1963 Mercury Monterey Custom.

August 12, 2011

6 comments



6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dude, How you guys find all these cars in just Portland and the rest of Oregon, is CRAZY.

That Merc has a power rear facing window, the actual back glass slides down into the car.

kenosha62 said...

My folks had one of these and I had to wash it every weekend in 1963. That funny electric rear window was called a "Breezeway Option" Ours Had the 390ci 4bbl a real monster. I still love the look of this car!

Justin said...

Man...gotta love that roofline, with the flat rear window. Totally awesome.

tony said...

coolest generation of the monterey, fantastic fantastic. I remember when ben posted that other one way back in the blog's earliest days, probably shot with an iphone3, and the commenter referred to the roll-down rear window, but I was for some reason not convinced.

much better pics this time, much better comments.

what an excellent sedan.

clifton.ra said...

1963 Mercury Breezeway Monterey

Model Weight Price
Production
4-door Sedan 3,944 $2,887 18,177
2-door Sedan
3,854 $2,834 4,640
Hardtop Coupe
3,869 $2,930 3,879
Hardtop Sedan­ 3,959 $2,995 1,692
Total Monterey Breezeway: 28,388

1963 Mercury Breezeway Monterey Custom

Model Weight Price
Production
4-door Sedan
3,956 $3,075 39,542
Hardtop Coupe
3,881 $3,083 10,693
Hardtop Sedan 3,971 $3,148 8,604
S-55 Hardtop Coupe 3,894 $3,650 3,863
S-55 ­Hardtop Sedan 3,984 $3,715 1,203
Total 1963 Mercury Breezeway: 92,293

A hardtop coupe. About 20% of the production used this body.

Emran Ahammad said...

Really, the 1963 Mercury Monterey Custom car was amazing model which is very exciting and it make car love on the huge car lover.
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