Now for sale in our Indianapolis showroom is this very pretty and classic 1947 Mercury Coupe. Known as a Mercury Eight, this coupe was customized in 2001. The Bumpers were re-chromed in June of 2017. The metallic blue exterior is in good condition, the exterior chrome trim, bumpers, grill and glass are in excellent shape. Powering this beauty down the road is a Chevy 350 CID V8 that is paired to a Chevy Turbo 350 three speed automatic transmission which both are very healthy and strong. It features a Chevy Nova rear end that contains a low gear ratio making the car very street-able with good gas mileage. The interior has been finished in blue really matches the exterior. With an AM/FM radio with a cassette and Vintage AC filling the dash you have all you need to cruise all day and night. The car is rust free and in very good driving condition. Options on this beauty include; AC, AM/FM radio with cassette player, power steering, tilt steering wheel and more. This 1947 Mercury Coupe can be seen including 100+ HD pictures and video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call 317-688-1100 or email Indianapolis@gatewayclassiccars.com.
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