Mercury Sable Convertible concept looking for a new home
This Mercury Sable Convertible concept car was the only one made, yet it's on the market again after a little over a year. It's not that expensive, either...
The same one of a kind Mercury Sable Convertible Concept car listed for sale in 2017 is now up for sale again on Craigslist. The bizarrely unique, and one-of-one Mercury is also apparently worth more now than before as the new listing is seeking $2,000 more.
More Mercury madness
- Icon reveals new Tesla-powered Mercury lead-sled EV
- One-off 1980 Mercury Cosworth Capri joins collector auction
- Find your own unique Mercury for sale
Debuted at an auto show in 1989, this only-of-its-kind concept was born when Ford was tossing around the idea of making a convertible variant of the Sable, and only giving it two-doors. The production versions would all be offered as either four-door sedans or four-door station wagons, but must admit that a two-door convertible would have been a much more exciting option.
Even though it’s a concept, this car has a VIN number and can be registered to drive on public roads - many concept cars that have made it out into the world are illegal to drive on the road. The exceptionally clean convertible only has 9800 miles on the clock and the ad states that it needs a “little light touch up”, with no further explanation.
There’s little history about the current owner came to own the car, just that it’s been stored in Austin for many years. Based on the information in the ad, this would appear to be the same person who tried to sell the car last year, but ended up keeping it for some reason. Perhaps he felt he had it listed to low at the prior price of $15,900, because the price is now $17,995, or trade.
Classic Cars for Sale
Lowered price to €70.000 -> €67.500 The Mercury Montclair was produced from 1955 to 1957, for the M-E-L divisions of Ford Motor Company, between 1958 to 1960 and by the Lincoln-Mercury division of the Ford Motor Company from 1964 to 1968. Its appearance followed the concept show car in 1954 called the Mercury XM-800. The vehicle name was introduced in 1955 and applied to Mercury's premium auto
1965 JAGUAR E TYPE BODY SHELL FIXED HEAD COUPE (2 SEATER) NOW UK REGISTRATION, AND V5 CHASSIS NUMBER 1E32288 THIS BODY HAS A SMALL AMOUNT OF RUST IN THE CENTRE SECTION OF THE BOOT FLOOR (SEE PHOTO). THIS CAR LEFT THE FACTORY ON THE 24th DECEMBER 1965, THE COLOUR WAS OPELESCENT SILVER BLUE, AND DARK BLUE LEATHER. THE CAR STILL SHOWS ORIGINAL COLOURS ON THE ENGINE FRAME, DASH, DOORS AND THE BO
1953 JAGUAR XK120 SE COUPE CHASSIS NUMBER S68064 DELIVERED NEW TO A MR J H MILNER, OF OREGON USA, ON THE 22nd JANUARY 1953, IN BIRCH GREY / RED LEATHER, BEEN WITH CURRENT OWNER SINCE THE 70s. RESTORATION STARTED, NEW FLOORS,PAINTWORK, ALL NEW CHROME, WE HAVE A NEW RED LEATHER TRIM AND RUBBERS THAT, COMES WITH THE CAR, AND BOXES OF OTHER BITS. I THINK THE ONLY THING MISSING IS THE WINDSCREEN T
The paint, chrome, glass and finishes in excellent condition for its age . No smoke will be seen on startup, no unusual noises emanate from the engine. This vehicle drives as a new vehicle of its era would. This car has been very gently chauffeur driven since 2003 no expense spared for the maintenance of this vehicle receipts dating back to 2003 available A delightful, very correct, sound and