1946 Mercury Eight Deluxe Convertible
Here’s the history onthis vehicle as I know it. This car has been in my family for more than 50 years and was stored in the family garage since my father acquired it. The vehicle was left to me by my late father.
The car is supposedly one of 6,044 convertibles produced by Mercury for the 1946 model year. It looks to be almost entirely original as you can see by the photos. The only thing I believe is missing is the air cleaner, which I have not been able to locate.
The car at this moment is not running, although I did personally see it running and driving about 7 years ago. Mileage shown is approximately 87,715. I was told by my father that the miles are original, as I seldom seen him drive it other than for parades and special events.
The car’s paint looks to be original and is in good shape for a car 74 years old. The dash, heater, speedometer, clock, radio and dash trim are all present and complete.
The Bumpers are both straight and even include the rare bumper ends both front and back. The car body is solid and has virtually no surface rust. The car’s trim is complete and even comes with original Mercury hubcaps and all of its distinguished badges.
This car is primed to be a easy restoration/show project or it could be good original driver for those who prefer that sort of vehicle.
Location: Lake Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Price: $24,999 <- check here if it's still available
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Originally listed on April 8, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.