1964 Mercury MontereyReview
The Merc — 390 c.i.327 hp, mercomatic transmission awc mags with cooper cobra tires goes over 135mph bout for 25 bucks at a local farm auction and pulled out of pasture after sitting for 15 years and restored it in my grandpas garage
Primary Use: Commuting to work
Pros: it hauls
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