1963 Mercury S33 Meteor Hartop Bucket seats original all stock rare barn find

Price: US $5,995.00 Item location: Seattle, Washington, United States
  • Make: Mercury
  • Model: Meteor S33
  • Type: hardtop
  • Trim: S33
  • Year: 1963
  • Mileage: 93,125
  • VIN: 3
  • Color: white
  • Engine size: 260 V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8 cyl
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Drive type: Automatic
  • Interior color: blue
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1963 Mercury Meteor S33

I have a 1963 Mercury Meteor S33 hardtop for sale with the original 260 V8 engine and two speed automatic. This is all stock unrestored engine runs nice very strong, automatic tranny work good.This car was from a estate sale that was kept in storage for years breaks need work. Car does run and drive but the power break booster and breaks are not working.
The bucket seats are still original with the original factory seat covers. console is origina, car came from the factory with air conditioning and power breaks.Everything is stock nothing has been changed down to the hubcaps. car was never in a car wreck, still has original fender, doors and bumpers. This is not a rust bucket or a bondo car since it is unrestored. what you see is what you get nothing is hidden.
The console is in good shape, the gauges all wor, all the emblems are there, this car is a great running project with minimal rust, only rust I found is on the curve of the front toe boards that you can fiberglass or replace.( I have the replacement parts included) and on the drivers door in the front corner on a easy to fix flat area. Other than that the floor boards are solid, underneath is solid, behind the seat is solid, underneath the rear seat is solid, frame rails solid as well as the trunk are only surface rust.
I have pictures of everything since I pulled the carpet out so everything is clear not hidden.The 1963 S33 is the same as the 1963 fairlane sports coupe, windows,glass,rubber good, gas tank, dash pad, door panels, seat cover, carpet and many other parts interchange making this an easy restoration
If your looking for a affordable and rare 1963 Mercury Meteor S33 this is it.Call me for more information 206 817 8387 or email me for more pics.This car is in a easy for a transporter to pick up right off the I5 freeway.thanks and good luck bidding
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History of the 1962-1963 Mercury MeteorFor 1962, Mercury repositioned its full-size Meteor, shifting the name to a mid-size sibling of the Ford Fairlane that utilized a 116.5-inch wheelbase. Advertisements for the new car touted its twin personalities: small size coupled with surprising roominess and luxury.

The Meteor was available as two- and four-door sedans, a two-door hardtop, and a four-door station wagon, and could be ordered with 170-cid and 223-cid six-cylinder engines, as well as a 145-hp 221-cid V-8, or a 260-cid V-8 with 164 hp. Both manual and automatic transmissions were possible, and a standard, a Custom, and an S-33 trim (only available on two-door models) widened the car’s range. The Custom added slightly more trim and comfort inside, while the S-33 added sportier features like bucket seats and a center console.

Mercury added a four-door station wagon and a hardtop coupe to the Meteor lineup for 1963, and also freshened the exterior slightly. The four-door station wagon could be decorated with DI-NOC faux wood siding, and a four-speed was added to the options list, though few were ordered. Engine choices remained largely the same. Sales of 100,000 over the two-year run didn’t meet company expectations, however, and the model was cancelled for 1963.

The 1962 and 1963 Mercury Meteor wasn’t particularly powerful or fast, but it was certainly stylish. It also offered a greater degree of comfort than similar Fords. All the same, relatively few were built which can make locating a solid example difficult, and locating replacement parts even more troublesome.

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For 1962, Mercury repositioned its full-size Meteor, shifting the name to a mid-size sibling of the Ford Fairlane that utilized a 116.5-inch wheelbase. Advertisements for the new car touted its twin personalities: small size coupled with surprising roominess and luxury.

The Meteor was available as two- and four-door sedans, a two-door hardtop, and a four-door station wagon, and could be ordered with 170-cid and 223-cid six-cylinder engines, as well as a 145-hp 221-cid V-8, or a 260-cid V-8 with 164 hp. Both manual and automatic transmissions were possible, and a standard, a Custom, and an S-33 trim (only available on two-door models) widened the car’s range. The Custom added slightly more trim and comfort inside, while the S-33 added sportier features like bucket seats and a center console.

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  • Body Styles
  • 2dr Hardtop Coupe
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  • Engine Types
  • 6-cyl. 170cid/101hp 1bbl
  • 6-cyl. 170cid/na 1bbl Export
  • 6-cyl. 200cid/116hp 1bbl
  • 8-cyl. 221cid/145hp 2bbl
  • 8-cyl. 221cid/na 2bbl Export
  • 8-cyl. 260cid/164hp 2bbl
  • 8-cyl. 260cid/na 2bbl Export
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