1951 Mercury – South American rust free car (titled as a 1949 but body is a 1951) This was always a bit of a mystery. Clean PA Title. Will accept trades Style 9M72 Body NO 15816 9CM*-*65058* Body: · Body has Solid Steel all around · New chrome tail light housings and lenses – all original · Re-chromed bumpers, horn ring & tail light surrounds by Frankford Plating · Lights are frenched in. · Door and trunk handles are shaved with actuated door poppers installed. Controlled from a key fob. Interior: · Original Radio converted to solid state AM/FM/CD, 12 volt, etc. (Not installed) · Was heater delete – All original heater system installed · Ron Francis Wiring fuse block with new custom harness · Original Cluster reworked by Auto Instruments (and Speedo converted from kilometers to miles) · Seats and door panels all look great with gray and white vinyl door panels Mechanical: · J&M Enterprises (Jamco) Deluxe ride kit: · 4” reduction in OEM ride height · Generation II Front Sway Bar · Deluxe Rear Leaf Kit with 4” reduction in OEM ride height · Dual Chamber Master Cylinder w/booster kit · King Pin to Ball Joint Conversion · Disc Brake conversion on Front brakes · New center link & idler arm kit · New custom wheels from Stockton wheel to accommodate new disk brakes · 2 -15x7 OEM 50N4.5 @4.25” & 2 15x7 OEM 50N5.5 @4.25” · New 12 Volt wiper systems · Correct repro serial number tag & data plate from AE · Dual exhaust out the sides in front of the rear wheel (sounds great) · Original flathead engine and transmission – runs great · Many, many correct replacement parts – not reproduction · Manuals and pictures of the California restoration included Bottom line: This is a very nice car that still needs a few final tweaks as there are items that are not perfect or need completed. It is the perfect car for the guy that wants to finish completing and customizing the car their way while being able to drive it on the road. I’m selling the car because I would like to take a Merc and resto mod the entire drive train. This car is way too together and functional to rip the body off and drop it on a new chassis with a new fuel injected crate engine. There are still items to complete on the car including: · Install rebuilt radio · Connect all gauges in dash · Install windshield wipers
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