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1962 Mercury Meteor Custom Survivor - HPOF Winner

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This is a completely original 1962 Mercury Meteor custom two-door sedan. It has a 221 V8 with a 3-speed automatic transmission. This was Ford’s original small block. This car features original paint and interior. In fact, the interior had seat covers on it from new and the upholstery is damn near perfect. The original dealer’s sticker is still on the trunk lid. It was originally sold in Allentown PA. Engine compartment is all original paint with a lot of the original decals still intact. All numbers match. This car won It’s first historical preservation award (HPOF) at the AACA fall Hershey show in 2019. Starts, runs, drives great. 70,000 original miles. No rust. Original wheels with bias-ply tires are also included.  I’ve owned this car for almost 10 years and I’ve never seen another one like it. Ford Fairlanes everywhere - but you’ll be the only Meteor at the show. I hate to let it go but I just don’t use it that much anymore. Call email or text. I can send many more photos if requested. $18,000 obo 215-892-sixsixonezero00P0P_iodJwOblb4e_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.535012e9d64ba65c6d9fdc1eb5a3821a.jpg00A0A_isdBncrEyP3_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.45eb2b9e199661d61628165b38ccd6bb.jpg00c0c_802SIOMIY14_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.2c33728082b26e94e5c1bd6f62b77716.jpg00d0d_ewnxBao1o4D_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.7f78d9001e5d4b2e0e87db2c67d6015c.jpg00D0D_lbkTyIik8QM_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.1a6c8c004f906bbbe7312e24f7339b92.jpg00F0F_g9iT11RC9lS_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.93abfc8876edfbe0b30b9eb429768661.jpg00j0j_hA6OusERm0a_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.52a605a903f1a20a44b02f2698e07748.jpg00P0P_h1UAZsGs2bN_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.6a97631948f3691537f8fece1a3506ba.jpg00101_gcMJdbRt26j_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.50af45de6c588c8337bfa90f6e889385.jpg00101_kdbJAFL4Ld2_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.e853077d57d46323277e6c9b09f649eb.jpg00404_kKnq45IlkZg_0t20CI_1200x900.thumb.jpg.be11f128b92ed8bf4aa01277c1280d9c.jpg00z0z_lQg3rF9PQMp_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.4bdf66bf6f5762039766b26441039178.jpg01111_lDWXWJreYEQ_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.35343c6f6fc4517709e356c8253d5c0a.jpg00101_kdbJAFL4Ld2_0CI0t2_1200x900.thumb.jpg.e853077d57d46323277e6c9b09f649eb.jpg

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Benefits of AACA Membership.

There were a lot of these "Baby Meteors "on the road in Canada. Not many left now. 

 

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That’s what I hear from people often at car shows here in the U.S. as well, but like I’ve said, I’ve never seen an other one in person. I was born in the 70’s so by the time I was noticing cars there weren’t any 60’s cars left on the road. 

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What I always found exceeding rare were the station wagon versions of these "baby Meteors".  The Comet wagon outsold the Meteor wagon by a huge margin.

 

Craig

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I'm glad to see that Barney Fife is protecting it for you.... :)

 

 

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A '63 Mercury Meteor Colony Park station wagon drives the streets of Mayberry in an episode or two of The Andy Griffith Show. Ford supplied the cars, of course.  Seeing those episodes decades later reminded me of cars I'd forgotten about completely. 

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My first car. I bought it before I had my licence in around 1979 or so. It also had the plastic still on the seats and was gold in colour. A very nice car. I always thought it had a 260 v8. 
drove it for years until my Dads Girlfriend borrowed it and stuffed the thing under a tractor trailer. 🥺

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Do you know that Barney Fife sticker gets more compliments than the car I think.

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