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Mercury Monterey

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The Mercury Monterey is a full-size car introduced by the Mercury division of the Motor Company in 1950. It later share the same style with the slightly upscale Marquis, and the Park and Montclair until the latter two extinguished after the 1968 year. The Marquis-Monterey body built on a longer wheelbase and had a body than the Ford Ford Galaxie, and Ford

During its production the car served as the mid-range, and entry-level fullsize at various times throughout its It was the only Mercury to be in continuous throughout the 1960s. The Monterey was after 1974.

First generation

Production

Body style(s) 4-door

2-door coupe

4-door wagon

2-door convertible

255 cu in (4.2 L) Flathead V8

256 cu in (4.2 L) V8

The Monterey was introduced in 1950 as a two-door hardtop in the same as the Ford Crestliner. The Mercury got a styling refresh for 1952, and a convertible and four-door sedan to the lineup. A station wagon for 1953, the same year a became Ford’s forty-millionth car 1954 saw the introduction of the new 186 hp (139 kW) valve Y-block V8, as well as the Monterey Sun Valley, which was to the Ford Crestline Skyliner.

For the car lost its status as Mercury’s top replaced by the Montclair. The same it gained the 292 cu in (4.8 L) Y-block the Thunderbird, producing 188 hp (140 kW) the standard transmission or 198 with the brought another new engine, the 235 hp kW) 312.

Second generation

Production

Body style(s) 4-door

2-door coupe

2-door

Engine(s) 312 cu in (5.1 L) Y-block V8

383 cu in L) MEL V8

Transmission(s) 3-speed automatic

The Mercury was redesigned for 1957 and considerably larger as well, on an exclusive 122 in wheelbase. A new frame allowed a lower floor made the car look lower and The station wagons were from the Monterey series, the Commuter, Voyager, and Colony lines.

The 312 Y-block gained 20 to go with the added weight, and the 290 hp kW) 368 cu in (6 L) Lincoln Y-block V8 became an

1958 brought quad as well as an all-new engine: the 383 cu in L) MEL V8. With the new engine came the three-speed automatic transmission.

the discontinuation of the low-price Medalist and a towards fuel economy, the Monterey returned to the 312, 210 hp (160 kW).

Third

Production 1961–1964

Body 4-door sedan

2-door

2-door convertible

Engine(s) 292 cu in L) Y-block V8

352 cu in (5.8 L) FE V8

390 cu in (6.4 L) FE V8

406 cu in L) FE V8

223 cu in (3.7 L) I6

Wheelbase 120 in (3,050 mm)

full-size offerings were revamped for 1961. The Montclair and Lane were discontinued and the was added at the bottom of the range, Monterey once again the top of lineup. The 292 cu in (4.8 L) Y-block was with 352 cu in (5.8 L) and 390 cu in (6.4 L) of the FE V8 available.The Meteor nameplate was to a new intermediate line for 1962, so the 6 with a 135 hp (101 kW) 223 cu in (3.7 L) Maker straight-six was added to the gap, but only for this

1963 brought the Breezeway, a vertical rear window, as as a 406 cu in (6.7 L) FE engine. The six-cylinder, and 292 and 352 V8s dropped and the 390 V8 became the standard with 250 horsepower and two-barrel with a 300-horsepower four-barrel optional. At mid-year, the fastback was introduced.

Monterey became the full-size Mercury again for with the return of the Montclair and Lane. The 406 was replaced by the 427 cu in (7 L) version, 410 hp (310 kW) standard with an for 425 hp (317 kW).

Fourth generation

Production

Body style(s) 4-door

Mercury Monterey

2-door coupe

2-door

Engine(s) 390 cu in (6.4 L) FE V8

410 cu in (6.7 L) FE V8

427 cu in (7 L) FE V8

428 cu in (7 L) FE V8

3-speed Cruise-O-Matic automatic

C6 automatic

Wheelbase 123 in (3,120 mm)

The Mercurys were redesigned for with a new torque-box frame and a slab-sided look. The Breezeway was now only available on pillared with all hardtops being

The Mercury-exclusive 410 cu in (6.7 L) and the 428 cu in (7 L) FE engines added for 1966.

1967 a refresh, and the vertical Breezeway disappeared although they still be had with a drop-down window. The 410 was dropped for 1968.

Production 1969–1972

Body 4-door sedan

2-door

2-door convertible

4-door wagon

Engine(s) 390 cu in (6.4 L) FE V8

1973–1974

Body style(s) sedan

2-door coupe

convertible

4-door station

Engine(s) 400 cu in (6.6 L) Cleveland V8

3-speed C6 automatic

Engine for 1973-74 included the 351 Windsor standard on base Montereys and the 400 two-barrel standard on Monterey and optional on base models. The 429 V8 was after 1973 and Lincoln’s 460 V8 the top option on all models for 1974.

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