|How do you take on the project of restoring a 3,100 car of this magnitude from the 1950's? This was a frame off restoration.
EXCEPTIONAL EXAMPLE OF A VERY RARE CLASSIC
OVER $130,000 HAS BEEN INVESTED IN THIS RARE CLASSIC AUTOMOBILE
All rebuilt mechanicals, engine and transmission run smooth and quiet, suspension, mounts, brakes, tires all run true and steady. At 80 mph there are no vibrations.
Dual [correct & real] tear drop spot lights, dual rearview mirrors, dual rear window defrosters, 18-8 stainless dual exhaust system, road lamps and 6 seat belts with 50â€™s style aircraft buckles.
Power steering [rack & pinion], power brakes [front disc], power windows, power seats, power antenna, power Multi-Luber automatic lubricating system [disconnected], Vintage air conditioning and heating system.
Accessory steering wheel, day-night rear view mirror, traffic signal viewer reflector, Town & Country signal seeking radio, rear speaker, windshield washer.
Mercury [NOS] accessory spinner hub caps  and a full set of restored standard Montclair full hub caps, 3 sets of valve covers â€“ an original painted set, a chrome plated set and a brushed aluminum T-Bird set,
6 New Good Year
wide white wall radial P225/75/R15 tires includes the regular spare and the spare inside the continental kit, 12 volt electrical system, new am/fm/cd with remote, door locking, alarm, satellite tracking & anti-theft system.
This is absolutely "one of the best looking examples of the 1950's ever built".
This will be a good hedge against the inflation of the US dollar thatâ€™s headed our way.
We have many manuals and service bulletins. Some cover 54-55, some only 55 and others 55-56. Also, many magazines with 55 SV articles, a full set of 1955 Motor Trend Magazines in a 3 ring binder, all the 1955 service bulletins, service training manuals, all 1955 issues of the Lincoln-Mercury Times, plus more..
There were 2 versions of the â€œMontclair Sport Coupeâ€ built.. 71,588 solid steel top unites were produced, and 1.787 glass top Sun Valley unites were produced. They also produced 10,668 convertibles. A total of 330,000 Mercury cars built for the 1955 model year. This included all 3 series, the Custom, the Monterey Montclair.