Ultra Motorsports is very pleased to offer this custom Merc. This 1946 Mercury coupe has been finished tastefully. An older restoration that still shows very nicely, this vehicle will still win trophies at the local car show. The body is ALL METAL. There were no fiberglass pats used in this build. The exterior paint is finished nicely and shows no obvious blemishes or areas requiring repair. The leather interior of this vehicle is new in the last two years and shows very well. A small block 350 high compression engine powers this cruiser. This is paired with a Turbo 350 Automatic Transmission. This vehicle runs and drives very nicely. Upgraded suspension, new Detroit Steel Wheels, and new tires give the perfect stance. All instruments and gauges are working as they should. Overall, this hot rod has classic style and runs and drives well. Please contact our office (260)969-5666 or Rich (260)704-0234 for additional photos, video, or information.
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