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For Sale: 1967 Mercury Parklane Brougham - $9,800 - Milford, Ma. - Not Mine


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For Sale: 1967 Mercury Parklane Brougham - $9,800 - Milford, Ma.


Outstanding 1967 Mercury Parklane Brougham four door hardtop. This car has been loved and pampered for 53 years. Unrestored and super original. 410 4 barrel big block V8 with 330 hp. C6 automatic. Six way power seat, wood steering wheel and correct wire wheel hubcaps. Never any rust. Beautiful Turquoise mostly original paint. Gorgeous nylon cloth interior, it is as new. Perfect original vinyl roof. Runs and drives 100%. Nice chrome. Miles are 105,000. You simply will not find a better one! 

Contact:    Call Jeff (508)-4-nine-8-5-7-8-nine

Copy and paste in your email:  4505d613c9f43283b9119f37ece034ec@sale.craigslist.org


I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1967 Mercury Parklane Brougham.  Note:  The 'breezeway' was a sedan with a conventional roof-line on which the recessed rear backlight retracted only two inches.  

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It's a nice car but I'm not paying 10 large for any 1967 Mercury 4 door car.  I'm looking at Cadillacs and Buicks from the 70s, mostly early 70s, with 40,000 to 50,000 less miles for $5400 to $8000.  


It seems some sellers are swinging for the fences on pricing which forces a serious potential buyer to pass or offer what appears to be a lowball offer.  



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This is a model, once routine but now seldom seen,

that only exists because someone took good care of

one or more examples.  Today, though unappreciated,

it's probably much rarer than the "desirable" models

that everyone keeps and restores.


I hope it goes to a good long-term collector who 

will keep it as nice as it is.


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