This professionally built 1950 Mercury custom coupe is powered by a
Roush Racing 302ci V8 crate engine with Holley Terminator fuel
injection. The engine is backed by a GM 200-R4 automatic
transmission with overdrive and a narrowed Ford 9-inch rear end
with 4.11 gear ratio. This Mercury sits on an Art Morrison chassis
with RideTech Shock Wave air-bag suspension. The suspension
features AME tubular independent front and an AME triangulated
4-link rear. It is equipped with Wilwood disc brakes (6-piston
front and 4-piston rear), Vintage Air, rack & pinion steering,
adjustable MSD electronic ignition and a custom radiator upper
Y-pipe. It's riding on one-off HRE three-piece wheels. The exterior
features a nosed hood and decked trunk, new stainless-steel
hardware and fasteners, hand-formed windows and sail panels,
functional wing windows and quarter-windows, filled and peaked
front and rear bumpers and a 3-inch chop. The trim, moldings and
door handles with automatic door kickers have all been shaved. The
light features include custom thread-on headlight bezels and custom
taillight bezels with HID headlights. The interior features Dakota
Digital gauges, Flaming River tilt steering column, MOMO steering
wheel and Sandalwood leather interior.
1950 Mercury Custom
Exterior Color:BLACK CHERRY
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