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1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II Dan Gurney Special

Highest Bid:
$49,800

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1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II Dan Gurney Special

Highest Bid: $49,800 (USD) by: Buckaru

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Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

9H15M563947

Location:

Fort Worth, Texas

Odometer:

95,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

4056758

Engine:

351ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This 1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II is one of 54 Dan Gurney Specials known to exist and is powered by a 351ci V8 paired with a 3-speed FMX automatic transmission. The car was purchased five years ago by the seller and underwent a concourse level frame-off restoration, completed in 2019. It is finished in its Blue and White livery and is equipped with power steering, color-keyed racing mirrors and air conditioning. This Cyclone Spoiler II is now offered with a Marti Report and a clean Montana title.

The body is refinished in it’s original two-tone livery of Wimbledon White and Presidential Blue and features a blacked-out grille, rear deck spoiler, and vinyl hockey-stick body side graphics. Cyclone Spoiler II graphics are located on the rear quarter panels and "Dan Gurney Special" decals are located on the lower rear fenders.

Slotted 14″ x 6” steel wheels are painted Argent silver with polished center caps and wear BF Goodrich Radial T/A white letter tires. Power-assisted brakes with discs up front and drums in the back were standard equipment.

The light blue vinyl upholstery was redone on both the front and the rear bench seating during the refurbishment, along with the door panels and carpeting. Factory equipment included power steering, deluxe seatbelts. A period-correct Ford air conditioning unit has been installed.

A blue steering wheel with wood accents fronts a dashboard housing five gauge pods including a 120-mph speedometer. The five-digit odometer shows just over 95,000 miles, with true mileage unknown. 

The 351ci V8 was rated at 290 horsepower when new with power sent to the rear wheels through an FMX Merc-O-Matic three-speed automatic transmission with a 3.25 rear axle. 

Additional photos of the undercarriage can be seen in the gallery.

This Cyclone Spoiler II was delivered when new to a dealer in Buford, Georgia. Subsequent ownership was in Montana and Texas. A framed Deluxe Marti Report, an extra set of bias-ply show tires and wheels, and 2 framed display boards are included in the sale.

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Comments & Questions

March 07, 2021
04:46 PM
Seller

@Mike01 – Does this car have the 250 or 290 HP 351? ...

The 351 engines in the Cyclone Spoiler II cars is a 290hp

March 07, 2021
02:58 PM
Bidder

Does this car have the 250 or 290 HP 351?

March 02, 2021
07:39 PM
Bidder

Can you send me a note as to your location so I may pre arrange an inspection ?

March 02, 2021
04:12 PM
Seller

@Mike01 – Is this an original numbers matching car? Are the VINS in their original locations? Clean and clear title? ...

This Spoiler II is registered in the Talladaga Spoiler Registry. It had a concourse restoration.

March 02, 2021
04:10 PM
Seller

@Mike01 – Would it be possible for me to have this car inspected by a third party at your location? ...

Yes, a 3rd party inspection is welcome. I personally Always have cars inspected by a 3rd party inspection company before ever buying a car.

March 02, 2021
04:06 PM
Seller

@Mike01 – Is this an original numbers matching car? Are the VINS in their original locations? Clean and clear title? ...

Yes this is an original numbers matching car with all the original stamped vin’s on the engine, transmission and on the frame. The Spoiler II has clean clear Montana title in my name.

March 02, 2021
04:01 PM
Seller

Yes the A/C system works well even for Texas heat. It is the original engine and it was completely rebuilt during the restoration, approximately 4 yrs ago. The restoration was completed approximately 3 yrs ago. Thanks for your interest

March 02, 2021
03:30 PM
Bidder

Would it be possible for me to have this car inspected by a third party at your location?

March 02, 2021
02:44 PM
Bidder

Is this an original numbers matching car? Are the VINS in their original locations? Clean and clear title?

March 02, 2021
11:45 AM
Bidder

I would appreciate knowing whether or not the A/C system is charged and functioning. Also information as to the engine: Is it the original engine, ever rebuilt and if yes, then when and any other engine details. Thank you

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