Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is excited to offer for sale this
1940 Mercury Custom Streetrod. This Custom streetrod has an all
chrome Chevy 350 with Vintage air conditioning, power steering,
power brake, automatic transmission, shaved doors and they all pop
open with keyless remote or pop switches under the door, power
windows, custom billet steering wheel, and brake and gas pedals,
real leather interior with power 4-way seats with lumbar support,
custom headliner, interior lights, remote motorized rear license
plate, battery kill switch in the trunk, the battery is located in
the rear behind custom leather panels, also comes with paint
matched Coca Cola trailer with matching lights, this is a
rotisserie build with all glass removed before professionally
painted. All new seals and chrome pieces. Car runs and drives like
a dream. Equipped with Bluetooth radio with upgraded speakers
inside the glovebox, glove box cover has led clock, all the gauges
are blue Dakota digital gauges. Always garaged. Custom wheels.
Fully loaded. Highway miles. Nice A/C. Looks & runs great. Low
mileage on the build, modern tires. Upgraded sound system. Very
clean interior. Well maintained.It can be seen in greater detail
including 100+ HD pictures and HD video at Gatewayclassiccars .com
or call DFW at 817-310-9400 or email [email protected] .com
1940 Mercury Sedan
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