1951 Mercury 'Eight'. It's a four door sedan with 'suicide' read
doors. 30,200 miles. It comes with Air Conditioning; power
steering; power brakes; automatic transmission; new Alpine Stereo
and speakers (with Bluetooth). The powertrain is a Edelbrock crate
350 engine with and automatic 350 turbo transmission. Edelbrock 4
barrel carburetor with a brand new electric fuel pump. Starts right
up all the time. The engine has an extra coolant/water reservoir to
keep her cool on hot days, and a Mooneyes recovery tank. It also
has a manual or automatic electric radiator fan. The tires have
about 90% tread left. It has 1948 Lincoln push button door openers.
There's an electric cut off switch in the trunk. Leather upholstery
and the headliner is in excellent condition..leather kick panels
and leather rear table. Carpeting is great. The fuel gauge needs to
be fixed. It works 50% of the time. I use the adjustable odometer
gage to determine fuel consumption. All other gauges work
perfectly. Real clean undercarriage. She drives and shifts very
well. She's a real head turner!!. I'm selling the 'Merk' because
I've had her for 6 years, and it's just to time to move on to other
hobbies. The tags are current (to May 2022). I'm insured with
Haggerty (the best insurance agency for these classics, in my
opinion). Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our
clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom
with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First
and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1951 Mercury Eight
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