You are looking at a Canadian 1949 Mercury M47 Pickup. The History of the M47 is unique, at that time the US was recovering from the war, and did not make the Ford Mercury in the US. Only in Canada.
This is 1/2 ton Pickup is an older professional restoration, paying attention to every detail. Riding on 16" White Wall Tires, with a totally rebuilt FLATHEAD motor, .30 thou over, that purrs at 70 mph, 3 speed on the floor, and high speed rear axle. Safety Glass, running boards, all new upholstery, and new Dark Blue paint. All new oak boards, chains, interior all new, and chrome has been all redone, stainless and polished, Mercury hubcaps are polished and restored. Original options with this truck: 1949 Mercury 8 tube radio that still operates with a nice sound. Back bumper, heater, signal lights, outside mirror. Runs on a 6 volt system, starts every time.
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