1966 Mercury Cyclone GT - Blue (YatMing Leather Seat Series) 1/18
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The Comet model was all new for '66 and shared its chassis and body shell with the Ford Fairlane, making it a true intermediate car. Wheelbase grew to 116 inches, allowing room for big block engines. Styling was plain, though decent, and a convertible was added for the first time.
Both body styles had standard bucket seats and console. Available on both the two-door hardtop and the convertible was the new GT option, costing just $452. The GT option included the new 390 cid V8 engine rated at 335 bhp, which had a four-barrel carb, dual exhausts, engine dress-up kit, fiberglass hood with non-functional scoops, handling package, front disk brakes, and optional four-speed manual or automatic transmission (a three-speed manual was standard) and GT striping and badging. A Comet even paced the Indianapolis 500, though no factory replica editions were sold.
YatMing Road Signature Diecast Model No. 92627 - fearuring real leather seats.