EXTREME PRICE REDUCTION
Offering my 1941 Mercury Convertible!
This amazing vehicle is an original Arizona car with an Arizona Title in the name of Leo Gephart which came from his Scottsdale Arizona Collection. I believe I am the second private owner of this car. Leo Gephart's Classic car was featured in the May, 2008 Hemming's Classic Car.
The JLR Classic Restoration team in Minneapolis were commissioned by the owner for a total rebuild and to keep the original classic lines of a 1941 Mercury Convertible, yet update the drive train with the finest modern components regardless of price. This is a very rare car, with ONLY 7 unmolested 41 Mercury Convertibles in existence today. A Nut and Bolt protocol was in place during all stages of the three-year restoration.
SUSPENSION AND BRAKES:
HEADLIGHTS AND TURN SIGNALS:
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CHASSIS AND BODY:
INTERIOR AND TOP:
Over-All Impression: If all the above parts were laid out and assembled by master technicians you would have a factory new 1941 Mercury Convertible with 2014-2016 power and drivability. These are the features of arguably the finest 1941 Mercury Convertible on the road today. No cost limits were placed on this restoration. The owner finds excuses to drive the car daily in season. It's a delightful and dependable ride. The car acquits itself well at, or often above, legal limits. Highway driving is as if the car is on tracks. It drives straight and smooth. Limited exposure to the car show circuit was limited because of owner's infirmities. We entered one major local show; Wayzata's 50's Fever, and won "Collector's Choice and Drivability Awards." This car was also selected as "Car of the Month" (August, 2016) by Vintage Auto Garage, San Ramon, California.
All the invoices from the restoration are available for inspection. The original invoices for the car and total restoration add up to >$165,000. Know this: the first person to test drive this car will buy it. As new---none finer. Price Reduction: $79,995 OBO. Come and drive it, check out the Arizona title and write the check.
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