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milkbone wrote:

I love these cars! Many of them even have aluminum bumpers and Swiss Cheese'd inner panel bracing. Not only that but you can buy off-the-shelf headers for SBC/BBC/LS installs! When the right one surfaces, this will be my 1st Blue Oval product . . .


 Well, the right one surfaced! Factory Black, white bucket seat interior, no A/C, vent windows, non-tinted glass, 4-cylinder, etc. It's also the Mercury Zephyr version that I really wanted and has the cool front fender louvers. 2,572 lbs of future bad-assery!image.jpg



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Here's another body style not often seen.

Saw one 30 years ago,  didn't know they existed, pretty cool though.100_3576.jpg



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Mark,

Did you buy this Black Zephyr

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General Morters wrote:

Here's another body style not often seen.

Saw one 30 years ago,  didn't know they existed, pretty cool though.100_3576.jpg


 This IS pretty cool.



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milkbone wrote:
milkbone wrote:

I love these cars! Many of them even have aluminum bumpers and Swiss Cheese'd inner panel bracing. Not only that but you can buy off-the-shelf headers for SBC/BBC/LS installs! When the right one surfaces, this will be my 1st Blue Oval product . . .


 Well, the right one surfaced! Factory Black, white bucket seat interior, no A/C, vent windows, non-tinted glass, 4-cylinder, etc. It's also the Mercury Zephyr version that I really wanted and has the cool front fender louvers. 2,572 lbs of future bad-assery!image.jpg

Omg !!!!  I always liked the Faimont/Zephers  I was not aware of the ones with the vent Windows and extreme light weight. That black one is awesome!!what a score congrats!!

 



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Yep Dan, it's here at the house now. Lots of potential here since it shares the same Fox-body platform as the Mustang! The title shows 2,572 lbs and it's got a very large engine compartment  that will hold anything!



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Mark,

Congrats.....the ultimate "Sleeper"
I can't wait to see it
What are you plans with it?
What power train? Old School Ford, '80's 5.0, GM LS? Lots of options.
THE COLOR COMBO.....is sweet.
You will piss off a lot of guys when you spank them light to light. FUN!!!!!!

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Oh man. I CAN'T WAIT to see a build thread on this one. Congrats on a great score!

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Not sure what the plans are right now for the Zephyr image.jpg but I do have this that needs a home. Need to get the '62 back together first!



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Ha.....why am I not surprised.

I agree, the '62 needs to be completed first

The Zephyr will be a fantastic build.

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The '62 should be back together here pretty shortly. Just need to order the new rear housing, axles, and put a new gas tank in it. I've really missed slappin' that Muncie around!

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Cool

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The Zephyr slightly resembles from the side..... a small version of a 1977 Caprice Classic, minus the vent window

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Just search "cream dream" and you will get motivated to build this!11742834_10153340063420751_360029044683343218_n



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m.youtube.com/watch

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Car has been raced here in Mission in 2012. Ran a 7.82@183mph. Personal best was 7.54@191 mph in Vegas.

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Mark congrats, please put an angry ford in it and annoy some of those chevy die hards. lol

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Ryan 1969 Chevelle SS 396 wrote:

My brother in law used to have one manual brakes manual steering low mile survivor we used to call it The Fair Mount!

Ryan


 Lmao I call them Squaremont's



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for the purists....i ts a Merc a Zephir !!!

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Bisqik wrote:

Mark congrats, please put an angry ford in it and annoy some of those chevy die hards. lol


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