Interior dome light lens Bulbs and fuses Oil Change with Filter Transmission fluid. filter and gasket Engine coolant Brake fluid Battery Voltage regulator Summary: This car is an admirable and unmolested survivor that has spent its entire life in central Oklahoma. Extraordinary provenance that includes period maps and receipts for virtually every expense since the 70's. Overall condition is very good for an unrestored car of this age. Drives like a typical full-size 60's car. which means it goes well. stops eventually. corners like a grocery cart and rides like a comfortable sofa. Attracts attention at every stoplight. Overall a comfortable cruiser. Stored inside for the last 11 years. driven weekly to maintain mechanical condition Very nice original paint other than body repairs from previous owners (1970’s or 1980’s vintage) Original interior in very good condition other than 2 small tears on sides of front bench Original carpet in great barely faded condition Padded dash. perfect condition with no cracks Headliner original and perfect condition 25th Silver Anniversary Model with steering wheel hub insignia Complete with period-appropriate owner's spares and fluids in trunk (wooden box included) Factory service manual - poor condition but still usable Extensive and colorful provenance in the form of service records. registration. insurance. including hotel and gas receipts. packing to-do list. etc. from numerous trips from Oklahoma to Texas coastMechanically. it will appreciate a continuation of the TLC that we started. The AC works. but loses its charge pretty quickly. so it will need compressor seals and new hoses. Note: most of the components on this car are factory original. as we have almost 30 years worth of receipts for what little work was done to the car. The brakes work pretty well but a complete and thorough (not expensive - hardware is all available at common sources) going-through would be prudent. The engine starts and runs well. but has a slight hesitation on initial acceleration that is likely a misadjusted carburetor or a carburetor that needs rebuilding. Kits are with the car - there are 2 different carbs on this 390 bbl and I bought both kits which come with car. The engine has a very minor oil leak that could be the oil pan or rear seal. It is a small leak. Transmission and rear end operate as new. with no odd noises or vibration. The tires are all good. modern era radials but are of an age where replacement would be prudent before putting it back on the road much. The radio works. all lights work. the manual windows all roll up and down properly. the weatherstrips are all in pretty good shape except for the the trunk seal which is hard and cracked but still complete and in position. The power rear window. the real reason to own this car. operates perfectly. Undercarriage recently washed and inspected. All frame members and pans appear to be in perfect rust-free condition. The car has what appears to be a combination of factory asphalt-based sound deadening/undercoating that was supplemented sometime way back in the car's early life. I'd say. After power washing and inspecting. there is a very light and typical coating of surface rust on most of the steel undercarriage parts. Nothing that would or could be considered more than cosmetic and certainly not structural. You can see in the pictures that the fasteners all remain corrosion-free and the fuel tank is bright steel after having part of it's aftermarket undercoating power-washed off (oops). The car has spent its whole life in the arid. steel-preserving Oklahoma climate. and from the condition of the paint and interior. under a carport or in a dry garage. Overall. this is a great car car for someone who wants to show it at local shows or runs and likes to tinker without having to tackle major overhaul or restoration projects. It is much more than a presentable specimen. particularly for a documented survivor. The Palomino and Polar White two-tone paint is period-perfect. especially for the south central US region.

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