Nostalgia Classic Cars is proud to offer you an iconic piece of American engineering, a Mercury Tiffany coupe 1988, with automatic transmission and only 15,887 miles on the odometer.
Zimmer Motorcars Corporation was established in 1978 as a manufacturer of neo-classic automobiles.
The idea for this automobile was initially drawn on a napkin at a private dinner between Paul Zimmer, Chairman and President of Zimmer Corporation and Bob Zimmer, Paul Zimmer's son, employee and shareholder of the company.
Paul Zimmer drew what was to become the Golden Spirit on a napkin, handed it to Bob Zimmer and told him that not only were we going to build a neo-classic automobile, but that the younger Zimmer would be responsible for all functions of the operation and ongoing supervision of Zimmer Motorcars Corporation. Bob Zimmer eventually became the company's President.
The Zimmer Golden Spirit was the flagship of the Zimmer Motorcars Corporation with more than 1,500 produced during its production run from 1978 to 1988. The original Golden Spirit was built using a Mercury Cougar chassis and drivetrain. With the discontinuation of the rear-wheel-drive Cougar, the Golden Spirit transitioned to utilizing the Ford Mustang in 1979.
The second Zimmer Motorcars Corporation offering was the mid-engined Pontiac Fiero - based Quicksilver which was built between 1984 and 1988.