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1966 Mercury Park Lane_Ford

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1966 Mercury Park Lane
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1966 Mercury Park Lane _The Mercury Park Lane was a fullsize automobile produced by the Mercury division of the Ford Motor Company from 1958 to 1960 and by the Lincoln-Mercury Division from 1964 to 1968. During this time, the Park Lane resembled the Monterey, but with a higher trim level.The Park Lane was introduced in 1958 and was applied to Mercury's premium automobile line. The Park Lane name had first been used for a 1956 Ford two door station wagon model that was supposed to compete with the Chevrolet Nomad. _The name was reinstated in 1964 as Mercury again attempted to retrench its models in the price gap between Ford and Lincoln. Most Park Lanes had a "Breezeway" window, a powered reverse slanted rear window that could be lowered into the body, first used on the Mercury Turnpike Cruiser and the 1958-60 Lincoln Continental. Park Lanes were available with the Marauder package (as were all full-size '64 Mercurys) which featured the "fastback" roof design in place of the Breezeway, and which were also used on the popular full-size Ford line.
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SKU 10000536
Length [mm] 130
Width [mm] 46.42
Height [mm] 32.5
Volume [cm³] 52.3
Area [cm²] 465.26