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My 1966 Mercury Cyclone By Richard Paul Wilson Jr.

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The Mercury Cyclone was produced between 1964 and 1971, mostly as two-door coupes or two-door convertibles.

The 1966 model was based on the Ford Fairline, with slight design changes from early years, with a more sculptured body and a 390 CID engine and two barrel carburettor.

‘My 1966 Mercury Cyclone (S-Code 390). Just finished the paint job to match my Highschool Cyclone from the late 60’s.’



This was the car before I started (1-1/2 years ago). It was a Fred Flintstone car (no floor boards). It had been partially worked on after being found in a barn after approximately 20 years (old papers in the trunk).

By Richard Paul Wilson Jr.

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