1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler Roush Built 427 Super Street Show Low Reserve

Price: US $18,600.00 Item location: Rochester, New York, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Mercury
  • Model: Other
  • SubModel: Spoiler 427
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 1,835
  • VIN: F0H16M541139
  • Color: Yellow
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: White
  • Options: Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1970 Mercury Other Spoiler 427

Great LakesClassic Cars

proudly presents

1970 Mercury Cyclone GT Roush 427-IR Spoiler

(phew! That was a long name description)

Well deserved of such long name.

Read further and get the ‘Reader’s Digest’ narrative of this Incredible Build.

-HIGHLIGHTS-

Professionally disassembled and nut-n-bolt restored and modernized by TWC Motorsports.Best of the best components used in making this Awesome Street Machine Showpiece.Five Year Long Professionally Performed Rotisserie Restoration by TWC Motorsports.Roush 427-IR ‘Weber Style’ 8-Stack Fuel Injected Producing Pavement Pounding 560HP / 540ft.lbs.Modified Super Performance C6 TransmissionGear Vendors Overdrive3.57 Ford Currie 9 Inch Rear EndArt Morrison Chassis with Coilovers4-Link Rear SuspensionMustang II Power Rack & Pinion SteeringWilwood ‘Big Brake’ 12 Inch Disc BrakesGriffin Radiator with Dual FansCustom 3 Inch Exhaust with ‘X’ PipeHouse of Color ‘Chrome Yellow’Semi-Gloss Black StripingFull Custom White Leather InteriorCustom Carbon Fiber ConsoleCarbon Fiber B&M Shifter with Lockouts and Nitrous Ready ‘Go’ ButtonUltra LED Lights { Interior & Exterior }LED Courtesy Interior LightsUltra Cool Custom ‘Sequential Turn Signals’Optima Battery22 Gallon Fuel CellCustom Magnum 500 Style Billet Wheels with Spinner CapsMichelin Pilot Tires, 35-50-ZR17 Front / 335-35-ZR17 RearAuto Meter Performance Gauge PackageAlpine 500 Watt Custom Sound SystemPower WindowsAir Conditioning by ‘Vintage Air’

There are cars, nd then,, HERE ARE CARS; Cars YOU DREAM OF or aspire to build or own some day. THIS IS THAT CAR!

Those of you whom know what it’s like to restore or build a car can appreciate what this car entails. The powerhouse Roush 427 alone cost just shy of 30k dollars wholesale priced to TWC. Just imagine the cost of all the parts, aterials, ustom sublets, nd labor that it took to build it.

I can tell you that unless you plan to spend almost 200 thousand dollars and lose your sanity in the process, hances are you will never have one… Unless you have the opportunity of acquiring the end product at someone else’s loss.

We did and we are passing the savings on to you!

There was no expense spared in building one of the most iconic and truly revered, lmost feared cars to roll off Detroit’s muscle making machine.

We’ve seen many resto-mod Mustangs, amaros, hevelles, any Mopars, ut never the Big-Boy Double-Line Eating Mercury Cyclone. I’m sure there are probably a few out there, ’ve just never been fortunate enough to see one before this awesome creation. Nor did our friends and circle of contacts.

At first glance of the Cyclone you will find yourself doing a double, ven triple take literally turning your head off your shoulders in amazement.

There’s plenty to see and admire.

We have many pictures posted of this Cyclone, ront/back, ides, op/bottom, nside/out, nd underneath. We want you to see exactly what we see.

This car has documented beginnings dating back from its first owner’s info still on the warranty sheet on Owner’s Manual.

We have the dealer sales brochure for Montego and Cyclones as well as the dealer provided fold out flier depicting the Cyclone GT and Cyclone Spoiler and its vital factory stats.

We have in three different 3-ring binders the complete 1) Build out photo portfolio showing in detail every aspect of tear down of original car and assembly of the Cyclone it is today. 2) The Sound System component and install configuration and associated documents. 3) The receipts and correspondence file documents providing necessary resource information on what is in this car and how to maintain it.

The Cyclone started its transformation from stock classic muscle GT to this Roush Powered Bad Ass 427 R Spoiler back in 2005 and was completed as the first decade of the new millennium came to a close. Obviously everything is only new once and since the Mercury has been admired and shown many times though only driven less than 2k miles, ike a new pair of bright white sneakers it does have a couple marks. The driver’s side roof by the drip rail has a ding with a split on the paint (minor and easy fix) and the bolster on the driver’s seat shows a bit of wear from getting in and out (similar to those familiar on all corvettes). Otherwise the Cyclone is literally like it was when unveiled after proud completion.

A good friend of mine used to tell (brag) stories about how his big block Cyclone back in 1970would eat up anything thrown at him;

Top end,,, e was king!

Now I see what he meant, ut I too can brag the fact that not only top end but on the 1/8 mile I can rule as well with this car.

Professionally built and serial numbered as a Roush Supercar on its own...

We have loads of documentation, eceipts, nd the entire picture portfolio on the build process.

Want a unique and special car? Look no further...

True to its namesake of “Cyclone”

This car will 'Spin your head off'.

If you have any questions about this or

any of ourother auctions

please feel free to contactus

via e-mail sales@glclassiccars.com

or you can callus at (800) 510-3797.

Thank you for your interest and

we look forward to hearing from you.