Classic Antique 1977 Mercury Monarch GhiaV-8 2-Dr Coupe Original NO RESERVE

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:Mercury
Model:Other
Year:1977
Type:Sedan
Fuel Type:GAS
Mileage:49,177
Engine:5.0L 302Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Trim:Ghia Sedan 2-Door
Number of Cylinders:8
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Okay I just re-listed this great car. It had over 800 Page Views, and 55 Watchersno BIDS ! Can someone out there tell me why. This car is worth double the starting price and it has NO RESERVE !! Please, any comments will be appreciatedThank You New Battery, Cellinoid, and Fuel Sending Unit Replaced this Week
I have a Great 1977 Mercury Monarch 'Ghia" Opera Coupe that I bought for my son's 16th birthday, and basically is just too much car for him. Therefore I must sell it to buy him one that is more 'recent'. Trust me if there was a way to keep it I would. This car had less than 50,000 original miles and when you see it you will believe it, even though I have not been able to verify it except with the previous owner. This car is in excellent original condition, The bumpers for instance look like the car just came off the Showroom floor.no 'pits', no rust. As a matter of fact there is no rust anywhere ! The body is straight as an arrow. The paint is blemished in places and a few nicks here and there. It could probably use a good polishing. The interior is almost perfect except there is a bit of sun damage to the dash.no cracks or broken pieces. Now the best partthis car runs great. It is equipped with basically Mustang running gear,,'302; V-8, auto trans, factory a/c(cold), factory dual exhaust, Power Steering, Mustang Chrome wheels, tight front end and it really goes !!its ready for you to pick up and drive anywhere !and yes it was purchased on the west(Arizona I think, by an older grand ma for her grand son ???? I am partially disabled, a Veteran, and a single dad .FYI
Regardless of your opinion of the neoclassic automotive styling so prevalent in the seventies, you’ll probably agree there were a few platforms that wore this throw- back styling with panache. I believe this car carries that panache, and may represent the peak of the neoclassic movement (Monte Carlo and Grand Prix fans will certainly disagree, but so be it). Between the tall grill and single headlights designed to recall cars of the classic era, and sharp body line creases harking back to custom coach work, this Mercury includes all the elements of the neoclassic look.

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