1955 Chevy belair hardtop all original mint floors and trunk. Car has rust in one headlight cap, both door bottoms, drivers out rocker and rear body cross brace. Bottom floor braces are nice. Car has full original interior. I also have available new @ciadellainteriors complete original teal/straw interior kit. Also possibly a Spec Roadster Shop Chassis. $13500 obo for car. Clear title can help with shipping. Dm for more info and pics. #belair#1955#hardtop#barnfind#fieldfind#perfectsleeper#forsale#patina
Вчера приезжал Игорь, помог оживить ская. Пару часов и скай на полном ходу, за что ему большое при большое спасибо. Приехал сделал все оперативно. На фото его машина. Не часто в наше время встретить можно практически в идельном состоянии таких старичков...
Mercury Comet Cyclone Hardtop Coupe (1964)
The de Havilland DH.88 Comet was a twin-engined British aircraft designed for the 1934 MacRobertson Air Race. Three examples took part in the race and one of them won it.
Also named 'Comet' was the Ford Motor Company's 'Intermediate' model under the Mercury marque. Though considered an intermediate, the Comet was in many ways, just a long wheelbase compact, based on the Falcon. The 1964 model update was enlarged from the first generation 1960-63 model, and replaced the unsuccessful Mercury Meteor (based on the Ford Fairlane) in the intermediate segment.
The performance model sub-series was known as 'Cylone', and was equipped with the V8 engine. A small number of 50 light-weight Cyclones fitted with the 427 race motor were built, and fielded in the A/FX category in Stock Car Racing.
The Comet model would remain on as Mercury's intermediate until the end of 1969. The name was reused for the Mercury twin of the compact Ford Maverick in 1971 through to 1977.
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MIATA UPDATE: I have some unfortunate news about the miata. I was removing the carpet in hopes of installing a new colored carpet when I discovered critical rust in the floorpan. I tapped on it with a rubber mallet and popped the drain plug with about 1 inch of metal out the car on the passenger side and put several large holes on in the drivers side (hence the license plates). There was standing water in the drivers pedalbox and the car had not seen rain since early November of last year. I feel so attached to my Miata because it was the first thing that I really ever did on my own. I told the whole world that I was going to do what I wanted and I was going to be who I wanted to be. That mentality, and this car, led me to my studies in engineering with WVU. I view the miata as one of the most significant learning points in my life.I feel that If I were ever to sell or scrap the car I would scrap a large part of myself and I would stifle the ambition that drives me to become great every day. Killing it would be killing a peice of myself, I feel. So, I have made the decision to put the car in a garage on one of my family property's for the next few years. How long? I dont know. When I'm ready. It's looking to be 5-6 years as of now. The car is in an incredibly well secured garage, in the middle of nowhere, with a boot on it. I removed all the carpeting, cleaned the car and the garage, and placed 6 DCON mouse traps in the car and garage. In short, it's mine and it's not going anywhere. I know this is disheartening to many of you who I know personally and who follow me for me car. I had no other choice and the timing was as good as ever since I have just moved into my appartment and it's time to take college and life a little bit more seriously. I'm still a die hard car guy, but it's difficult to express that with recent events and my current circumstances. I plan to keep posting interesting automotive content and pictures of the miata when I check up on it. Some of my other interests include PC gaming/building PC's, clothing and shoes, and *learning* how to cook.
TL:DR - I made a barn find miata for myself due to several external forces and issues with the car.