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Great Condition, Beige In Color, Upgraded To 12 Volt on 2040-cars

Year:1950 Mileage:0
Location:

San Bruno, California, United States

San Bruno, California, United States

 

1950 Mercury – 4 Door Coupe

Vehicle Color:  Beige  with Blue/Grey Interior

This vehicle is in great shape.  When we brought it, it was completely stock, 6 volt system..We replaced it with a 12 volt system, replacing the Generator, starter, and alternator ( which we still have and will go with the car!)  We also replaced the front hood with a 116 louver’s hood and had it painted to match the car.  ( we also still have the original hood, and if wanted can go with the car.)   It has a Flat Head Motor – 8 cylinder – 3 speed with over drive.  Replaced the brakes has new wheel cylinders, exhaust system, new transmission and clutch, high torque starter, with new 12 volt alternator, new battery and replaced existing tires with new Coker Radial White Walls.  Also has the original Mercury Skirts and the front and back windshield wipers, and the back shocks are air adjustable.

If interested please contact:  Donald Bankson – e-mail dbankson43@sbcglobal.net


On Sep-01-14 at 12:00:25 PDT, seller added the following information:

 

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