Cyclone

Road Runner Alternative? 1969 Mercury Cyclone CJ 428

When it comes to muscle cars, the Chevies, Pontiacs and Mopars seem to dominate the scene. But don’t forget that Mercury was in the mix, too, in the 1960s and theirs was called the Cyclone. If you wanted all-out… more»

One of 341! 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler SCJ 4-Speed

This is quite a find, it’s a genuine 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler, not a Cyclone GT, but a performance car that came equipped with some pretty serious hardware. Unfortunately, time has gotten the better of it, but there is… more»

Original Paint: 1968 Mercury Cyclone

When it comes to mid-sized Fords, the Fairlane and Torino were the mainstays but Ford’s corporate cousin, Mercury, had a hand in the action too with their Comet Cyclone. Both the Cyclone and Cyclone GT make appearances here on… more»

429 Cobra Jet: 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler

There are times when ambition and reality collide in an unfortunate way. That is the case with the 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler. It was a car that received a rapturous reception from the motoring press at the time, but… more»

Muscle Car Survivor: 1969 Mercury Cyclone 428 CJ

When fitted with the 428 Cobra Jet V8, the 1969 Mercury Cyclone was just begging to be driven hard. Many owners did just that, and their classics suffered accordingly. Finding a nicely restored example today is becoming difficult. However,… more»

1969 Mercury Cyclone Ram Air 428

You  may notice that the nose is sitting a little high on this 1969 Mercury Cyclone since a prior owner removed the numbers matching Ram Air 428 engine back in the 1980’s. This Cyclone is a rare one. One… more»

One Year Only: 1969 Mercury Cyclone 428 CJ

This 1969 Mercury Cyclone is a pretty special car. Not only is it 1-of-80 to wear this distinctive paint and trim combination, but the engine bay houses the original 428ci V8 that was a hallmark of the CJ, or… more»

Rusty Project: 1964 Mercury Comet Cyclone

The Comet had been Mercury’s compact car since 1960 and – prior to 1964 – the S-22 was the performance-minded edition. When ‘64 rolled around, the S-22 was out, and the Cyclone was in for the next eight model… more»

Dan Gurney Special! 1969 Mercury Cyclone

As of late, we have covered quite a few Ford Fairlanes/Torinos from the late ’60s and early ’70s.  Not found often anymore is Mercury’s counterpart, the Montego and its performance variant, the Cyclone. Fortunately, one has turned up in… more»

Perfect Storm: 1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone GT

This 1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone GT Convertible it’s up for grabs and in the listing the seller describes both its strength and weakness as being its originality. It’s currently in Fresno, California, but you can make this beautiful convertible… more»

1-of-341: 1970 Cyclone Spoiler 429 SCJ Drag Pack!

Some cars are renowned for their subtlety, but this Cyclone Spoiler 429 Super Cobra Jet has all of the subtlety of a sledgehammer. This car was designed for one purpose, and that was to cover the standing ¼ mile… more»

For Sporting Gentlmen: 1970 Mercury Cyclone GT

The Mercury Cyclone GT has been described as the car for the sporting gentleman who placed an emphasis on style and comfort. That is not to say that the car didn’t have sporting pretensions, as the car had a… more»

V8/4-Speed: 1965 Mercury Comet Cyclone

This 1965 Mercury has been sitting for an extended period, the owner thinks that it could be as long as 20 years, but now it needs someone to buy it and undertake a full restoration. It’s going to be… more»

Extremely Honest: 1970 Mercury Cyclone GT

This 1970 Mercury Cyclone GT is a nice looking car, but the seller does go to some length to ensure that any prospective buyers are aware that the car is not perfect. This is something that will inspire a… more»

Dusty Muscle: A Barn Full of Iconic Treasures!

We’ve all had the same dream. No, not that one, the one about coming across an old barn or storage building and looking in the dirty, dusty, broken window on the wooden door, after crawling through a pile of… more»