The Mercury Monterey is a series of full-size cars that were manufactured and marketed by the Mercury division of Ford from to Deriving its name from Monterey Bay , the Mercury Monterey served as the replacement for the Mercury Eight, the debut model line of the Mercury division. During its production, the Monterey would be offered in multiple body styles, ranging from coupes, sedans, hardtops, and station wagons. Over its 22 years of production, the Monterey served as the flagship, mid-range, and entry-level offering of the full-size Mercury product range. The only Mercury nameplate to be in continuous production throughout the s  , the Monterey was slotted above the Medalist, Custom, and Meteor; later, it was slotted below the Turnpike Cruiser, Montclair, Park Lane, and Marquis.
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Images are general in nature and may not reflect the specific vehicle selected. Ford completely redesigned its cars for , including the Mercury lineup, and the cars now sported a taller, square shape with larger greenhouse. Front and rear glass was now curved, keeping up with the modernization of design, and an entirely new grille and brightwork were employed. The Mercury L-head eight-cylinder engine still displaced cid, but now produced hp. For the first time in its two-year existence, the Monterey became its own model. The Mercury Monterey could now be ordered in more body styles, with a convertible and a sedan joining the popular hardtop coupe. In all 24, Monterey coupes were sold and 5, convertibles.
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Finished in white with a green roof over a two-tone interior, the car is equipped with power windows, power steering, power brakes, and a power front bench seat. This Sun Valley is now offered on behalf of the current owner with factory literature, repair manuals, a jack and spare tire, and a clean Washington title. The exterior was reportedly refinished in the early s in acrylic enamel white, and a green rear roof section, green wraparound roof trim, and a green-tinted Plexiglas panel above the front bench seat are retained. Standard equipment included chrome rocker-panel trim, rear wheel skirts, and Mercury script inset in the rear bumper. Corrosion is noted on the left-front body mount, as are dings on the stainless trim.
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