1950 Mercury Convertible for sale! Motorcar Classics is pleased to
offer this stunning Mercury convertible presented in dark green
with tan and dark green interior. This 1950 Mercury Convertible has
been lovingly refurbished by the late owner. The car was built to
cruise the classic car circuit and has taken out multiple awards
over the years, most notability winning the Merc of the year in
2011 at the annual James Dean Run. The car comes with documents of
the complete history and details of the refurbishments completed
over the years. Specs include Ful House Flathead V8, , bored (3
5/16 (3.312), stroked 4 1/4 (4.250) for cubic inch displacement of
294 CID, 78cc chamber volume into Edelbrock cylinder heads (PN
1116) for compression ratio 8.26 to 1, Isky 88 Full Race Cam, 3
5/16 Ross pistons, 4.250 Eagle Crankshaft, Scat con-rods, Sanderson
tubular headers (PN FH1) with Stainless Specialties custom 2.250
tubing, mufflers and exhaust tips. Power Gen Alternator, Power
Master XS Torque starter and an MSD electric distributor (PN 8573).
The cooling system is a Griffin Radiator with high flow water pumps
and 160 degrees Robert Shaw balanced sleeve thermostats. TRI-power
Edelbrock 3 x 2 intake manifold (PN 1109) with a Genuine Stromberg
97 Carburetor with a BIG97 (250cfm) for the center carburetor and
the other two carbs are regular 97s (150cfm). A Delta PAG Cooling
Fan System with Dual Fans with TEMP/SPEED Controller. Your
inspection is invited!
1950 Mercury Convertible
Location:Farmingdale, New York
Exterior Color:Dark Green
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