So this Mercury is elegant, sporty, coordinated, premium, imposing, and absolutely appealing – all in the first glance. While we like the way this one looks with the roof in place, with the flip of a switch, it powers down to reveal an even more impressive interior. After all, there’s just something special about a factory red-on-red convertible.
How often have you seen a Mercury Park Lane convertible? We know the answer is likely never because there were less than 2,600 of these produced in 1966..
This kind of care means the motor fires eagerly. The same V8 big block would make a few legendary Mustangs, so it can still move this big convertible around with authority. But you don’t want this for a muscle car.